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While both the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) and A-Levels are two-year programmes recognised internationally by universities and employers, it is important to consider your strengths and interests when deciding which programme to pursue.

The following table briefly details the main differences between the two courses of study:

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In general, the A-Level syllabus requires students to have an in-depth understanding of their various subjects. Conversely, the IB places greater importance on understanding a broader range of subjects and leans more towards independent learning. If cumulative learning and coursework sound more appealing, selecting the IB route may be something you want to consider as A-Level grades are determined primarily by a single final assessment.

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