In School, students’ learning is marked via regular formative Assessments and two sets of formal examinations (Term 1 and Term 2) in both the years. In Year 2, an additional set of Practice Examination is conducted prior to the final IBDP Examination.
The IBDP employs internally and externally assessed components to assess learners’ performance. In most subjects, students complete in-school assessment tasks which are either externally assessed or marked by schoolteachers and then moderated by the IB. Students also take Written Examinations at the end of 2 years which are marked externally by IB Examiners.
Depending on their performance in Internal and External Assessments, students receive grades ranging from 7 to 1 for each subject, with 7 being the highest. A student’s final Diploma result score is made up of the combined scores for each subject. The diploma is awarded to students who gain at least 24 points, subject to certain minimum levels of performance including successful completion of the three essential elements of the DP core, which includes CAS, TOK, and EE. The students are awarded out of 3 points for their performance in these 3 DP Core elements. A student can get the highest total of 45 points. The assessments are done on the basis of the learning objectives of the individual subjects and the pre-decided assessment criteria.
Our institution is valued nationally and internationally for following and maintaining the ethos of the program; and consistently maintaining the rigor required to deliver great results each year.