International Baccalaureate

HK students score an average of 35.96 points out of 45, around six points higher than the global average.
With International Baccalaureate exams kicking off last week, we speak to five candidates about their biggest concerns.
Studying for exams can be stressful, boring and frustrating – especially when you’ve worked hard, but still don’t achieve good results.
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB) English language and literature exam starts on Monday, but you don’t need to be a bundle of nerves in the run up to the big day.
Three more Hong Kong students have been added to the ranks of those who achieved perfect scores in their International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma examinations.
ESF students (front row, from left) Narumi Wong, Venice Luk, Stephanie Cheung Yui-ka and Sharon Cheng Sha-ron; (back row, left and right) Ellen Hao Qi and Jamie Wong Hei-tung, received perfect scores.
Hong Kong students dominated the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma results this year, with 27 students from across the city achieving a perfect 45 points.
Many of the class of 2015 spent the last two years studying a broad, often gruelling syllabus – the IB. They received their results yesterday (and hopefully got everything they needed); others have a year to go, or are yet to embark on the journey.