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AP, IB, and AICE Programs: A Brief Comparison (Part 2)

Last Updated by Judi Robinovitz on February 2, 2015

 

In our second installment about accelerated or advanced programs for high school students, we’ll consider the International Baccalaureate, of IB.

IB: International Baccalaureate

The IB program, too, has become an established fixture in many schools across the US. Students can receive an IB diploma, and even add AP courses and exams to the IB curriculum. The IB Diploma framework requires the study of two languages and diverse cultures; it includes required courses within each of six subject groups:

Topics: AP Exams, Test-Prep, ib

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Topics: AP Exams, Test-Prep, ib

AP, IB, and AICE Programs: A Brief Comparison

Last Updated by Judi Robinovitz on February 2, 2015

 

In the next four postings, we’d like to provide you with insights into the three principal accelerated or advanced programs of study offered to high school students in the US. After we consider each of three programs, we’ll wrap up with a brief comparison.

This first in the series describes the College Board’s familiar Advanced Placement.

Topics: AP Exams, Test-Prep, Tutoring, College Planning, ib

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Topics: AP Exams, Test-Prep, Tutoring, College Planning, ib

College Board News about a Change in AP Exam Score Reporting!

Last Updated by Judi Robinovitz on April 11, 2013

Like many service organizations seeking to speed communications while reducing expenses, the College Board is streamlining their communication to students.
The upcoming May 2013 AP exam scores will be reported online in July, and will not be sent in the mail.

Topics: AP Exams, News

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