What happens if you get caught cheating on an IB exam?
Both IB and HHIHS will treat violation of the academic honesty policy as a serious matter. In addition to receiving disciplinary action, the IB Diploma Program student who is found guilty of cheating will be a candidate for exit from the IB Diploma Program.
What happens if I miss an IB exam?
If a student fails an IB exam, he/she may retake it the next year. If a student has failed an exam at the end of grade 11, he/she may retake the exam in May of grade 12. The IB instructor works throughout the IB course to familiarize students with the sort of questions and activities they will face on the IB exams.
Is 24 a pass in IB?
WHAT ARE THE PASSING REQUIREMENTS. The IB has a set of regulations for the award of the IB Diploma. The most important points to note are that a total of 24 points are required with a minimum of 12 points in the Higher Levels.
What is the average IB score?
The average IB score worldwide is 30 points and is equivalent to an ATAR of 84.65.
Can the IB revoke my diploma?
No, because your degree was granted by the university (e.g. the senate or other such body) not by the department head. At worst s/he could initiate a procedure to possibly revoke the degree, but there you would not be at the mercy of his whim. Degree was awarded by the University, not department.
Is a 3 passing in IB?
Each IB subject is assessed on a scale of 1 – 7 with a score of 4 considered a “passing grade”.
What percentage of people fail the IB?
Last May there were just over 85,000 students taking the IB diploma. Do you want to have a guess at how many were able to pass the IB? Although you might believe that the number is 50% or less, there was around a 78% pass rate in the IB last year! That’s around 4 out of every 5 students who are able to pass.
Can you repeat IB?
You’re allowed to retake all of your six academic subjects as long as it’s offered by your IB World School. The number of times you can retake a subject is up to three in three different exam sessions. Check for the nitty gritty details at your school as it may follow different regulations.
Can I change IB subjects?
IB allows students to change levels or even subjects during their studies if they can’t keep up with the lesson, their future orientation changes, they feel they are not suitable, etc. but you should consider changing time.
How common is degree revocation?
Degree revocation is very rare, and is usually a result of academic misconduct that renders the degree itself invalid. However, degrees are occasionally revoked for serious personal misconduct, particularly in Europe.
How do I contact the International Baccalaureate?
Contact your regional office Each of the three Global Centres at the International Baccalaureate® (IB) has a regional office. These offices work with schools in each region to help prospective and existing IB World Schools, and to provide support to universities and governments interested in the IB.
What is the International Baccalaureate regional office?
Each of the three Global Centres at the International Baccalaureate® (IB) has a regional office. These offices work with schools in each region to help prospective and existing IB World Schools, and to provide support to universities and governments interested in the IB.
How can I contact an IB Programme Coordinator for assessment?
Programme coordinators are IB students’ first point of contact, and they are best placed to advise you based on the unique and evolving circumstances of your school at this time. Unfortunately, the IB is unable to respond to individual students’ questions about assessment. Email: [email protected]