Can you enter Harvard University with being in IB?
Of course you can enter Harvard University with the International Baccalaureate diploma providing of course your grades are sufficiently high. I believe you need a 7 in all high level courses and 6 in standard level courses.
The main differences between IGCSE and IB is how long they are and when they are taken. IGCSE is usually taken four years prior to university, while IB is generally done during the last two years pre-university. There are some IB programs that are taken for four years before college in other countries.
A- levels is ten times better than ib. I would know since this message is coming from an ib school. It is terrible. Students are working or presenting in assemblies. And apparently, you will require an apple pc to get anywhere. Also, you'd need to do twice the amount of subjects for the same chance to get into university.
7.0 if your in IB (international Baccalaureate) allows you to get a 7.0 because all your core classes will be IB plus taking as many AP classes as possible my IB administrator told me 7.0 is the highest possible GPA IB is the highest high school diploma you can get in the world its valid through t the world meaning u can go anywhere in the world and they will accept your diploma and also…
Weird, I just happened to be speaking about this to one of my teachers today. I was worried that my IGCSE score would be bad due to my failure in Chemistry and Physics (subjects which are mandatory). For next year my IB will start and I will definitely not be doing those two as it will also decrease my IB score and I pretty much suck at them. Is your situation similar? When I told…
Actually the current gain is equal to Beta+1, not Beta. The current from/into the emitter is the sum of the current into/from the collector and base. Of course this assumes linear operation. For a proof: Ie + Ib + Ic = 0 Ic = Beta * Ib Ie + Ib + Beta * Ib = 0 Ie + (Beta + 1) * Ib = 0 Ie = -(Beta + 1) * Ib