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  • ^ As I mentioned previously, a 5th HL would have to be an extra IB class due to the cap on 4 HL classes for the Diploma. IBO wrote: Students who complete more than six subjects receive an extra certificate for the additional subject(s). …
  • As far as I know, no LAC has a medical school, perhaps because they are so expensive to run. There are LACs with other professional schools, however. Some LACs have law schools (e.g. Lewis & Clark and Washington & Lee), business schools (…
  • JJoy15, you have been given good advice on this thread, and it has run its course. I'll leave you with a closing comment from Ben Jones, an admissions officer at MIT. Although he's talking about APs, his point is the same if you substitute "competit…
  • IntBacc wrote: No, you can only take 4 HL classes Unless they've changed the rules recently, a student can take more than 4 HL classes so long as (s)he also has at least 2 SL classes. Additional SL/HL classes count for a certificate rather th…
  • ucbalumnus wrote: Why only SL in math? Math HL is probably one of the most important from the point of view of majoring in civil engineering. Many high schools offer one or the other; Math Studies (essentially stats) is also offered at some h…
  • I really don't like seeing such threads -- to me they smell of insecurity, and that is not at all something I'd like to see associated with Duke. As others have said, Duke has a fine reputation, and that is unlikely to change. I do think there …
  • Cue7 wrote: How is it the yield at virtually EVERY top school is increasing? Brown, Princeton, Harvard, most likely Northwestern, etc. have seen upticks in yield. As LearningLover said, I think it's because these colleges are getting so selec…
  • constanceq wrote: I think WFU is of more greek life which i really like...while Rochester, the program is what i like, and i do think ms mkt is more focused than ma program. but the problem is i like rochester, but this school seems to be too acad…
  • I suspect this depends on where one goes to college. Colleges differ a great deal in how religious they are, and no two religion departments are the same either. Taking Duke as an example, it keeps its religion department and divinity school stri…
  • tk21769 wrote: Michigan, UNC, and USC are the only need-blind, full-need schools with undergraduate enrollments of more than 15K students. Michigan does not meet the full need of OOS students. Aside from the free military academies, only UNC …
  • tk21769 wrote: Personally, I think the value of small classes and greater student-faculty engagement tend to outweigh the advantages of greater course selection. However, you may not find robust zoology programs at very many small LACs. I cou…