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What is IB? How is it different from other high school curriculums? Learn how it can help you gain an edge in college admissions


The International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum is designed for students in their final two years of high school (grades 11 and 12), or those between the ages of 16 and 19. The curriculum seeks to give kids a challenging, all-around education that gets them ready for college and life after. The curriculum focuses on fostering critical thinking, multicultural understanding, and a feeling of global responsibility. More than 150 nations offer the curriculum, and colleges all over the world accept it.

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How is IB Programme different from other programmes?

1. Interdisciplinary Approach: The curriculum adopts an interdisciplinary approach, bridging disciplines and promoting students' critical thinking and cross-disciplinary linkages.
2. Global Perspective: To prepare students for a world that is changing quickly, the curriculum places a strong emphasis on fostering international understanding and a feeling of global responsibility. Exams, projects, extended essays, theory of knowledge, and other assignments are all part of the program's thorough and rigorous assessment process.
3. Real-World Applications: By focusing on the practical applications of the topics covered, the program helps students get ready for college and life after graduation. The curriculum is always changing and getting better thanks to the most recent academic findings and cutting-edge teaching techniques.

Moreover, students who attend IB schools are not required to appear for IELTS OR TOEFL. The IB program is accepted by universities all over the world, making it simpler for students to get accepted to prestigious institutions and pursue their professional goals.

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