Our self-assessment tool will allow you to determine whether you may be eligible for admission, what transfer credit you may be eligible to receive, and whether you may automatically qualify for a Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship.
You can also enter letter grades for Theory of Knowledge (TOK) and the Extended Essay, as well as bonus points, for consideration.
*The information you enter in the Self-Assessment Tool is not provided to the Admissions Office at the University of Saskatchewan. Applicants must submit statements of anticipated/predicted IB scores to the Admissions Office directly.
Enter your IB courses below along with your predicted/anticipated or final grades for your last year of study.
Students who will complete the IB Diploma Programme will be considered for admission based on a total score out of 45 possible points. Some programs at the USask require that applicants meet a minimum score to be eligible for admission. Others rank applicants competitively and admit only the top applicants.
The table below illustrates how your IB score will be converted to a percentage grade when considering you for admission or awards.
|IB Diploma Score
(with bonus points)
|USask Equivalent (%)||IB Diploma Score
(with bonus points)
|USask Equivalent (%)|
Students taking individual IB diploma courses will be considered for admission using a combination of high school (secondary) courses and IB diploma courses. IB diploma course scores out of 7 will be converted to a percentage grade to be used in an admission average calculation. Specific subjects and admission averages required will vary depending upon the area of study you plan to pursue.
|IB Course Grade||USask Equivalent (%)|
When you apply for admission to USask, your IB subjects and grades will be assessed to determine your eligibility to receive transfer credit. Up to 30 credit units, the equivalent of one full year of post-secondary study, may be applied toward your uSask degree program!
Six units of transfer credit will be awarded for most Higher Level (HL) subjects with grades of 5 or higher. Credit may also be granted for some Standard Level (SL) subjects with grades of 5 or higher, usually in the amount of 3 credit units per course.
USask also grants credit for the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge (TOK) with a minimum grade of B.
Once your transfer credit has been assessed, talk to an academic advisor in your college to learn how it may fit into your program of study.
Students who are awarded transfer credit may choose to decline the credit. To do so, you must consult an academic advisor in your college and complete the Decline Transfer Credit Form. If you choose to repeat a course for which you have already received credit, the grade may not be used by your college.