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    Hi,

    I just finished grade 10 in the CBSE(indian board) and I got a B in math.Now I am shifting to the IB. Will it be difficult for me to do the Math HL??

    I want to do mechanical engineering and I dont know if I can cope up in the HL as people say its too tough.


    PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Well Physics HL and Maths HL are pretty tough.
    Go for IB if you want to go abroad
    moreover it also depends on which IB schools you are looking at.

    I am doing IB from not such a good school. Most IB schools just want to make money. I could recommend you some good schools.
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    well,

    I am looking to go to the US or the UK for college so what should I take??
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    If looking at UK, go for CBSE
    If US, then IB
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    (Original post by Rashis13)
    If looking at UK, go for CBSE
    If US, then IB
    The IB is widely accepted and recognised by colleges and universities in the UK. I currently have an offer at a top UK university with the IB.

    So I would recommend that you just go for the IB, it will hold you in good stead for all universities and will look well in the future when you apply for jobs.

    I think as an Indian Student you will be capable of handling HL Maths, but if you are in doubt later on you can always drop down.
 
 
 
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