How to Send IB Scores to Colleges

How to Send IB Scores to Colleges

To send your International Baccalaureate (IB) scores to colleges, you generally need to follow these steps:

Access the IB Candidate Results website: Visit the official IB Candidate Results website at https://candidates.ibo.org and log in using your personal login credentials. This website allows you to request the release of your IB scores to colleges.

Request the release of your scores: Once you’re logged in, navigate to the appropriate section or menu that allows you to request score reports to be sent to colleges. The exact location may vary slightly depending on the website’s design, but there should be clear instructions guiding you through the process.

Provide recipient details: You’ll need to enter the names and addresses of the colleges or universities where you want your IB scores to be sent. Make sure to double-check the accuracy of the recipient information to ensure the scores reach the correct institutions.

Pay any required fees: There may be fees associated with sending IB scores to colleges. The amount varies depending on the number of reports requested and the destination. Check the fee structure provided on the website and proceed with the payment using the accepted payment methods.

Confirm and submit: Review the information you’ve entered, including recipient details and payment, and confirm that everything is accurate. Once you’re satisfied, submit your request.

Track the status: After submitting your request, you should receive a confirmation or reference number. Keep this information safe, as you may need it to track the status of your score report requests. You can typically track the progress on the IB Candidate Results website or contact the International Baccalaureate organization directly for updates.

It’s important to note that the specific process may vary slightly depending on your country or region. If you encounter any difficulties or have further questions, it’s advisable to reach out to your school’s IB coordinator or the International Baccalaureate organization for guidance tailored to your situation.