What Is the IB Program, and What Are IB Classes? (2023)

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One factor some students consider when choosing a high school is whether it has an International Baccalaureate (IB) program. Often compared with the Advanced Placement (AP) program, the IB program allows students to take college-level courses while in high school.

So what is International Baccalaureate? What is the IB Program and an IB Diploma, and why are IB classes worth taking? In this article, we introduce all things IB, including the Diploma requirements and features of the exams. We also explain whether you have to get an IB Diploma in order to earn college credit for your IB classes.

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2022 IB Exam Changes Due to COVID-19

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the IB has decided to extend the adaptations which were put in place for 2021 to 2022. May 2022 IB assessments will have two routes, exam and non-exam, depending on which your school chooses. Stay up to date with the latest information on what this means for IB diplomas, course credit for IB classes, and more with our our IB COVID-19 FAQ article.

What Is IB? An Overview

The International Baccalaureate (IB) program was designed in Switzerland in the 1960s. Its purpose was to give students around the world a chance to earn a rigorous, internationally recognized diploma, which they could then use for entry into universities. (You can read more about the history and philosophy of the IB program on the official IB website.)

To earn an IB Diploma, you have to go to an IB-approved school (called an "IB World School") and meet the requirements, which include taking classes in the six subject groups, passing the IB exams, and completing three additional core requirements.

But what if you don't want to do the Diploma? It's also possible to take a few IB classes without doing the full-blown Diploma Programme, though each high school has its own policy on this.

How Does College Credit Work for IB?

IB exams are recognized for college credit in a way similar to how AP exams are used. You don't have to earn the IB Diploma to get credit for individual classes, as colleges give credit course by course. For example, check out Stanford's chart for IB credit.

Most IB classes come in two forms: Higher Level (HL) and Standard Level (SL). We will discuss this in more detail below. Some colleges only give credit for HL classes, as Stanford does.

Also, some colleges will completely waive General Education requirements for students who have completed the full IB Diploma. See the University of Utah's policy here as an example.

This means that a student with an IB Diploma could totally skip Gen Ed classes and jump right into their major. This would obviously save a ton of time and money, and shows why getting the IB Diploma can be a huge advantage.

To find a school's policy on IB credit, search for "[School Name] IB credit policy." Most universities have a dedicated web page for explaining their IB credit policies.

What Are the Benefits of the IB Program?

One of the chief benefits of the IB program is that it provides academic preparation for college. IB courses are known for being interdisciplinary, requiring a good deal of independent thinking, and assigning oral presentations and original research—all characteristics of college courses.

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Especially if you earn the full IB Diploma, your IB courses will be a great way of showing that you have taken tough courses in a range of subjects, from math to English to history to science, and are able to manage college-level coursework.

As we discussed before, colleges want to see that you've taken the most advanced classes available to you. And taking IB is a great way to do just that.

In addition to getting preparation for college, you can get credit for college classes by passing IB exams. Again, you don't need to complete the full IB Diploma to earn credit, so if you don't think you can fit the IB Diploma into your schedule, it might still benefit you to take a few individual IB classes.

Unfortunately, taking an IB exam isn't cheap. There's a $119 fee per exam. While this is a lot of money, it's still much less than the tuition you would pay for the same intro-level college course.

Many schools also have their own financial aid programs for IB. Learn more about IB costs here.

What Are the 6 Core Courses in the IB Program?

To earn the full IB Diploma, you have to take courses from six subjects, one each from groups 1-5, and either one from group 6 or a substitute from groups 1-4:

  • Group 1: Studies in Language and Literature (most likely an English literature course if you're an American student)
  • Group 2: Language Acquisition (a foreign language course)
  • Group 3: Individuals and Societies (history, economics, geography, etc.)
  • Group 4: Sciences (biology, chemistry, physics, etc.)
  • Group 5: Mathematics
  • Group 6: The Arts (dance, theater, visual arts, etc.)

Between three and four subjects must be taken at the Higher Level and the rest at the Standard Level in order to earn the Diploma. Higher Level courses are more challenging—IB recommends a minimum of 240 hours of instructional time for HL courses, and 150 hours for SL courses.

Some schools handle the HL requirements by having students take the SL or AP version of a course first and the HL version second, thereby forming a two-year sequence. For example, you might take AP English Literature as a junior, and then HL IB English as a senior.

Also, note that many high schools with IB programs have recommended four-year plans to help students fit in all the requirements, since there's a lot to keep track of. Therefore, you won't necessarily have to do a bunch of schedule-planning on your own.

If your school or a school you're interested in has an IB program, get in touch with the guidance counseling office to find out whether they have recommended IB class sequences. This can help you if you're deciding which high school to attend, or if you can't decide whether you want to take IB classes or not.

What Are IB Exams?

For each of those six core classes, you also have to take an IB exam. IB exams are given in May (or November for southern hemisphere schools). They have two parts: an external assessment and an internal assessment.

The external assessment is the more traditional exam portion and consists of two or three "papers," typically done on the same day or a few days in a row. A paper is essentially an exam section, and they usually have a combination of multiple-choice, short-answer, extended-response, and data- or case-analysis questions.

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You won't spend much time bubbling in answers on an IB exam.

The papers are graded by independent examiners—similar to how AP exams are graded by certified AP graders.

The internal assessments, however, are done by the teacher. These can include oral presentations, practical work (such as a written lab report), or other written work. Around 5% or more of the internal assessments will also be graded by a moderator appointed by the IB, and based on this moderation, the grading curve of that subject at the school will be set.

IB exams are graded on a scale of 1-7, with 6 and 7 considered an A, and anything 4 and up generally considered a passing score (though the IB doesn't set official passing grades). Most colleges give IB credit for scores of 5 and higher.

To earn the IB Diploma, you need to score an average of 4 on each exam to get the minimum 24 needed points. You can learn more about IB exams on the IB website.

What Are the 3 Core Requirements in the IB Program?

In addition to IB classes and exams, there are three more core requirements students must complete to earn an IB Diploma. These are the Extended Essay, the Theory of Knowledge class, and the Creativity, Activity, Service project.

#1: The Extended Essay

This is an independent research essay of up to 4,000 words that's graded externally by the IB. It has to be focused on one academic subject and written on a topic that's been approved by the IB. Students are awarded points toward their Diploma based on how well they do on this essay.

#2: Theory of Knowledge (TOK) Class

This class teaches the nature of knowledge and builds skills in critical thinking. Students have to complete a presentation (graded by the teacher) and a 1,600-word essay (graded externally) in order to pass this course.

#3: Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS)

Lastly, students are required to participate in an activity outside of class, either community service, athletics, or creative activities. For most students, their regular extracurricular activities and sports count for these hours, meaning that they don't need to add anything to their schedules to fulfill this requirement.

IB vs AP: Key Similarities and Differences

We have a complete rundown of AP vs IB in this post, which includes a guide to deciding between the two programs. That being said, here are some of the key similarities and differences between the two.

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IB vs AP: What's the Same?

Both the AP and IB programs allow you to take a challenging course followed by an exam that you can earn college credit for. In some schools, they're even the same course (e.g., AP/IB French, AP/IB Biology, etc.).

AP and IB are generally the most challenging courses available to high school students. Unless you're able to sign up for local college courses or do advanced independent projects and research, AB and IB are likely the best (and most convenient) way for you to begin preparing for college.

IB vs AP: What's Different?

Although both programs offer challenging courses for high school students, there are a lot of differences in how they do so.


Advanced Placement is by far the more popular program. In 2019, 2.8 million students took AP tests.

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By contrast, only about 166,000 students took IB exams in May 2019. The Diploma pass rate was 77.81%. Some families opt for the IB program over the AP program as it's rarer and can help set students apart in the admission process.


IB was designed as a diploma program (although, as we discussed above, it is possible to take just a few IB classes for college credit). Meanwhile, the AP program was designed around advanced classes—not a diploma. (That said, the AP has created a competitor to IB via the AP International Diploma, which you can read about here.)

Class Curricula

IB curricula are stricter for teachers. IB has certain required assignments your teacher has to grade, such as oral presentations, as part of the internal assessment. In contrast, AP teachers have a bit more freedom in how they may teach an AP course, just so long as they're effectively preparing students for the exam.


IB Higher Level courses are often considered more difficult than APs, whereas IB Standard Level courses are considered the same as or easier than APs. Keep in mind that how difficult a class is to pass at your school will vary depending on the teacher and their curriculum.

Exam Content

IB exams contain more writing and application of ideas, whereas APs are more about proving what you know. This is why AP exams have more multiple choice, while the IB exams feature more short-response questions, essays, and case studies.


IB exams are more expensive than AP tests at $119 per exam. AP exams cost a bit less at $94. Remember that these fees are much lower than college tuition for the same classes!

College Credit

Getting AP credit can be more straightforward since more US colleges are familiar with it and the College Board officially sets a passing grade (3 out of 5) while the IB does not.

Furthermore, because AP courses only come in one difficulty level, it can be easier for colleges to set credit policies for AP exams. For IB, colleges have to decide how they'll handle Standard Level and Higher Level courses.

However, for both IB and AP, the higher your passing score is, the more likely you are to get credit for college. For example, an AP exam score of 5 nearly always earns credit, the same as an IB score of 7 does. Don't forget this when you're studying!

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What are the IB classes? ›

The International Baccalaureate (IB) is a high-level college preparatory program designed for outstanding high school students. Students in the IB program have the option of pursuing either the full IB Diploma or Certificates in one or more areas of selected study.

What does the IB program do? ›

An IB education provides opportunities to develop both disciplinary and interdisciplinary understanding that meet rigorous standards set by institutions of higher learning around the world. IB programmes offer curriculum frameworks and courses that are broad and balanced, conceptual and connected.

What is special about the IB program? ›

The IB's programmes are different from other curricula because they: encourage students of all ages to think critically and challenge assumptions. develop independently of government and national systems, incorporating quality practice from research and our global community of schools.

How many IB classes should I take? ›

IB students are required to take at least three subjects at the higher level, known as HL, while the remaining classes may be taken at the standard level, or SL. Higher level courses typically have at least 240 hours of instruction, while standard level classes have at least 150.

What are the easiest IB classes? ›

What are the easiest subjects to earn an IB diploma?
  • Language and Literatures studies (Group 1) Course: English A Language and Literature SL. ...
  • Language Acquisition (Group 2) Course: Spanish B HL. ...
  • Individuals and Societies (Group 3) Course: Economics HL. ...
  • Experimental Science (Group 4) ...
  • Mathematics (Group 5) ...
  • Arts (Group 6)
Jul 17, 2021

How long are IB classes? ›

What is the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme? The challenging, rigorous and demanding program is a two-year course of study for high school juniors and seniors. It offers a broad and balanced curriculum presented in six academic areas surrounding a central core.

Is IB program difficult? ›

The IB is considerably harder than A-levels. In the IB, students must study six subjects plus extras whereas with A-levels students study three subjects. With so much workload, it is no surprise that many students taking the IB end up with relatively low grades (24-30 points).

How many subjects are there in IB? ›

Over the course of the two-year IB Diploma Programme, students study six subjects chosen from the six subject groups, complete an extended essay, follow a theory of knowledge (TOK) course, and participate in creativity, activity, service (CAS).

Is the IB program tough? ›

IB is one of the most demanding courses that one can attend for their high school. We have dedicated a whole other article in answering if the intensity and extra workload is worth it! For now, let's focus on the intensity itself. One of the distinguishing traits of IB is that it is comprehensive.

Why is the IB program so stressful? ›

And as you might've expected, it's because of the workload. IB students reported that academic requirements were their main stressor – much more significant than students in the general education curriculum.

What are the negatives of the IB program? ›

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Program is an internationally recognized curriculum that aims to foster internationally-minded and well-rounded students.
The Cons of the IB Program
  • Length of Study. The IB is no walk in the park. ...
  • Heavy Workload. ...
  • Less Flexibility.
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Is IB harder than AP? ›

Is IB harder than AP? It depends. Some students argue that IB is more challenging because of the emphasis on critical thinking and the more application-focused evaluations. However, both IB and AP classes are considered college-level courses that many students find challenging.

How do I choose my IB subjects? ›

Tips for prospective IB Diploma students and parents
  1. Choose your subjects with university entrance in mind. ...
  2. Choose the most rigorous combination of subjects and levels that is still manageable. ...
  3. Research subjects you are unfamiliar with. ...
  4. Understand how subjects are assessed. ...
  5. Understand the difference between HL and SL.
Jan 2, 2020

Does Harvard prefer AP or IB? ›

Additionally, competitive universities like Harvard emphasize higher level (HL) IB subjects. Candidates should aim for a 6s and 7s for each HL subject. IB students are expected to take a minimum of 3 HL subjects during their program, which introduces them to in-depth elements on a subject matter.

What is the hardest IB class? ›

Hardest IB Subject Combinations
  • Group 1: Studies in Language and literature. ...
  • Group 2: Language Acquisition. ...
  • Group 3: Individuals and Societies. ...
  • Group 4: Experimental Sciences. ...
  • Group 5: Mathematics. ...
  • Group 6: Arts.

How much homework do IB students get? ›

How much homework is there for IB classes? It is expected that students will receive about 20 minutes of homework per class per night. So 5 classes should be 1h40m of homework; however, instructors are aware that some classes require more others less homework, so instructors focus on the overall amount of work given.

Is the IB the hardest curriculum? ›

IB is certainly one of the toughest programs. Maths HL, for instance, has its reputation for being tricky, complex and tough.

Can you fail a class in IB? ›

Grades 11 and 12

Grades of A and B are expected of all IB students. Students with a grade of D or F are not considered in "good standing." A semester grade of F in an IB course will require the students to return to their sending school for the remainder of their high school education.

Do IB classes raise GPA? ›

Yes, all IB courses receive weighted credit at MVHS and at the university level. Universities will only award up to 8 semesters of weighted credit from AP and IB classes towards their GPA calculations.

Can you take an IB class without taking the exam? ›

It is possible to take an IB course in some subject areas and take (and do well on) the AP exam in the same subject area (IB teachers will help students decide if they should take the AP exam for a particular subject). However, students who have not taken an IB course may not take an IB exam.

How do I pass the IB program? ›

Top 10 things to do before starting the IB
  1. Assess your IB subjects. ...
  2. Get to know your new subjects. ...
  3. Keep up the English. ...
  4. Keep up the Language B. ...
  5. Explore extra-curricular activities. ...
  6. Know your study strengths. ...
  7. Practice getting organised. ...
  8. Ignore the IB rumours.

How many people fail IB? ›

Although you might believe that the number is 50% or less, there was around a 78% pass rate in the IB last year! That's around 4 out of every 5 students who are able to pass. The good news? That means you're quite likely to pass the IB as well!

Is taking IB worth it? ›

Whether the college you ultimately attend gives college credit for IB courses or not, taking IB courses give great advantages to students: Better prepared for college. IB courses are at a higher level than the general courses in high schools. Many see IB courses as college-level.

How many exams do IB students take? ›

IB requires students to take three exams at the HL level and three at the SL level to be considered for an IB diploma. Students may opt to take four HL exams with the approval of administration.

Is IB all multiple choice? ›

Multiple choice questions feature very heavily in IB Physics, particularly in the final IB Physics exams, where the whole of Paper 1 is devoted to multiple choice questions. It is also highly likely that throughout your course, your teacher will give you multiple choice questions.

Does IB actually prepare you for college? ›

And IB students are at an advantage with elite institutions: in the US, IB graduates are 21.4 per cent more likely to be admitted into 10 of the country's most prestigious universities, including Harvard, Princeton, Yale and Stanford.

Is an IB school better than a regular school? ›

The International Baccalaureate enjoys a high level of respect and recognition among the world's higher education institutions. For students, success in the IB often results in advanced standing, course credit, scholarships, and other admissions related benefits at many universities.

How stressful is the IB program? ›

Research done by the University of South Florida states that IB students are more susceptible to being stressed under the higher-pressure academic environment, which also makes them more susceptible to mental health problems, lower levels of happiness, fewer friendships, and disengagement from school.

How many IB classes can I take? ›

IB Diploma students are allowed to take up to 2 Standard Level exams Junior year, while the remaining exams must be taken Senior year including all Higher Level exams.

What are the best IB courses to take? ›

For students taking the IB, you are advised to take at least two, and ideally three, of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics at Higher Level. The most natural pairings are Biology and Chemistry, Chemistry and Physics, and Mathematics and Physics.

Can you only take one IB class? ›

In the junior and senior year, students can choose from an array of courses; however, students in IB must take 2 or more IB classes.

What gets you kicked out of IB? ›

Any student with a second semester grade of F or more than one D in an academic class will be removed from the Pre-Diploma Program. The dismissal may be appealed.

How many hours a day should an IB students study? ›

Let's get more specific: time.

Spend one hour on three to four different subjects per day, every day. For your weaker subjects, 2 hours would be required. This means around 4 hours of regular study every day if you want to do extremely well in the IB.

What is a passing IB exam score? ›

The diploma is awarded to candidates who achieve a minimum score of 24 (out of 45) and fulfil the other minimum requirements.

Are colleges more likely to accept IB students? ›

The average acceptance rate of IB students into university/college is 22% higher than the average acceptance rate of the total population.

Why do universities prefer IB students? ›

Students who study the IB Diploma cope well with transitioning to the university as they have developed investigative and research skills through the Extended Essay and critical thinking skills through Theory of Knowledge. Therefore, building their subject knowledge and skills to a high standard.

Are IB students more successful? ›

Strengths of an IB education

Some of the most selective universities worldwide recognize the IB diploma and our students are regarded as some of the highest performers in their areas of study.

Is IB for smart students? ›

IB students often perform better

IB students develop strong academic, social and emotional characteristics. They are also likely to perform well academically – often better than students on other curricula.

Does IB help get into Ivy League? ›

The acceptance rate of IB Students into Ivy League institutions is between 3 and 13 percentage points higher compared to the total population acceptance rate.

Is IB worth it in high school? ›

It's academically rigorous. It's stimulating, inspiring, and allows students to really excel and see what they're capable of. For those who choose to challenge themselves, the IB is hugely rewarding. Students finish with skills and a level of confidence that will push them forward their whole life through.

What grades does IB look at? ›

IB courses are criterion marked from 1-7, rather than on a percentage scale. Teachers use assessment tools that they are trained to use during their IB training. They derive raw marks that are converted to 1-7 grades for assessments using mark bands published by IB each year.

What math should I choose for IB? ›

Mathematics: Applications and Interpretations

The IB recommends Maths AI students have 150 hours of teaching time to cover the course material, with HL students doing an additional 90 hours on top of this. Both levels cover the following five areas: Number and Algebra.

What does IB look for in students? ›

On a theoretical level, an IB student is someone who has been enrolled in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program offered by IBO. Essentially, IB Students are the ones who, through their international mindedness and cultural understanding, make the world a better place.

Do colleges even care about IB? ›

There are many other factors that go into a university application, and admissions officers assess them holistically. One thing is for sure; by taking the IB Diploma, you automatically rise to the top of the admissions pool.

How many IB points do you need to get into Harvard? ›

IB Scores for Top US Universities
UniversityMinimum IB Score Required for Admission
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How many IB points do you need to get into Oxford? ›

International Baccalaureate

We would expect students to achieve a total score of 38, 39 or 40 points, depending on the course, including core points, with 6s and 7s in the higher-level subjects.

Are IB harder than AP? ›

Is IB harder than AP? It depends. Some students argue that IB is more challenging because of the emphasis on critical thinking and the more application-focused evaluations. However, both IB and AP classes are considered college-level courses that many students find challenging.

What are the 6 IB courses? ›

The six subject groups are:
  • Studies in language and literature.
  • Language acquisition.
  • Individuals and societies.
  • Sciences.
  • Mathematics.
  • The arts.
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Is IB as good as AP? ›

Taking either AP or IB classes will look very good on your college applications, as it shows you're challenging yourself with college-level courses. There's no real preference or benefit from doing one program or the other, as long as you do well in your chosen courses.

Is IB the same as AP? ›

To sum up, the AP program is American based and provides courses that high school students can take for college. The IB course is international based and provides an integrated approach to learning. The biggest difference between AP and IB is that AP is more popular and useful for an American high school student.

Do colleges care about IB classes? ›

IB: Availability. Both IB and AP courses offer students the opportunity to challenge themselves with higher-level classes. College admissions officers often look favorably upon applicants who participate in these programs.

How many IB classes do you need for the diploma? ›

Requirements of the IB Diploma Program

A diploma candidate is required to take six IB courses and six IB exams. Additionally, candidates are required to complete the Theory of Knowledge course, the Extended Essay, and the Creativity, Action, and Service hours.

How do I choose an IB subject? ›

Tips for prospective IB Diploma students and parents
  1. Choose your subjects with university entrance in mind. ...
  2. Choose the most rigorous combination of subjects and levels that is still manageable. ...
  3. Research subjects you are unfamiliar with. ...
  4. Understand how subjects are assessed. ...
  5. Understand the difference between HL and SL.
Jan 2, 2020

Is IB the hardest program? ›

You will also need to write an Extended Essay (EE), participate in Theory of Knowledge (ToK) and indulge in Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS). IB is one of the most demanding courses that one can attend for their high school.

Does IB affect your GPA? ›

Yes, all IB courses receive weighted credit at MVHS and at the university level. Universities will only award up to 8 semesters of weighted credit from AP and IB classes towards their GPA calculations.

Do universities prefer IB students? ›

You might have heard about the IB Diploma, the internationally recognized high school program for students seeking a broad and challenging curriculum. But did you know that IB graduates are 21.4 percent more likely to be admitted into 10 of the most prestigious universities in the US?

Is IB curriculum hard? ›

How much harder are IB classes than AP or regular classes? IB classes are generally considered much more difficult than regular classes, and somewhat more difficult than AP classes. However, for many people, the issue isn't an increase in difficulty, but rather an increase in how time-consuming their work is.

Can you take IB exam without taking the course? ›

Can I take an IB exam if I didn't take the associated IB class? Students who do not take IB classes are not allowed to sit for IB exams. If your school does not offer IB classes, it may offer AP classes or other rigorous coursework that can make you a more competitive college applicant.


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