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I am in semester 2, year 1 of IB, what is a good daily study plan for someone aiming to get a 45/a good IB grade? Is it okay to focus on one subject per day or to divide them within each day? Can I know anyone's IB schedule?
IB Subject Choices for Business Majors
sisiamara posted a topic in General IB DiscussionHello, what subject choices would be more acceptable for a business major in a competitive/elite university in the US(Ivy's) or the UK My current subjects: HL: English Literature, Business Management, Biology SL: Math Standard, Language Acquisition B Indonesian, Economics Should I change it to: HL: English Literature, Business Management, Math SL: Environmental Societies and Systems (ESS), Language Acquisition B Indonesian, Economics *my school doesn't offer economics HL, and math HL isn't really mandatory for business, but biology HL isn't either, and both
IB Subject Choices for Business Majors in Competitive Schools
sisiamara posted a topic in Pre-IB/MYPHi, so my subject choices are currently HL: Bio, Business Management, English Lit SL: Lang B, Economics, Math *my school doesn't offer economics hl For a competitive university in the US or UK, would it be okay if I take HL: Lang B, Business, English Lit SL: Biology or ESS?, Economics, Math or should I keep my current subject choices? I don't know if I should keep Biology HL since I'm not sure if I really need it - and I wouldn't know what to replace it with. - Does the Ivy League look more on subject choices or the total IB score/predicted??
Math HL after SL
blairwaldorf posted a topic in MathematicsHi! Having completed Math SL and scored a 7 on the exams, would math HL be an okay transition in terms of difficulty/understanding concepts?
Applying to US Universities
marinaoliveira posted a topic in USA & CanadaI am from Brazil, therefore, I do not know much about the US universities as the Americans do, but I am very interested in studying there. Since 2014, I have been researching about a few universities and how do the American system work when someone applies to college, because in Brazil it is all completely different. Here, the academic transcript is not important at all for us to enter in a Brazilian university. We have the "vestibular", which is a test from 2 to 4 phases and each course has a number of candidates per chair. In a determined university, medicine, for example, has space for 30 n