IB Diploma Examinations

Each year two IB Diploma examinations sessions are held, in May and in November; the examinations results are published, respectively, at the beginning of July and of January. An IB Diploma candidate can gain from grade "1" (the lowest) to grade "7" (the highest) in each subject. Additionally, they can gain 3 points maximum for the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge combined. Hence, the highest possible result is 45 points (6 subjects x 7 points + 3 points for the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge).

Theory of Knowledge and the Extended Essay are graded from "E" (the lowest grade) to "A" (the highest grade). The combination of grades for these two Diploma components is subsequently converted into points according to a special Diploma points matrix - see here.

A candidate is entitled to three IB Diploma examinations session maximum.

A candidate will NOT be awarded IB Diploma if

  1. CAS requirements have not been met;
  2. candidate's total points are fewer than 24;
  3. an "N" has been given for Theory ok Knowledge, Extended Essay or for a contributing subject;
  4. a grade "E" has been awarded for one or both of Theory of Knowledge and the Extended Essay;
  5. there is a grade "1" awarded in a subject / level;
  6. grade "2" has been awarded three or more times (HL or SL);
  7. grade "3" or below has been awarded four or more times (HL or SL);
  8. candidate has gained fewer than 12 points on HL subjects (for candidates who register for four HL subjects, the three highest grades count);
  9. candidate has gained fewer than 9 points on SL subjects (candidates who register for two SL subjects must gain at least 5 points at SL).

 

 

 

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