Tanglin Trust School, which is typically among the top three international schools in Singapore for the IB, has an average score of 38.7 which is more than 8 points higher than the global average of 30.24.
There was a cohort of 57 students and the pass rate was 100%. One student
achieved the top score of 45 points and 63% of the cohort scored 38 points or more. 100% of students scored 30 points or more.
Three students achieved the Bilingual Diploma.
Tanglin is one of only a few international schools in Singapore to offer both the IBDP and A Levels at sixth form level (Years 12 – 13); there are around 320 students in the Sixth Form overall.
Craig Considine, CEO of Tanglin Trust School commented:
"It was wonderful to note the very positive results achieved by Tanglin students this year. The IB Diploma is a challenging yet fulfilling qualification and each of them has embraced their studies with enthusiasm and perseverance.
"Well done also to our committed staff who have worked tirelessly to support our young people on their intellectual, well-being and co-curricular journeys through the school."
At Dulwich College (Singapore), 118 students completed the IB Diploma with a 100% pass rate.
The average score is 36.7, over 6 points above the world average of 30.24. In addition, 33% of students scored 40 points or more, 12 students were awarded the prestigious Bilingual Diploma, and two students achieved a perfect score of 45.
Nick Magnus, Head of College, praised the Class of ‘23 saying:
"These remarkable results are a testament to the hard work and resilience of our students and the dedication of our teachers. This year is our best ever in terms of University offers and matriculation, with our students graduating to some of the world's leading universities, including Oxbridge and Ivy League. Whether it be medicine, architecture or fine arts and theatre, our students will continue to pursue their personalised pathways."
GIIS SMART Campus has not published its average score but has announced that there were 35 students who have scored above 40 points. Two students, Shraddha Praveen and Praneeth Suresh, achieved a perfect score of 45 out of 45. Additionally, three students from the cohort secured near-perfect scores of 44 out of 45.