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Our school is considering going to the IB program and I have lots of questions and would love any private messages as my questions are not all MIT related, but trying to keep my questions here related to MIT.
Are there different levels of IB diplomas and if so, how does MIT view them?
Is having an IB diploma or having taken IB classes persuasive in any way in MIT admissions (differently than having taken a rigorous workload)?
Is comparing IB to AP like comparing apples and oranges or is it more like comparing delicious apples to fuji apples?
Are graduates of the IB program as well prepared (or more?) than someone having taken a similar AP workload?