As an IB student, I would select the following profiles to be taken out: “Principled and “Balanced”. Being principled doesn’t necessarily apply to studying IB, and one doesn’t have to be in order to succeed as an IB student. While the profile of being balanced is only idealistically possible because no one is completely balanced, physically, emotionally and intellectually.
I would replace these two with “Competitive” and “Disciplined”. If an IB student had to be competitive, it would allow them to make the most out of their current skills, and push themselves to create the best possible results beyond their current limits. Self-Disciplined, because IB students need to be aware that only they are the ones who have the power to motivate themselves to achieve and work harder. It teaches them that they are the ones who will determine their future and nobody else.