What are the benefits of an AICE diploma?

The best advantage of the AICE program is that students are given the flexibility to choose a challenging course of study that best meets their abilities and interests. Students determine which courses they want to take and are able to create a schedule of courses that are relevant to their future goals.

What are pre AICE classes?

Pre-AICE courses taken primarily during the 9th & 10th grade prepare students for AICE-level (college level) courses. Student’s first AICE-level course is taken in 10th grade, and more are added each year during 11th & 12th grade. Each AICE-level course culminates with a Cambridge exam.

Does AICE count as college credit?

A: Yes. All of the colleges and universities in Florida honor AICE Exams and give credit for passing scores. Q: How many college credits can be earned through AICE? A: Colleges and universities can award between 30 and 45 credit hours.

What is Cambridge AICE?

The Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) Diploma is an international curriculum and examination system that emphasises the value of broad and balanced study.

Does Harvard accept AICE credits?

– All of the Ivies recognize AICE classes. Harvard for example: “The minimum required for advanced standing credit is 3 A Levels with Grade A. They’ll evaluate your courses based on what your school offers, so don’t worry that your school doesn’t have many APs.

What does U mean in AICE?


Is AICE and AP the same?

AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education) is a program from Cambridge University and AP (Advanced Placement) is a College Board program. AICE tests are multiple days and may occur beyond the school year. AP tests are usually one day and are finished by the end of school year.

What are the benefits of Cambridge?

Benefits of a Cambridge education

  • International curriculum. Our curriculum sets a global standard for education, with programmes that stretch, challenge and inspire our students.
  • Teaching and learning.
  • Assessment.
  • International recognition.
  • Global community.
  • Parents and students.

Is British School harder than American school?

It depends honestly. I did some comparisons of exams, and it’s almost 50/50 for A Level vs AP. However, in general I would say UK students have it harder when it comes to exams, but many British people, like some down below ,take it too far by saying Americans are inferior to those of the UK, which is untrue.

Do colleges like AP or IB better?

AP is a good option for students who like to study on their own. Additionally, IB offers higher-level and standard-level courses. IB higher level is, at some high schools, considered harder than AP. Most colleges give credit for AP exams and higher-level IB exams, but not all give credit for standard-level IB exams.

How many college credits is an AICE class?

45 hours

Can I get into Harvard with IB?

The short answer is that Harvard does take IB scores into consideration. In fact, it is believed that a high scoring IB diploma (DP) correlates well with success in the Harvard application. Non-IB applicants have a 5.1% chance of enrolment as compared to 12.2% for IB DP holders.

Is AICE only in Florida?

Currently in the US, AICE is primarily offered in Florida high schools, though there are several other schools offering the diploma scattered throughout the country. In Canada, AICE is only available in Toronto, but there are schools affiliated with AICE throughout the world, primarily in Great Britain.