Exceptional IB examination results

St Clare’s is pleased to announce an outstanding set of results in the May 2018 exams. This reflects the outstanding work of students and staff together.

We achieved:

  • Once again an outstandingly high IB score of 36 points against a world average of 30
  • Nearly all our students gained higher than the world average for IB
  • 65% of our students gained 35 points or better, the equivalent of AAA at A Level
  • For the 12th time in 13 years, we have a student gaining 45 points, a result gained by only 0.2% of students around the world
  • 22 of our subjects were at least one full point above the world average
  • In 4 subjects, 100% of students gained a 7
  • In 11 subjects more than half the grades awarded were 7s
  • Physics and Chemistry HL had over 40% of their grades at 7

 

  2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Mean score

 

37 36 37 36 36 36
Students with 40 points or more 31% 25% 26% 24% 25% 20%
Students with 30 points or more 92% 87% 98% 93% 94% 93%
Students with 24 points or more 99% 100% 100% 100% 98% 99%

The maximum score is 45 points and the pass mark is 24 points.

Mean score Students with 40
points or more
2013 37 31%
2014 36 25%
2015 37 26%
2016 36 24%
2017 36 25%
2018 36 20%
Students with
30 points or more
Students with
24 points or more
2013 92% 99%
2014 87% 100%
2015 98% 100%
2016 93% 100%
2017 94% 98%
2018 93% 99%

The maximum score is 45 points and the pass mark is 24 points.

Further Reading

How we support your personal career journey

Pre-IB work-related learning day Our Pre-IB work-related learning day took place on Wednesday 13 February 2019. The aim was to promote teamwork and give students the opportunity to develop key employability skills. Our students were asked to design and construct a...

St Clare’s global citizens making a difference

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IB Orientation Olympics

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