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Anticipated IB scores

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Hi everyone,

So Uni applications are due soon and I'm a bit confused over the IB scores.

Mac's Health Sci program (very popular) needs an anticipated IB score of 36 points and average above 90%.

Would I still be eligible for admission if I was able to keep my average well over the 90s, but not reach the anticipated score (getting 35 or 34 instead)?

If the IB is going to hinder my chances of getting in, is it mandatory to include anticipated IB scores?

Just a bit flustered with the system. Thanks.

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You should try to get the anticipated IB score as much as you can. Otherwise you should clearly explain in the application why you are still worth consideration even when you have not met the minimum requirements.

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