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Hello. I am an international student and I want to do Biomedical engineering as my premed. Right now I am in full IB (international baccalaureate) and I do Chem HL, Biology HL and Math HL. Do I need to take Physics Hl? We aren’t allowed to do 3 sciences. I did Physics in IGCSE and I got an A*. Would it be wise to switch to Physics HL because I feel I would need knowledge in Biology for my mCat.
Hi, I'm currently in the Pre-IB, and I'm pretty sure I will choose both biology and chemistry on higher level next year. The thing is, I am very good at remembering things and have always had quite an easy time doing schoolwork - but how hard are these subjects on HL? I've heard that the HL biology is very much about memorizing stuff, while I really haven't heard anything about HL chemistry except for it being the hardest HL together with HL mathematics. The following are the subject combinations I'm going to decide between Irregular: English A1 SL Swedish A2 HL
Hello Everyone, I have started the IB diploma program this September, and so far am coping pretty alright with my subjects that I have choosen. My goal for the future really is to pursue Medicine in the United states/Canada. I am taking the following subjects: -Biology HL -Chemistry HL -Geography HL English (Lang/Lit) SL Maths SL (Phew) French SL Now I understand that these subjects are suitable for the premed program, as instructed by my school counselor, however I am very confused as to how medical works in the United States. If somebody who is interested in science or medicine in particular
Hi! I'm starting the IB in a week and have been thinking about what subjects I should take. What I've come up with is this: HL Biology Psychology (Chemistry/ Spanish B/ Business and Management/ Economics) SL Math (studies) English lit〈 (Chemistry/ Spanish B/ Business and Management/ Economics) I've always been interested in psychology, so that's what I've wanted to study at university for a long time. At the same time, I don't know if I actually want to pursue a career in psychology. I know I can do a lot of different things with a Ph.D in psych, but I'm also quit