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To get into the college of their choice students are getting International Baccalaureate diplomas from secondary schools

New York Times

The International Baccalaureate, or I.B., system is especially popular in countries like Nepal, where national education diplomas are not easily recognized by foreign universities.

It has become “international currency,” according to Judith Fabian, the International Baccalaureate’s chief academic officer.

According to their own figures, there are 1,836 universities worldwide that recognize the system.

“The recognition it has been given by universities is a measure of success of creating of well-rounded individuals,” Ms. Fabian said by telephone.

The American S.A.T., which formerly stood for the Scholastic Assesment Test, is now considered by hundreds of universities in more 60 countries, according to Leslie Sepuka of the College Board, the nonprofit association that runs the exam.

More than two million students worldwide took the S.A.T. each year, according to Ms. Sepuka.


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