Congrats to all the new graduates! As for myself, i finished my final year of my 2nd undergrad degree (graduated 1 year ago (3 years at college) in political science, getting 2nd degree in sociology)). Decided to do an extra year b/c i didn't think i was quite ready for law school. Two degrees earned now, i'm getting ready to transition from seasoned college student to law school nublett. On a different note, i'd caution you (Keysmash) on taking full IB. I have had the luxury of going to the only school in Louisiana that offers it (most exceptional schools here use AP, ours uses both programs) and i'd say only do it if you are confident that you can succeed in it. I wasn't a particularly phenomenal student in high school (B average would describe me), yet i did take ~3-4 IB classes (History, Geography, Art, Math). The classes are in some ways tougher than some entry-level college courses, and if you want to succeed you will have to put in a great deal of work if you want to earn an A in them and score high (i'm assuming it still uses the 7 point scale). If you're a straight A student, take it. My sister who currently attends UGA (received offers from Tulane, UVA, Duke, other acceptable institutions) was a straight A student and took the diploma program. Although it was stressful at times, she did perform well in it. Basically, it comes down to how much you think you can devote to studying for the program.