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Studying in a local school is a waste of time. Teachers don't have an expertise in English and they teach you a broken English. Also, they are austere—like a Victorian school in 1910s—so I decided to bunk off school and take a comprehensive English course plus study A-level and IGCSE instead.
International curriculum is the best. It teaches you to be a critical thinker. That means there is no indoctrination. Also, there are many subjects that might interest you such as computer science, philosophy, KS3 decoding words, literature or subjects that aren't taught in most local authoritarian schools. If you study for it, the chances are you going to pass the exam and go to a better university, graduate and pursue a good career. As a result, you will be proud of what you have achieved.
It is maybe hard for you to study for it. However, practise makes perfect. Stop sticking to the conspiracy that only born-geniuses can do it nor you have to study in an international schools in order to ace the exams.

That is a real reason why I often bunk off school. Sometimes doing something that you really hate doesn't mean that you are going to do it by your heat. You will generally do it halfheartedly.

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mosjaTeachers don't have an expertise in English

You can delete the word an, or replace it with any.

mosjaAlso, they are austere—like a Victorian school in 1910s

That was after the Victorian era. It would be better to delete the red part.

mosjaplus study A-level and IGCSE instead.

study for A-level and IGCSE instead.

mosjaInternational curriculum

The international curriculum

mosjathe chances are you going to pass

the chances are that you are going to pass

mosjanor you have to study in an international schools

or you have to study in an international school

mosjaThat is a real reason

the

mosjayou are going to do it by your heat.

What exactly does this mean?

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What exactly does this mean?

Sorry that's a typo. It's "heart".

mosjaSorry that's a typo. It's "heart".

In that case it would be better to write by heart.