SINGAPORE: The Anglo—Chinese School (Independent) has bettered its performance in the International Baccalaureate exams.
Results for the 2012 examinations show that 37 of its students obtained perfect scores — up from 29 the year before.
84.6 per cent of its students scored 40 points or more — an increase of about seven percentage points from the year before.
ACS(I) is one of 19 schools in Singapore which offer the IB Diploma programme.
The sixth cohort of the school’s IB students received their results on Sunday at 9am.
This is the school’s largest IB cohort to—date.
ACS(I) offers the IB Diploma programme as part of its Integrated Programme.
1,370 students from Singapore sat for the IB Diploma Programme (IBDP) examinations in November last year.
In total, forty—one students managed perfect scores, 45 out of 45.
On average, students in Singapore scored 36.50 points for 2012, higher than the global average of 30.01.
Singapore’s pass rate of 97.90 per cent is also the highest among 21 countries in the Asia Pacific.
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