Grading and Assessment

International Baccalaureate

IB subjects are graded on a scale of 1-7. 1 is the lowest mark: 7 the highest: 4 is a satisfactory pass. A minimum score of 24 points overall is required for the IB Diploma. In addition there are a number of passing and failing conditions, such as lower grades in one or two subjects being compensated for by higher grades in others at the same level. A maximum score of 45 is achieved by an extra 3 points for theory of Knowledge and the extended essay. Students receive progress grades twice a term and predicted grades five times over the course of two years to support the university guidance process. In addition students are given an effort grade on an A-e scale where A is the highest and e the lowest achievement level. During progress grade tutorials, students receive updates on attendance.

Reports

Reports on student performance in both their academic studies and their general involvement. 

 

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