IB Diploma Programme Results
Although our students are so much more than a two-digit number on their exams, it is important for our community to know how our students perform from year to year. IGBIS is proud of the human beings that we help create, including their academic performance.
In the IB DP, points are awarded from 1 to 7, with a 7 being the highest grade possible. Up to three additional points are awarded depending on the grades achieved in the Core which includes the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge course for a total possible score of 45. The global average is generally around 30 points with a pass rate of 80%. In order to receive an IB Diploma, a minimum score of 24 is required with a minimum of 12 points coming from the HL subjects and 9 from the SL subjects. Regardless of the final exam scores, student must also satisfactorily complete the Core as failing to complete the requirements of CAS, the EE or TOK will negate the awarding of a diploma.
IGBIS students’ university and colleges acceptances
IB Career-related Programme Results
Every CP student must complete the four elements of the CP core; the reflective project, service learning, personal and professional skills, and language development. The reflective project is assessed by the school and moderated and graded by the IB. They are graded from A to E, with A being the highest.
In addition, every CP student must take at least two DP courses in which points are awarded from 1 to 7, with a 7 being the highest grade possible. Furthermore, students need to complete their career-related studies. For the Art and Design programme at IGBIS, students need to pass five SCAD university courses. They are graded from A to E, with A being the highest.
To achieve the CP certificate, students must achieve a 3 or above in at least two of their chosen DP courses, a D or above in their reflective projects, and a C or above in all five SCAD/university courses.