IB Diploma assessments and requirements
IB course results are determined by the results of student conduct on…
- Exams taken during May of final year of course
- Other written and project tasks determined by specific courses
- Sent to IB examiners around the world to be "externally assessed"
- Moderated (re-scored) by additional examiners to assure quality control
- Assignments and assessment criteria set by the IBO
- Work done over time, giving student added control over quality
- Works submitted by students and “Internally Assessed” by teacher
- Samples of assessed work sent to IB for moderation
- Usually comprised approximately 20-25% of student’s IB grade
- Final IB grade for the course will be determined by combining all internal and external assessment scores (each component comprising a certain percentage of IB grade)
- IB grades range from 1-7, with “4” considered “passing”
- Awarding of IB Diploma is contingent upon aggregate of scores from all IB exams. For specific requirements and contingencies, see Awarding of the IB Diploma.
- Completion and submission of Extended Essay
- Completion of all CAS requirements