Use “International Baccalaureate exam(s)” on first mention; after that, “IB exam(s).”
Capitalize this term used to refer to original inhabitants of a place. “Aboriginal leaders welcomed a new era of Indigenous relations in Australia.” “Bolivia’s Indigenous peoples represent some 62% of the population.”
initials in names:
Try to avoid middle initials in publications unless a person typically uses them as part of his or her name. Initials can be used as part of a signature (“UC Provost Jane M. Smith”). Note that a space is typically used between two initials in a name (“E. B. White”). One exception to this rule: Former UC Santa Cruz Chancellor M.R.C. Greenwood uses no spaces between initials.
Lowercase. Avoid using “on the internet;” use “online.”
Do not capitalize (an intranet is one of many)