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How does a student earn an IB diploma?

To earn an IB diploma, you have to enroll at an IB-approved school and take courses from the six subjects. You need to successfully comply with the requirements, pass the exams, and complete three additional core requirements.

During assessment period, a student can get a maximum score of 7 points for each of the six main subjects; thus, the total highest score for all six subjects is 42 points.

Depending on the TOK and EE grades, a maximum 3 bonus points can be added, which brings the total maximum IB score to 45 points.


Is the IB Diploma Programme enough to meet the national requirements for the completion of a secondary or high school degree?

The IB Diploma Programme is currently being offered in almost 150 countries around the world, making it an internationally-recognized national qualification for university entry.


How successful are IBDP students in applying to their university of choice?

Students with an IB diploma have the privilege of being accepted to their university of choice. There are even academic institutions that completely waive general education requirements for students who have completed the full IB diploma.

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