International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)
The IB Diploma is a two-year programme aimed at students aged 16-19, usually completed in the final two years of secondary education. As one of the most comprehensive programmes in the world, it offers a wide variety of subjects, of which students will choose 6 to study over the course of two years. Our expert IB tutors in Hong Kong help students plan and be prepared to achieve their academic goals. For more information about the IB diploma, please visit the IBO website: http://www.ibo.org/programmes/diploma-programme/
Our IB tutors in Hong Kong offer students an in-depth course to plan and prepare for their IB exams. Being one of their most important exams its imperative students to be fully prepared. With practice test preparations and years of tuition experience, we have a track record helping students achieve their goals.
On average, students attain a Level 6 or above for every subject taken at All-Round Education Academy. On average each student that joins us ends up taking up more than two subjects, which adds up to a minimum average of a two-point increase as a whole. From these results, our students have gone on to competitively apply to top universities all around the world.
“The IB tutors from All-Round Education Academy not only made me feel prepared for my exams due to the well-structured lessons, the ability to email them any questions I had, but also by creating a comforting environment. Their welcoming personality, encouraging attitude towards their students made All-Round Education Academy my first choice when I needed a tutor.” – Adrian, Island School Graduate (Adrian went up from a 32 to a 37 in three months, he took up IB HL Business and Management, IB HL English Language and Literature and IB SL Math Studies at AREA).
“Alistair got into UCL with a scholarship to study Psychology and it was all because of the help we received from your team.” – Parents of Alistair who is now a student at UCL (he took up IB HL Physics, HL Math, and HL Psychology)
Accessing examiner’s reports to specifically assess what actual examiners are directly looking for.
Learner-centered paradigm so that students construct knowledge through gathering and synthesizing information and integrating it with the skills of inquiry, communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving.