Results

Congratulations Class of 2020!

We are delighted to announce that the IB Diploma results for the Class of 2020 maintain the Marymount tradition of high academic achievement.

100% Pass Rate:

For the third year in a row, Marymount graduates achieved a 100% pass rate in the IB Diploma, compared with a global pass rate of 79%.

Average score (before remarks): 37 points

Our average score has been maintained consistently for the last eight years. Globally, this score is achieved by the top 15% of all students taking the IB Diploma exam. The world average is 29.9 points.

40+ points

A very impressive 28% of our students scored 40 points or above (which is higher than A*A*A*A* at A-levels) and is typically only achieved by only 5% of students worldwide.

38+points

50% of our students achieved 38 points or above (the equivalent of A*AA), which places them in the top 10% globally.

Bilingual IB Diploma

The School is proud of the truly international education it offers and of the way it prepares its graduates for top-tier universities and global careers. Marymount graduates are multilingual, culturally fluent and instinctively internationally minded, and the Class of 2020 is no different, representing as they do 32 different countries and with 41% achieving a Bilingual Diploma.

Top University Destinations

To date, confirmed university destinations include Durham, UCL, Manchester, Warwick, Edinburgh, St. Andrews, King’s College London, and UCLA and Emory in the USA. Others are heading for top universities in Japan, Europe, South Korea and Canada.

Well done, Class of 2020!

 

The School is recognised by the DfE (MAIS/CISC) and is accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the Middle States Association of Colleges & Schools (MSA). Marymount is a member of the Independent Schools Council (ISC), Girls’ Schools Association (GSA), the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS) and the Boarding Schools Association (BSA). The School is an International Baccalaureate World School.

Students’ academic work is assessed according to the scale used by the International Baccalaureate Organisation, which grades work from 1 to 7, with 7 being the highest level, “excellent”.

 

 


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