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  1. Yes, you can. It only applies to special cases in which students want to study medicine in India, Pakistan, and the Netherlands. In these cases, your school ib coordinator has to contact the IBO so that you can get your diploma and not do group 3. However, if you're ib coordinator doesn't do that, you most likely will not receive your diploma which would be really bad. Taking 3 sciences isn't a part of the diploma and it isn't recommended bc group 3 classes are really essential and will help you so much later on. Anyways, hope this helped!
  2. Hey there! As far as I'm aware, most universities don't have specific subject requirements for Law. Essay based subjects are really good though. Usually, students take HL History and HL English A Literature for Law and they greatly help in Law. Some people also recommend HL Math as well, however, this isn't completely neck carry. So ya, HL History, English Lit, and maybe Math too. Hope this helped!
  3. I don't think so. As far as I am aware of, you can only do ab initio if you have done 1 year or less of the language. Check with your counselor or teachers, your school may allow you to do it.
  4. Hey! I will be starting the IBDP next year as well, so take my advice with a grain of salt as I haven't taken any of these classes yet. I would say choose Spanish ab initio. This is because you clearly have 0 interest in French and you need to be interested in your DP subjects in order to do well in them. Spanish will be a fresh start and you may learn to love languages this way. I've also heard that it's relatively easy, but, instead of choosing subject bc they're "easy", ask your yourself, will you motivated enough in that subject in order to do well in it? I hope this helped!