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International Baccalaureate: UR FUTURE Is it too early to start thinking ab though you'll have to stay in ation or some form of training until e 18 you can still take various during this time. You might be surprised at the ages you'l need to of these decisions... Aged 12/14 (in Years 8/9 at schooll you decide abou of the GCSEs you'l be doing. You might aiso choose vocational courses and perhaps even apt to switch sc ant to follow an academic path with GCSES and or instead decide on a part academic and part cational path, such as attend a Career College. Studio School or University Tec College (UTC) Aged 15/16 (in Year 11) you'l bemaking decisions abour g. childcare, engineering performing arts & ICT) the A levels, International Baccalaureate vocational coues apprenticeships, training or wark you want to do and where e Technicals (e.g. health and social care, and physical activity) can do it Aged 17/18 in Years 12 & 13 you make decss au going an to higher education le universityk before higher education ar starting wark s (e.g. NVQS or BTECS) Can I change my mind? he sat of e difference? It's best to make caneu You might be abe to change your your school and other tosh ocal area Your c c qualifications are based on knowledge. critical nd analysis. /technical qualifications are a blend of practical ng skills that prepare you for a job. ge 13 for more on this Got any questions Nour me countries www.oodotinfo rent it you're in Northern Ireland. Wales re intormation take a look at hen-you-can-leaveschool ofinfo This stock girl's placement was not thought out well.
International Baccalaureate: UR FUTURE
 Is it too early to start thinking ab
 though you'll have to stay in
 ation or some form of training until
 e 18 you can still take various
 during this time.
 You might be surprised at the ages you'l need to
 of these decisions...
 Aged 12/14 (in Years 8/9 at schooll you decide abou
 of the GCSEs you'l be doing. You might aiso choose
 vocational courses and perhaps even apt to switch sc
 ant to follow an academic path with GCSES and
 or instead decide on a part academic and part
 cational path, such as
 attend a Career College. Studio School or University Tec
 College (UTC)
 Aged 15/16 (in Year 11) you'l bemaking decisions abour
 g. childcare, engineering performing arts & ICT)
 the A levels, International Baccalaureate vocational coues
 apprenticeships, training or wark you want to do and where
 e Technicals (e.g. health and social care, and
 physical activity)
 can do it
 Aged 17/18 in Years 12 & 13 you make decss au
 going an to higher education le universityk
 before higher education ar starting wark
 s (e.g. NVQS or BTECS)
 Can I change my mind?
 he sat of
 e difference?
 It's best to make caneu
 You might be abe to change your
 your school and other tosh
 ocal area Your c c
 qualifications are based on knowledge. critical
 nd analysis.
 /technical qualifications are a blend of practical
 ng skills that prepare you for a job.
 ge 13 for more on this
 Got any questions
 Nour
 me countries
 www.oodotinfo
 rent it you're in Northern Ireland. Wales
 re intormation take a look at
 hen-you-can-leaveschool
 ofinfo
This stock girl's placement was not thought out well.

This stock girl's placement was not thought out well.

International Baccalaureate: 11 Ways to Earn College Credits in High School High students may be able to earn college credit while in high school. Most of these programs are free, but not all programs are available in all schools. Participation may also require a certain academic standing. Check with your school counselor. Earning College Credits in High School Check out some of the ways high school students may be able to earn college 1. credit while in high school. Most of these programs are free, but not all programs are available in all schools. Participation may also require a certain academic standing. 2 Advanced Placement (AP) are college-level courses in English, history, humanities, languages, math, psychology, science and more. Classes are taught at your high school. You can earn college credit if you score high enough on a fee-based exam. Concurrent Enrollment (CE) is often referred to as "College in the .Schools (CIS)". CE offers college-level courses at your high school through partnerships between high schools and local colleges and universities. These free, and students earn both high school and college credit by COurses are uccessfully completing the course. International Baccalaureate (IB) is a two-year pre-college diploma program 4. offered at some high schools. You must pass a fee-based exam in each of six subject areas (your primary language, a second language, mathematics, experimental sciences, the arts and humanities) in order to potentially college credit. earn 5. Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) allows students grades 10 -12 to take college courses at a local college, local university, or online. Students attend class and complete the same assignments required of regular college students, and earn both high school and college credit for successfully 6. completing the course. State funds cover the cost of tuition, books and lab fees, and transportation funds are available to help students from low income families get to a campus for PSEO courses. CO Summer programming, such as Summer Bridge programs, is offered by some 7colleges and allows eligible high school students to earn summer camp instruction. Check with colleges you're interested to see if it's available. college credit through I love option 5.6. for earning college credit (From the Minnesota Office of Higher Education college pamphlet)
International Baccalaureate: 11
 Ways to Earn College Credits in High School
 High students may be able to earn college credit while in high school.
 Most of these programs are free, but not all programs are available in
 all schools. Participation may also require a certain academic standing.
 Check with your school counselor.
 Earning College Credits in High School
 Check out some of the ways high school students may be able to earn college
 1.
 credit while in high school. Most of these programs are free, but not all
 programs are available in all schools. Participation may also require a certain
 academic standing.
 2
 Advanced Placement (AP) are college-level courses in English, history,
 humanities, languages, math, psychology, science and more. Classes are
 taught at your high school. You can earn college credit if you score high
 enough
 on a fee-based exam.
 Concurrent Enrollment (CE) is often referred to as "College in the
 .Schools (CIS)". CE offers college-level courses at your high school through
 partnerships between high schools and local colleges and universities. These
 free, and students earn both high school and college credit by
 COurses are
 uccessfully completing the course.
 International Baccalaureate (IB) is a two-year pre-college diploma program
 4.
 offered at some high schools. You must pass a fee-based exam in each of
 six subject areas (your primary language, a second language, mathematics,
 experimental sciences, the arts and humanities) in order to potentially
 college credit.
 earn
 5.
 Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) allows students grades 10 -12
 to take college courses at a local college, local university, or online. Students
 attend class and complete the same assignments required of regular college
 students, and earn both high school and college credit for successfully
 6. completing the course. State funds cover the cost of tuition, books and lab
 fees, and transportation funds are available to help students from low income
 families get to a campus for PSEO courses.
 CO
 Summer programming, such as Summer Bridge programs, is offered by some
 7colleges and allows eligible high school students to earn
 summer camp instruction. Check with colleges you're interested to see if it's
 available.
 college credit through
I love option 5.6. for earning college credit (From the Minnesota Office of Higher Education college pamphlet)

I love option 5.6. for earning college credit (From the Minnesota Office of Higher Education college pamphlet)

International Baccalaureate: Proximus 20:31 21 %L Oxfess Yesterday at 07:23 #Oxfessi 4694 I'm an lB student. If you're not familiar with the term, that stands for International Baccalaureate. I take the hardest high school curriculum in the planet in order to attain the lB Diploma and stand out from my lesser peers who do A levels. IB classes are very difficult, involving a lot more work outside the classroom than normal, honors, or even A level, classes. Only very intelligent students are able to thrive in an IB environment, and I've taken several IB classes. In fact, I take a lot of IB Classes. IB classes involve an IB test that tests your knowledge of the course in order to prove you deserve the lB Diploma. A 7 is the highest score, and usually a 4 or 5 would translate to satisfactory understanding of the germane topics of a course. I have taken many lB past papers and scored 7's on almost all of them. IB papers are very hard butI am very good at taking them. You have to be very smart in order to get a 7 in an IB course. I've gotten quite a few 7's. The Extended Essay and TOK components of IB simulate the college experience better than other mundane curriculums can. The IB Diploma is a great way to get ahead in college while you're still in high school, and it can help with college admissions because you can prove to the college that you're smart enough to already be taking the hardest high school curriculum, also known as the International Baccalaureate, abbreviated as IEB Diploma. Oo
International Baccalaureate: Proximus
 20:31
 21 %L
 Oxfess
 Yesterday at 07:23
 #Oxfessi 4694
 I'm an lB student. If you're not familiar with the term,
 that stands for International Baccalaureate. I take the
 hardest high school curriculum in the planet in order
 to attain the lB Diploma and stand out from my lesser
 peers who do A levels. IB classes are very difficult,
 involving a lot more work outside the classroom than
 normal, honors, or even A level, classes. Only very
 intelligent students are able to thrive in an IB
 environment, and I've taken several IB classes. In fact,
 I take a lot of IB Classes. IB classes involve an IB test
 that tests your knowledge of the course in order to
 prove you deserve the lB Diploma. A 7 is the highest
 score, and usually a 4 or 5 would translate to
 satisfactory understanding of the germane topics of a
 course. I have taken many lB past papers and scored
 7's on almost all of them. IB papers are very hard butI
 am very good at taking them. You have to be very
 smart in order to get a 7 in an IB course. I've gotten
 quite a few 7's. The Extended Essay and TOK
 components of IB simulate the college experience
 better than other mundane curriculums can. The IB
 Diploma is a great way to get ahead in college while
 you're still in high school, and it can help with college
 admissions because you can prove to the college that
 you're smart enough to already be taking the hardest
 high school curriculum, also known as the
 International Baccalaureate, abbreviated as IEB
 Diploma.
 Oo
International Baccalaureate: Oxfess 5 hrs E #Oxfess 14694 I'm an IB student. If you're not familiar with the term, that stands for International Baccalaureate. I take the hardest high school curriculum in the planet in order to attain the IB Diploma and stand out from my lesser peers who do A levels. IB classes are very difficult, involving a lot more work outside the classroom than normal, honors, or even A level, classes. Only very intelligent students are able to thrive in an IB environment, and I've taken several IB classes. In fact, I take a lot of IB Classes. IB classes involve an lB test that tests your knowledge of the course in order to prove you deserve the lB Diploma. A 7 is the highest score, and usually a 4 or 5 would translate to satisfactory understanding of the germane topics of a course. I have taken many lB past papers and scored 7's on almost all of them. IB papers are very hard but I am very good at taking them. You have to be very smart in order to get a 7 in an lB course. I've gotten quite a few 7's. The Extended Essay and TOK components of IB simulate the college experience better than other mundane curriculums can. The lB Diploma is a great way to get ahead in college while you're still in high school, and it can help with college admissions because you can prove to the college that you're smart enough to already be taking the hardest high school curriculum, also known as the International Baccalaureate, abbreviated as IB Diploma Like Comment Share 126
International Baccalaureate: Oxfess
 5 hrs E
 #Oxfess 14694
 I'm an IB student. If you're not familiar with the term, that stands for
 International Baccalaureate. I take the hardest high school curriculum in the
 planet in order to attain the IB Diploma and stand out from my lesser peers
 who do A levels. IB classes are very difficult, involving a lot more work
 outside the classroom than normal, honors, or even A level, classes. Only
 very intelligent students are able to thrive in an IB environment, and I've
 taken several IB classes. In fact, I take a lot of IB Classes. IB classes involve
 an lB test that tests your knowledge of the course in order to prove you
 deserve the lB Diploma. A 7 is the highest score, and usually a 4 or 5 would
 translate to satisfactory understanding of the germane topics of a course. I
 have taken many lB past papers and scored 7's on almost all of them. IB
 papers are very hard but I am very good at taking them. You have to be very
 smart in order to get a 7 in an lB course. I've gotten quite a few 7's. The
 Extended Essay and TOK components of IB simulate the college experience
 better than other mundane curriculums can. The lB Diploma is a great way
 to get ahead in college while you're still in high school, and it can help with
 college admissions because you can prove to the college that you're smart
 enough to already be taking the hardest high school curriculum, also known
 as the International Baccalaureate, abbreviated as IB Diploma
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