The following two articles give some interesting perspective on the debate that was conducted in the UK itself as to whether the IB should replace the A-levels.
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IB Past Papers: Exam papers & markschemes for sale from the IBO IB Programme on Wikibooks and Wikipedia Wiki International Baccalaureate This will be the main page for study guides, education resources and revision notes created for the International Baccalaureate ( IB ) Programme on Wikibooks and Wikipedia.
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Published tri-annually, this magazine is aimed squarely at those with no philosophical background - great for students.
The Philosophers Magazine is a British journal devoted to interesting issues within philosophy.
Accounting / Business / Economics English Literature Geography Psychology Mathematics IB General IB News Articles IB Websites for Students Extended Essay Resources Theory of Knowledge – TOK IB Exams and mark schemes General IB websites Commercial Websites Non-IB related links With the increasing trend in Hong Kong for International Schools and ESF (English Schools Foundation) schools to switch from country specific syllabuses to the IB many in Hong Kong have been left asking questions about what exactly the IB is and what it offers. One can also subscribe to the quarterly magazine IB World through this website.
Guide to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme IB Programme standards and practices Recognition of the IB diploma by countries and universities IB Diploma: A Guide for Universities and Colleges Diploma Programme assessment IB: The Diploma Programme IB: The Middle Years Programme (MYP) IB and Copyright org - the Online curriculum centre (OCC), only accessible for subscribers. The site has all the university entrance scores in IB terms.
Spanish B Higher Level (HL) suits someone who has studied the language for 4-5 years.
Spanish Standard Level (SL) is suited to someone who has 2-5 years experience. Native or bilingual speakers, if already doing English or French in Group 1, should take Spanish A2 in Group 2. The structure of the course should be similar whether studying HL or SL.