A-Levels V IB in a Covid-19 world
It’s an age old debate, but at UK Education Guide we have noticed increased interest in the IB diploma very recently.
First a brief recap on the differences between the two qualifications:
The IB Diploma is a two-year, six-subjects course with an inner core specifically designed to develop leadership, critical thinking and research skills. During the IB Diploma, three subjects are taught at higher level and three subjects are taught at standard level.
A-Levels focus usually on three core subjects that are all studied to the same high level of proficiency. This allows pupils to specialise taking all three sciences if they wish or focus on a mix of humanities and arts courses.