Congratulations Class of 2013!
We are delighted to announce that over 20% of our students have scored 40+ points putting them in the top 4% worldwide.
45 points (full score):
One of our students, Haru Okaniwa, achieved a full score of 45 points putting her in the top 0.2% worldwide. Haru deserves special congratulations as she continues this steady Marymount tradition.
Congratulations to our two Oxford University candidates who have both met their offers. Susan Xue and Oranand Sukhasvasti are due to read Mathematics and Japanese respectively. Susan’s results are all the more remarkable since she took on the extra challenge of a seventh subject - Further Mathematics - where she achieved a full score. This is taken by barely a hundred brave students in the world and is known as the world's hardest exam.
Over 50% of our student body received bilingual Diplomas - awarded to those who show their advanced fluency in English whilst retaining a profound knowledge of another language, reflecting the truly international composition of our students.
Our average point score of 35 points, over the last three years, has been maintained which positions us well above the world average of 29.6 points. This is extremely pleasing, especially in light of our of entry selection which focuses on the student and her potential to flourish rather than solely on academic scores.
Many thanks to Faculty, Staff and Parents for their unwavering support and dedication!
- Oxford – University College and St Hilda’s College
- University of Bristol
- Durham University
- Cardiff University
- University of Exeter
- University of Nottingham
- UCL University of London
- University of Warwick
- University of York
- Royal Holloway, University of London
- Royal Veterinary College (University of London)
- Central St Martin's, University of the Arts, London
- University of Westminster
- Manchester University
- University of Surrey
- Kingston University
- University of Bradford
- Richmond, The American International University in London
- Bournemouth College of Art
- Tokyo University, Japan
- Waseda University, Japan
- Hong Kong University
- Royal College of Surgeons Dublin, Ireland
- Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, Spain
- Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne, Switzerland
- Ecole Europeenne d'Osteopathie, Paris, France