Pack: This is really hard to work out – if Applications SL remains accessible for students with low IGCSE grades, and Applications HL contains a subset of these questions, then that would suggest that the Applications HL would be significantly easier than the current HL course. But generally they are happier to see HL at 6 than SL at 7.

For schools that do no require either at HL (usually American and Canadian schools), basically to be competitive you need a 7 in A/A SL along with a really good application. (c) SL IA investigations 2011-2012: Some more investigations with teacher guidance. I double down on my belief that A/I HL is slightly more difficult just because a lot of the A/I HL only topics and are quite abstract. Hi! Which one would you recommend? There is also a fully typed up mark scheme. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, M21 | Math HL/EE, Lit HL, FrB SL, HistAm HL, DT HL, Chem SL + AP. 4.6: Implicit differentiation and related rates 6.2: Angles of measure, 6.3: Ratios and identities I think for most schools A/A SL is sufficient, but you can try taking one of the HLs (both are perfectly fine for economics and engineering) if you want to be competitive. I want to be a pilot when i grow up, I don"t know if i should take AA SL or AI HL because AI SL is too low and AA HL is too high for me. Math AI SL is the definition of a useless IB course.

I'm starting ib next fall and I'm currently trying to figure out which math would suit my future plans.

(e) Koch snowflakes: This is a nice investigation into fractals. Let's just say there is a school that has a 60% probability of admitting you if you get 6 in A/A HL. Together this is around 100 pages of content. Here is a breakdown of the subjects. The truth of the matter is, AI HL has nearly half of Further Math HL curriculum. 1.2: Arithmetic and geometric sequences and series