The IB is a worldwide, nonprofit education program founded to give all students the opportunity to receive an education fit for a globalizing world.
There are four IB education programs, all of which are intended to develop students' intellectual, emotional, personal and social skills.
IB results are released on July 5th, but they are available to you online a day later, on July 6th. It’s up to your school or college whether they want to provide them on paper first.
You’ll see that you need your personal code and your PIN to log in. Your IB Coordinator will have provided these to you earlier in the year.
Like any qualification, the IB has its advantages and disadvantages. Pros include:
Explore the IB carefully before deciding whether it's the right step for you.
Think about your learning style and how far you feel you can push yourself academically to achieve a good IB result. Also consider if you want to go to university, and if the IB will be valued enough to get you into the instiutions you may wish to apply to.
For more help and advice, please see our IB guide.