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Retake Accelerated Programme
EIB understands that for some schools delivering a programme of instruction for retake candidates is one of the obstacles to offering students the possibility of accessing the November examination session. With this in mind we want to assist you and your students.
On your behalf and in partnership we can deliver a programme of instruction tailored to the individual needs of each of your retake candidates.
The modules of study will be available from September to November, where students will either be able to build their own study schedule using feedback from your subject teacher and IB DPC, or follow our recommended structure. Historically, this has been a collaborative process between the student, the school and EIB. In some instances we have helped students source centres to sit their exams. This year, you can work online with EIB and IB world teachers to help students sitting N21 exams study with IB world school teachers and reduce the burden on your IBDP coordinator and teaching staff and help your students to achieve higher marks in retake subjects. With November registration deadlines being August 31st, we can work with you to propose a potential tuition program, while you consider registration for the N21 session.
During the course, we are open to providing teachers access to the student's LMS area so you can follow your students progress. Class teachers can be put in contact with EIB course leaders upon request, please contact us for more information. Each student will have the option to add their class teacher as a user on our LMS system, meaning you as an educator will have access to lesson recording and learning materials, so that if your student is also attending school classes, you can work in collaboration with the EIB course leader to provide ongoing support for students.
In addition, we will be providing predicted grades for individual students who attend our course. These will come with supporting evidence, in the form of assignments that have been submitted over the duration of course, as well as virtually-invigilated mock exams. These can be given either to the school directly, or to the student and family to help monitor progress or assist with awarding predicted grades should your school be following the non-exam route in N21.
Please also read IB guidance about exam options here: https://www.ibo.org/news/news-about-the-ib/covid-19-coronavirus-updates/.