IB Diploma Results 2016
The TISA Class of 2016, comprising 15 students, produced another set of results above expectations, and for the third year in a row, ensure that our DP results are above the world average.
92% of our students passed the diploma, with an average total points score was 32, 2 points above the world average, with 66% of our students scoring above the world average. 27% scored 35 points or above, a benchmark for entering top universities worldwide. Our top points scorer achieved 39 points. In 18 out of 25 subjects, TISA was above the world average, and 92% achieved 1 or more bonus points from their Extended Essay and TOK, again well above the world average.
TISA is a school where we value and celebrate the achievement of all of our students. Our aim is for every DP student to reach their potential, and we celebrate with those students who achieve this, no matter what the score may be.
As ever, many thanks to all DP teachers for their continued efforts to improve our results year-on-year, particularly Leon McCluskey, DP Pastoral Coordinator, Sarah Borgerding, Counsellor, and Dianne Caskie and Kevin Bradley, DP2 Homeroom teachers.
TISA IB Diploma Statistics 2016
|Number of candidates||15|
|Average points (max. 45)||32|
|Average points worldwide (max. 45)||30|
|Highest diploma score||39|
|Average grade obtained||5.18|
|TISA pass rate percentage||92|
TISA IB Diploma Statistics 2010-16