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SSIS 2017 Graduates Again Surpass IB Diploma World Average

September, 2017
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ssis-news-ib-results-graduates-2017-4Almost 160,000 IB students around the world received their results from the May 2017 examination session, for students of both the Diploma and Career-related Programmes. They join a community of more than 1.7 million IB graduates in 152 countries across the world. 

Shanghai Singapore International School 2017 graduates surpassed the IB diploma world average of 29.9 points (of 45 possible maximum). The average IB Diploma scores of 2017 graduates of SSIS was 34. SSIS graduates have again beaten the average IB Diploma world scores, with their international education opening numerous doors to top universities around the world. 

One SSIS student achieved 41 points (out of a maximum of 45 points) equaling the best result for an IB Diploma at SSIS. Some 12 of the IB Diploma students received 35 and more points. It is no wonder therefore that the doors to the best universities in the world are open to SSIS graduates. Our class of 2017 with 51 students has received numerous offers from renowned universities, mainly in Great Britain, Hong Kong, Canada and the United States. 

SSIS is absolutely delighted and proud of the spectacular performance of the students in the IB Diploma examinations of 2017. This achievement is a result of their hard work and commitment to strive for excellence, as well as the dedicated efforts of our teachers. Congratulations go to the students, to their families who supported them through the two challenging years of the IB Diploma Program, and to all of the members of staff who worked alongside them. 

 

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