International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (16-19 years)
IB AssessmentStudents take written examinations at the end of the programme, which are marked by external IB examiners. Students also complete assessment tasks in the school, which are either initially marked by teachers and then moderated by external moderators or sent directly to external examiners. The maximum points that a student can score in each subject is 7 points. The IB has a 45-point scale -7 points for six subjects totaling 42, and three points together for TOK and Extended Essay, totaling 45. The school assessment term wise will be patterned on the IBDP examinations.
The IB diploma is awarded to students who gain at least 24 points, subject to certain minimum levels of performance across the whole programme and to satisfactory participation in the creativity, action, service requirement. The highest total that a Diploma Programme student can be awarded is 45 points.