The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) Celebrates International Baccalaureate Results

The past six months have been a somewhat tumultuous time for International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma students who completed the prestigious IB Diploma earlier this year. The May 2020 examinations were cancelled due to COVID-19 and the results based on coursework and historical data which the International Baccalaureate Organization released in July, were subject to global reassessment.

However, the achievements of students from The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) have now been finalised and, in keeping with previous years, ISKL outperformed the worldwide IB Diploma average score by over five points with a Diploma average of 35 points. The worldwide IB Diploma average was 29.9 points. Two students from ISKL were among 142 students worldwide to achieve a perfect score of 45 points, placing them in the top one percent of IBDP candidates worldwide. In total, 24 percent of students scored 40 or more points which typically places them in the top ten percent of worldwide results. 22 percent of students earned a Bilingual Diploma in Dutch, Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and Swedish.

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