New Delhi, July 22 (ANI): Indian International Baccalaureate (IB) students have outshone other global counterparts by many a furlong by scoring way above the global average, with some even scoring a perfect score of 45.
An analysis of IBO global results reveal that this year 2827 Indian students appeared for the IBDP examination and 7 students managed a perfect score of 45. Globally only 158 students achieved this perfect score while 1.4 lakh appeared for the exam in more than 139 countries.
Vedant Saran of Pathways World School, Gurgaon Aravali was among the exceptional few to have scored the perfect 45.
He said, “The teachers, administrators and staff at Pathways have been unrelenting in their support and beliefs in me. The school’s system is scholastically designed to motivate students by insisting on independent thought and action.”
Pathways had a particularly good year. Four of its students scored 40 points and above, while 33 students have achieved 35 points and above which is 33% of Diploma students. By IBDP standards this is a great achievement.
“This is indeed very credible. We are delighted that our students have done so well. We wish them the very best in life and are happy to have laid the foundation of future success for them,” Dr. Sarvesh Naidu, School Director, Pathways World School, Aravali.
Founded in 1968, the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) is a non-profit educational body based in Geneva, Switzerland. (ANI)