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Hey there, I've taught both programs and without any hesitation, the IB is the way to go. Even if you prefer to go to uni in the UK, go with the IB. It is widely recognized as the best diploma program, prepares you for uni better than any other (and they love IB DP students) and perhaps most importantly, the IB does a great job preparing you for real life/the world after school.

By way of introduction, I am a former DP English Lit and ToK teacher, university counselor, MYP/DP Coordinator and principal of IB schools. I now work full time to support students such as yourself, with the DP, essay writing and university counseling.

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Rob
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Hey there, I've taught both programs and without any hesitation, the IB is the way to go. Even if you prefer to go to uni in the UK, go with the IB. It is widely recognized as the best diploma program, prepares you for uni better than any other (and they love IB DP students) and perhaps most importantly, the IB does a great job preparing you for real life/the world after school.

By way of introduction, I am a former DP English Lit and ToK teacher, university counselor, MYP/DP Coordinator and principal of IB schools. I now work full time to support students such as yourself, with the DP, essay writing and university counseling.

Cheers,
Rob
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Hopefully this article may help: https://www.timeshighereducation.com...ersus-a-levels
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