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International Baccalaureate (IB) Result for Class 10 and Class 12

International Baccalaureate (IB) Result for Class 10 and Class 12
International Baccalaureate (IB) Result for Class 10 and Class 12

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About IB

The International Baccalaureate or IB is as the name suggests an International Board for Education active in India as well as many other countries around the world. The Board aims at teaching the students how to think critically and independently and also how to query with care and logic. The Board operates through the help of IB teachers and volunteers in almost 5000 schools globally spread over 150 countries. IB strives to improve the quality of education around the world. It offers four different programs for students of the age of 3-19.

Expected Arrival of IB Board Class 10 and Class 12  Results 2018

The results of the May session of 2018 are expected to arrive in the month of July. The students are advised to keep calm and do some of their post-result work of research for admission to various Universities during this time.

How to Check the Result of Class 10 and Class 12 for IB Board

The results of the candidates can be checked by following the mentioned steps if the course coordinator allows for it.

  1. Visit the results page of IB here.
  2. Enter your Personal Code and PIN
  3. The result will be displayed
  4. Take print-out for future reference

Grading System of IB Board 2018

The assessments of the students are done on the standards of the international level. The assessment tests the extent to which the students have mastered the advanced skills of the academic curriculum. They are assessed on the skills of analyzing and presenting the learned/gathered information, constructing and evaluating arguments, creatively solving problems, retaining the acquired information, applying the standard methods. The assessment is done by checking the performance on a set standard and not by competitive marking among the students. IB uses both internal and external assessment methods. The external assessment includes essays, short-response, data-response, text-response and case-study questions. The internal assessment includes the oral work in languages along with fieldwork in subjects like geography, laboratory work in science, investigation work in mathematics and the overall artistic performance. The end results of the course are graded on a scale of 1 (lowest) and 7 (highest). The reflective projects within a course are graded from A to E, A being the highest. The IB assures the quality of its schools by making them participate in an ongoing process of review and development.

Previous Year Result of IB Board

With the results declared on Wednesday, it was clear that Mumbai students did exceptionally well in the Diploma (Class 12 Equivalent) Program Test of IB.

The IBDP results are declared as grade points. Rahil Bathwal, a student of Jamnabai Narsee international School of Juhu scored the highest of 45/45 points. Pranav Khemka came second with 43 points with 40 students scoring above 40. 32 out of 103 students scored between 35 and 39 points.

It was pointed out by various school Principal’s that the result of the present year were better than those of the previous year. Ritik Chopra was the topper (44 points) in Podar International School in Khair. 

Out of the 52 exam takers at the school, most of the students scored above 40 points while bagging 6 and 7 points in the individual subjects. “We had opted for new subjects such as environmental studies ans Spanish which help us scores”, said Vandana Lulla, the Director and Principal of the school.

In a similar fashion, the highest score at SVKM’s JV Parekh International School, Vile Parle was 40 points. 65% of 37 students received 33 points with around 39% scoring 6 and 7 points. The Principal of the school, Swaminathan said that around 60% students of the batch received admission in Universities in Toronto, British Columbia, California, Edinburgh, Illinois Urbana Champagne and King’s College London.

 

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