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AIC International Baccalaureate Diploma League Table

The IB Diploma is marked on a world-wide scale, where each subject is graded from 1 (lowest) to 7 (highest possible score) for all six subjects.  Marks are also allocated for the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge.   Students must get a total of 24 points and fulfil other criteria in order to receive the IB Diploma.

The marks are internationally moderated so that the same standards apply throughout the world.

AIC students have ten times the rate of scoring the perfect total, and three times as many students achieve the top score for an individual subject.

Our schools results from 2007 - 2011:

AIC 2007 -2011
World 2010
Pass rate
Average Points (out of 45)
34.2 points
30 points
40 + points *
Individual Subject Score of 7 
(7 = highest possible subject score)

*Students with 38+ points usually apply to the world's top 20 universities. 

Source: The IB Diploma Programme Statistical Bulletin, May 2010 (May 2011 stats will be available from November 2011)