IB Diploma Results – Singapore Class of 2019

According to the IBO (International Baccalaureate Organisation), the IB Programme aims to go above and beyond other curricula by developing inquisitive, knowledgeable, and caring young people that are motivated to succeed.

Within the IB curriculum, the IB Diploma is a challenging programme for students aged 16 to 19 years. It is an important step in preparing this age group for university and beyond. The programme has gained huge recognition within the most prestigious universities, and its results are accepted as entry requirements to most universities worldwide.

 

Universities value the rigour and consistency of the Diploma Programme

During the two years of the IB Diploma, students have assessment tasks and their performance is measured against specific criteria. Those criteria are based on the objectives and aims of each subject, instead of being comparable to the performance of other students. This allows for the range of scores to remain statistically stable.

At the end of the two year programme, students take their final examinations. These exams are marked by external IB examiners. Exams usually take place during the month of May, and the results are published at the beginning of July.

Any school wishing to offer the IB Diploma needs to be authorised and complete the requirements and procedures required from all participating schools.

 

IB Diploma Results in Singapore

Given the recognition of the IB Diploma programme, many international schools are opting to include this programme within their curriculum. In Singapore, there are several schools following the IB Diploma; some of which have great experience, whereas others started more recently, one or two years ago.

In the last exams which were held in May 2019, a total of 1,544 students participated. The tables below show a summary of the IB Diploma results in Singapore for the Class of 2019.

 

 

RANKING By Highest IB Diploma Score
RankInternational SchoolHighestAveragePass RateStudents intake
1ACS Anglo-Chinese School Independent*4541.5100%444
2TTS Tanglin Trust School4538.2100%168*
3GIIS Global Indian School4537.0100%NA
4UWCSEA4536.699%561
5Dulwich College4536.4NANA
6AIS Australian International School *4535.4100%NA
7CIS Canadian International School4534.198%NA
8Singapore Sports School *4440.0NANA
9NPS International School4437.4100%60
10Hwa Chong International School *4437.098%135
11Chatsworth International School4436.0100%NA
12ISS International School4232.098%NA
13Dover Court International School4133.0100%8
14Nexus International School4133.085%NA
15SOTA School of Arts Singapore *4039.0100%160
16SAIS Stamford American International School4031.090%124
17SJI St. Joseph’s Institution International *NA41.0100%269
18GEMS World Academy SingaporeNANANANA
19GESSNANANANA
20HWA Hillside World AcademyNANANANA
21OFS Overseas Family SchoolNANANANA

 

 

RANKING By Average IB Diploma Score
RankInternational SchoolHighestAveragePass RateStudents intake
1ACS Anglo-Chinese School Independent*4541.5100%444
2SJI St. Joseph’s Institution International *NA41.0100%269
3Singapore Sports School *4440.0NANA
4SOTA School of Arts Singapore *4039.0100%160
5TTS Tanglin Trust School4538.2100%168*
6NPS International School4437.4100%60
7GIIS Global Indian School4537.0100%NA
8Hwa Chong International School *4437.098%135
9UWCSEA4536.699%561
10Dulwich College4536.4NANA
11Chatsworth International School4436.0100%NA
12AIS Australian International School *4535.4100%NA
13CIS Canadian International School4534.198%NA
14Dover Court International School4133.0100%8
15Nexus International School4133.085%NA
16ISS International School4232.098%NA
17SAIS Stamford American International School4031.090%124
18GEMS World Academy SingaporeNANANANA
19GESSNANANANA
20HWA Hillside World AcademyNANANANA
21OFS Overseas Family SchoolNANANANA

 

Please note that some results refer to the Class of 2018, as some of the international schools took the IB exam in November 2018.

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