The IB diploma programme is a challenging qualification that allows students to select six subjects from a number of different IB subject classifications and to perform these alongside a central requirement for creativity, action, service and philosophy (Theory of Knowledge).
The IB Diploma program offers a range of subjects similar to other qualifications at this level. The key difference in how the IB Diploma programme works is that six subjects must be selected from six different categories. One subject must be chosen from each of the categories apart from group six (the arts) which can be substituted for any other subject in any of the other categories.
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