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IB (Intl. Baccalaureate) and Wharton ED

katzeyezkatzeyez Posts: 22Registered User New Member
edited November 2012 in University of Pennsylvania
For Wharton ED,

I've had schedule conflicts and was forced to take the standard level. My predicted score is 7, but I hear that Wharton expects applicants to take the most rigorous classes.. especially when it comes to math. I did take (perhaps 'the' most) rigorous schedule in my graduating pool with 5HLs in 11th grade and 7 subjects in 12th (with History HL), but my SL Math somewhat holds me back from making up my mind.

So the questions are,
1. Does having taken Math SL put me in a serious disadvantage, even if I get 7?

2. Does taking extra IB subjects (other than 6) count as taking the 'rigorous' options?
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