Posts Tagged ‘International Baccalaureate’
Tonight/Today/This morning/This afternoon is the time when hundreds of people will be quietly sat around their computer with their finger over the refresh button as they await the release of IB examination results for May 2012. Results are retrieved online with different schools having different release times. Interestingly, some students have been notified by their school of their results, which seems to suggest that schools have already had access to the results of their candidates.
Global statistics have been released by the IBO (see here). Notably, “On average, Diploma students scored 29.83 with 109 achieving the maximum score of 45 points.”
The Exam Schedule for International Baccalaureate Diploma Program Examinations May 2012 has been finalized and is now available at http://www.ibo.org/documentlibrary/examinationschedules/index.cfm.
My personal exam schedule doesn’t come out too badly. I do have exams almost every day of from the 30th of April until the 17th of May. But there’s only one day in which I have two papers, and they happen to be on the same subject, so worse case scenario, I have one evening to do some final revision for each subject.