I went to ‘high school’ in England and in Denmark. I did the International Baccalaureate (IB) and I learned a plethora of things during the process. I achieved 7s in all my higher levels (Maths, Physics, Chemistry Economics – yes I did four Higher levels!) and I want to help other fellow IB’ers to do the best that they can do and to survive the IB! My advice also applies to A-Levels and APs.
One of the ways I was able to fund college was through scholarships! I won hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of scholarships. Here are some tips for scholarships in general: (1) Recognize that applying is key There are lots of scholarships out there, but you are never going to get them if you never […]
The US university application process can be daunting. There are many steps to take. Many things to do. Many deadlines to meet. Especially if you are an international student, you may have no idea what you need to do. This step-by-step guide provides steps for all the major parts of a US application. There is […]
It is possible to get a 7 in IB Maths HL! Here are three steps to get the elusive 7 in IB Maths HL: 1. Understand all the material: This may seem the most boring step, but is probably the most essential step. If you want to get a 7 in Maths HL, you should […]
This blog post is part of the IB collection. I am a former IBer and I want to help IBers around the world survive the IB! In the IB, you have to choose three higher level (HL) subjects, and three standard level (SL) subjects. You do, however, have the choice to do four HL subjects […]