Is a 6 A good IB score?
Anything above 30+ is above average. If you cross 40+ it will be excellent and impressive for top tier colleges. Some colleges give you course credit if you score 6–7 in subjects at high level and help you to fast track your course completion or help you to take advanced level subjects in the colleges.
Which is harder Igcse or IB?
The IB is tough, very tough, but NOT too tough. To conclude; IB is much harder than IGCSE (since one is for Grades 9 & 10 while the other is for Grades 11 & 12). If you want to compare IB with a British curriculum, A levels would be more appropriate.
Do universities prefer A levels or IB?
The International Baccalaureate diploma programme is better at encouraging a “global outlook” in students, while A levels give students more “in-depth” expertise, according to the findings of the University Admissions Officers Report 2017.
Is GCSE harder than IB?
A Level and IB are both clearly a lot harder than GCSEs – aim high by all means but do realise what it all means! It is not harder – it is different. You can see what you need to get to achieve a Level 7 in terms of percentages.
Which is harder IB or A levels?
The IB is considerably harder than A-levels. In the IB, students must study six subjects plus extras whereas with A-levels students study three subjects. With so much workload, it is no surprise that many students taking the IB end up with relatively low grades (24-30 points).