Well done to all our IB students 2020
You may be delighted to learn that our IB students have, in this strangest of years, achieved a fabulous set of results.
av point score = 39 (Global av = 30)
52% of candidates scored 40 or more
87% of HL (higher level) grades are at 6 or 7
1 candidate scored a full 45 points
Very high av core score (extended essay, theory of knowledge, creativity/activity/service) of 2.3
90% of students into high ranking first choice Universities, with 3 students into Oxbridge
Wide range of courses at destination universities: psychology, aerospace engineering, medicine, commercial management & quantity surveying, English Literature, PPE, child nursing
Outcomes such as these wouldn't be possible without the vast amounts of effort and care that our staff have provided to these students, not just during the last couple of years, but throughout their time at the Abbey School. Well done to everyone involved.
Please contact us if you would like to join us and be a part of a fabulous Sixth Form IB or A-level programme in 2020/21 at [email protected]
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