Which is better IB or AICE?
The main difference between AICE and IB is the flexibility of the AICE Diploma. Our students tell us that IB Higher Level courses are harder than their AP counterparts, while IB Standard Level classes are not quite as hardand that AICE courses don’t seem quite as hard as AP or IB courses.
Is AICE better than AP?
Schools in the US are more likely to recognize AP or IBas more rigorous than AICE, but the AICE curriculum is still typically considered more rigorous than Honors or Dual Enrollment courses.
What are the benefits of an AICE diploma?
Q: What are the benefits of AICE? A: AICE not only prepares students to enter college with up to 30 hours of credit, it also provides them with the skills required to be successful once there. In addition, students who earn the AICE Diploma will qualify for the Florida Academic Bright Futures Scholarship.
Which is better IB or AP Capstone?
Another major difference between the programs is that AP Capstone has no requirements as to the four additional AP classes you take, whereas in IB you need to take courses from six specific subject areas. For this reason, the IB Diploma is arguably more comprehensive.
Is IB good or bad?
The IB is not for everyone. US colleges may value the IB, but that doesn’t mean you can rock up and expect to get in with poor grades. Put it this way: you have a much better chance of getting accepted into a top-ranked university if you do really well in your school curriculum than if you do “just okay” in the IB.
Do colleges prefer AP or IB?
AP is a good option for students who like to study on their own. Additionally, IB offers higher-level and standard-level courses. IB higher level is, at some high schools, considered harder than AP. Most colleges give credit for AP exams and higher-level IB exams, but not all give credit for standard-level IB exams.
Do Ivy Leagues accept IB credit?
An IBO survey showed that the acceptance rate of IB students into Ivy League universities is up to 18% higher than the total population acceptance rate. For example, at University of Pennsylvania, a score of six in most “higher level” (HL) IB subjects will earn you some credits towards your degree.
What IB score is needed for Harvard?
What are realistic scores and grades in order to be admitted to Harvard? Admitted students typically will have excellent grades (A*/A with perhaps a B or two at GCSE, A*/A predicted in three or four A-level subjects (or D1, D2 or D3 on Pre-U), or 39+ on predicted IB (out of the total 45 possible).
What IB score do I need for Oxford?
International Baccalaureate: 38-40 points, including core points, and between 776 and 666 in the Higher Level subjects, depending on the course. US qualifications: SAT with a total score of 1,470 (out of 1,600) or ACT with a score of at least 32 out of 36.