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Halo everyone,

I am a student studying IB in Hong Kong. I was planning to apply for Peking University in China and this is my last year learning IB.

I have done some research on http://www.oir.pku.edu.cn/en/ The website doesn't mention about International Baccalaureate. So I am quite wondering....whether Peking University accepts IB score or not. And if they do accept, how and when shall I apply? After the mock exam in 2012.1 or after the final exam in 2012.5 ?

P.S. I want to apply for the Department of Chinese Language and Literature.

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As you are applying for chinese lang. and lit., I would assume that you speak Chinese at a native level hence I'll explain it in chinese.

IB在中国是不被承认的所以如果你想要申请中国的大学你需要参加另外的考试。对于中国籍的学生来说,高考是上北大的唯一途径。 对于中国香港,中国澳门及中华民国籍的学生,可以参加港澳台及华侨高考,录取分数线相对普通高考能低上200分。

其它国籍的考生需要参加北大组织的招生考试,形式与中国高考类似,但我想难度应该有很大差距。对于中文系来说,我认为有99%的可能性你需要考文科卷。如果是海外华人的话,必须是在07年4月30日之前取得的外国国籍。注意,招生有笔试以及面试。

IB在中国是完全不被承认的---北大的留学生招生简章是 http://www.oir.pku.edu.cn/newoir/stuab/doc/2011/cn/2011.pdf

北大和清华是多少中国人做梦也不敢想的学校-起码我不敢。对于中国人来说,考上北大清华的难度要比考上哈佛耶鲁的难度还要高。但是对于外籍考生来说,其实是非常简单的。

祝你好运,北京欢迎你。

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of course it's difficult. It's the top university in China of course it's difficult -but I was talking about the relative difficulty: if you were able to get more than 40 in IB and you were to sit the 港澳台华侨生高考, I'm sure you stand a high chance to get in PKU - it's approachable with effort for all those non-mainland Chinese nationals. 我是土生土长的北京人IB考了41分考上的英国的imperial college,如果我参加高考的话,我是百分之一千的考不上北大的

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