Grade 12 students completing the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program at ASV received the initial results of the IB external results on July 5, 2022. This year, 35 candidates out of 36 earned the IB Diploma, which means that ASV had a passing rate of 97.22%. The ASV mean was 34.6 points, the second highest result since ASV began offering the IB Diploma in 2004-2005. The highest IB result was 43 points.
IB scores are measured over 45 points because candidates can earn a maximum of 7 points in each of the 6 IB subjects and 3 points with the Extended Essay, the Theory of Knowledge course, and the Creativity, Action, and Service (CAS) portfolio.
More details on the 2022 IB results as well as the recently announced UNED PCE Exams can be seen below:
ASV administers other external assessments that serve as key indicators of student performance in high school. One of these assessments, especially for students who wish to study in the United States, is the SAT organized by The College Board.
In 2021-2022, ASV students earned an average of 642 in Reading and Writing and 676 in Math, both out of 800, which is the maximum possible score in each exam. With a cumulative average score of over 1,300, our students are certainly in elite company to access American universities.
The ASV mean in Reading and Writing was 114 points higher than the world average of 528, and in Math it was 153 points above the world average of 523. Additionally, two students earned a perfect 800 in Math and another student earned a 790.
These are academic results that the entire ASV community can be proud of, and we would like to extend our congratulations to the students, their families, and the faculty-staff who support a consistent commitment to excellence. That is the ASV Difference.