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Are IB/AP transfer credits accepted?


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BlondeToast
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Everywhere I have looked has given me a vague answer. Academic advisors have given me vague answers.

Would anyone happen to know if AP/IB credits are accepted in AGPA calculations? Or are even accepted in general? I am about to complete my BA and will have 84 credit hours of uni classes and 6 credit hours of IB transfer credits.

Any insight would be lovely 😁

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BlondeToast
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Ok. Found this on the most recently posted bulletin.

 

So this confirms that they are accepted?

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Turtles
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You don't submit your high school transcript or IB transcript. Your high school and the IBO are most likely not an "accredited institution". The term presumably refers to colleges and universities accredited by a provincial or territorial authority to issue college/university degrees.

You only submit your college/university transcript(s). Your college/university transcript will only count IB credits as ungraded credit hours since the institution did not grade them, and as a consequence, any grades for the IB courses will remain unknown and not play into AGPA.

IB transfer credits are only relevant in so far as they fill out your undergraduate degree requirements to make you graduation eligible.

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BlondeToast
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Okay. However upon looking at my university of manitoba transcript it clearly states that my 6 credit hour IB credit is graded as B+ and is included in my final GPA. So it isn't exactly "unknown" or "ungraded".

 

Maybe every institution is different? 

 

 

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