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  1. wtf man can't you read when I posted the post lol... I already graduated from university. I didn't do business because it's considered a 'soft' mickey mouse option and was not recommended by admission tutors I contacted. I changed Math SL to HL and the double science was fine - got into top UK and US unis (e.g. LSE, Oxford, NYU).
  2. Hi all, I just have a really quick question that has been confusing me for years now! Let's say I have an interest in studying law and want to attend a university to obtain a degree in law. If I attend a university in the UK and obtain a bachelors there, I would assume that I would be on the right track to practice law in the UK and other commonwealth countries. However, it seems that studying law in the US would somehow make it impossible to practice law in nations beyond the UK, namely the commonwealth countries (?) from what i've heard from some people. Basically, what I would like to know
  3. My school counselor (who also studied there!) told me about this college and it seemed really amazing!
  4. Hey all! I'm really starting to consider UCL as a potential university to apply to and was wondering if math studies would be enough to get into their Information Management system. They don't specify it on their requirement page but I hope to get more detailed answers and insights! Thank you!
  5. Hi all! I've been doing the IB for a few months now and everything seems to be going fine, however, I do seem to be struggling quite a bit in.. my SL math course. Quite a lot actually.. Would it be an astute decision to drop it to studies for the sake of receiving a better grade? p.s career-wise, I am interested in a career in something along the lines of marketing or dentistry in the US. Thank you all in advance!
  6. Hey guys, i'm in a bit of a dilemma here. Should I take IB music or should I continue taking my IB History? History is simply an interest, a subject that i've taken to please my parents coupled with a bit of self-interest but music is my passion. I'm just wondering whether universities (specfu will look down upon music as an "easy" (What rubbish!) subject as opposed to history... Could somebody offer their opinions on this little problem? Thank you in advance!
  7. I never took french but what I can say is that the difficulty of your courses will also be heavily factored in by the teacher you have. My history teacher is semi-mad for instance, we have a quiz every class thats graded and involves 15-22+ pages of daily reading! If you really love both of those subjects, why don't you just take them both up for the time being and then decide later?
  8. Hi all, i'm a prospective student currently eyeing on the Uni of Melbourne. I'm interested in their geology course but their requirements simply state that all we need (aside from a certain score) is one subject in math (sl/hl), english and a natural science. My natural science at the moment is biology, and while I have checked and confirmed that it is accepted, doesn't geology focus much more on the chemistry and physics of the planet than biology? Won't this pose some sort of problem for me if I were to be accepted?
  9. I am currently pursuing my IB diploma and am interested in studying in Australia. However I am confused about the application. On various websites of the universities, it states that the application should be sent in by december whilst the first term starts in february... am I supposed to apply before or after my IB exams which are in 2015 may or do I wait for 2016? Thanks to everyone in advance!
  10. Hey guys, I've been meaning to apply to universities in the United States all my life, but have recently decided to apply to universities in the UK in the future after a certain series of events. One thing I have noticed about the universities in the UK is that the all state a certain A-level/ IB Score that must be obtained in order to receive an offer. Let's say that required IB score is X, and if I receive X, will that confirm (to a 100%) a position for me in university Y? Thank you in advance!
  11. Lotsa sleep and gonna attend a summer program at Cambridge for Medicine and Bio
  12. Sleeping and waking up at 3-4am seems to work wonders for me in situations like that!
  13. Yes thank you for your answer Emy! But my main question was whether we are allowed (or are suggested) to take up AP exams while simultaneously doing the IB Diploma.
  14. The Viennese Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Beethoven, Mahler, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Mozart, Berlioz, Haydn, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Bernstein, Godowsky, Busoni, Sibelius, Mendelssohn, Myself, Vivaldi, Schubert, Schumann...
  15. It's just that my school has blocks of 8, 6 which are already used for my IB courses and a 7th that is used to fulfill my CAS requirements and TOK, which leaves my 8th block completely free so I was thinking of taking APUSH for that block for the first year and APCS on the next (maybe). Aren't the SATs/ACTs a completely different, much more compulsory examination?
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