Download “What Grade Do I Need?” and simply input your predicted grades and the program you want to study, and find out what programs you could get into in under 1 minute!
“What Grade Do I Need?” features 24 different degree choices in over 580 universities in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and the Netherlands.
Download “What Grade Do I Need?” now and get over 1000 hours of admissions information in under 1 minute!
1) How do I use the app?
Start by choosing your program, “IB” meaning the “International Baccalaureate” diploma program or “A-Levels” meaning the British patterned, GCE, education.
Next, choose which country you would like to study in. There are 4 country choices, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Canada, the Netherlands and Australia.
Now pick which degree you would like to study, there are 26 options, ranging from Accounting to Visual Arts.
Depending on whether you have chosen the IB or A-Levels, as your program, there will be a different screen.
Fill out 6 of the course selections, picking your course of choice per group on the left and the predicted grade on the right.
Once the 6 courses have been filled out, you must enter your Extended Essay grade and your Theory of Knowledge grade.
On the left exists A-Level courses, and on the right exists the predicted grade of those A-Levels. Any number of courses can be filled out, but the majority of programs require 2 to 4 A-Levels for admission.
After submitting your courses and predicted grades, you should see a results page showing which universities are available for your given country and program.
You can change your grades (your previous choices will remain, all you have to do is edit them) and resubmit (see FAQ #3).
2) How do I go back?
To go back, please click one of the icons on the top. Chose the eye to change just your grades or the graduation cap to change your program and/or country as well, and see your new results!
3) Where did you get your information on admissions requirements?
Admission requirements for the International Baccalaureate, and GCE, have been collected from the websites of universities in Canada, Australia, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom themselves.
For universities in the United States, a variety of sophisticated regression techniques have been used to predict a competitive IB diploma score, and A-Level grades.
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