Ib Grade Boundaries Extended Essay Topic

English

ENGLISH A1 HL May 2006, Overall Boundaries:

  • 7: 80-100
  • 6: 68-79
  • 5: 56-67
  • 4: 43-55
  • 3: 32-42
  • 2: 16-31
  • 1: 0-15

ENGLISH A1 SL May 2006, Overall Boundaries:

  • 7: 78-100
  • 6: 65-77
  • 5: 54-64
  • 4: 41-53
  • 3: 30-40
  • 2: 15-29
  • 1: 0-14

ENGLISH A1 WORLD LITERATURE, Overall Grade Boundaries: Higher Level

  • 1: 0-5
  • 2: 6-11
  • 3: 12-17
  • 4: 18-22
  • 5: 23-28
  • 6: 29-33
  • 7: 34-40

Standard Level

  • 1: 0-2
  • 2: 3-5
  • 3: 6-7
  • 4: 8-10
  • 5: 11-13
  • 6: 14-16
  • 7: 17-20

ENGLISH A2 HL, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 3: 23-35
  • 4: 36-40
  • 5: 51-68
  • 6: 67-81
  • 7: 82-100

ENGLISH A2 SL, Overall Grade Boundaries:

  • 3: 21-34
  • 4: 35-50
  • 5: 51-64
  • 6: 65-80
  • 7: 81-100

Physics

PHYSICS HL May 2006, Overall Boundaries for TZ1:

  • 7: 71-100
  • 6: 61-70
  • 5: 50-60
  • 4: 40-49
  • 3: 28-39
  • 2: 16-27
  • 1: 0-15

PHYSICS HL May 2006, Overall Boundaries for TZ2:

  • 7: 71-100
  • 6: 60-70
  • 5: 50-59
  • 4: 40-49
  • 3: 29-39
  • 2: 17-28
  • 1: 0-16

PHYSICS SL May 2006, Overall Boundaries for TZ1:

  • 7: 70-100
  • 6: 59-69
  • 5: 49-58
  • 4: 38-48
  • 3: 29-37
  • 2: 16-28
  • 1: 0-15

PHYSICS SL May 2006, Overall Boundaries for TZ2:

  • 7: 69-100
  • 6: 57-68
  • 5: 49-56
  • 4: 38-48
  • 3: 27-37
  • 2: 16-26
  • 1: 0-15

Biology

BIOLOGY HL - May 2006, Overall Boundaries

  • 1: 0-18
  • 2: 19-33
  • 3: 34-48
  • 4: 49-59
  • 5: 60-70
  • 6: 71-80
  • 7: 81-100

BIOLOGY SL MAY 2006, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-15
  • 2: 16-27
  • 3: 28-43
  • 4: 44-55
  • 5: 56-66
  • 6: 67-78
  • 7: 79-100

CHEMISTRY SL May 2006, Overall Boundaries:

  • 7: 80-100
  • 6: 69-79
  • 5: 58-68
  • 4: 47-57
  • 3: 34-46
  • 2: 18-33
  • 1: 0-17

History

HISTORY SL May 2006, Overall Boundaries:

  • 7: 72-100
  • 6: 60-71
  • 5: 48-59
  • 4: 36-47
  • 3: 23-35
  • 2: 12-22
  • 1: 0-11

History Paper 1 Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-2
  • 2: 3-5
  • 3: 6-8
  • 4: 9-11
  • 5: 12-15
  • 6: 16-19
  • 7: 20-25

History Paper 2, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-5
  • 2: 6-10
  • 3: 11-14
  • 4: 15-18
  • 5: 19-22
  • 6: 23-26
  • 7: 27-40

History Paper 3, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-8
  • 2: 9-16
  • 3: 17-23
  • 4: 24-29
  • 5: 30-35
  • 6: 36-41
  • 7: 42-60

Environmental Systems

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS SL, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-17
  • 2: 18-31
  • 3: 32-43
  • 4: 44-55
  • 5: 56-66
  • 6: 67-78
  • 7: 79-100

Computer Science

Computer Science SL Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-15
  • 2: 16-30
  • 3: 31-41
  • 4: 42-52
  • 5: 53-63
  • 6: 64-74
  • 7: 75-100

Computer Science HL, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-13
  • 2: 14-26
  • 3: 27-38
  • 4: 39-50
  • 5: 51-63
  • 6: 64-75
  • 7: 76-100

Languages

French B SL, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-13
  • 2: 14-30
  • 3: 31-45
  • 4: 46-58
  • 5: 59-70
  • 6: 71-82
  • 7: 83-100

German B SL Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-11
  • 2: 12-24
  • 3: 25-39
  • 4: 40-55
  • 5: 56-68
  • 6: 69-84
  • 7: 85-100

Hebrew A1 SL Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-16
  • 2: 17-30
  • 3: 31-44
  • 4: 45-58
  • 5: 59-70
  • 6: 71-84
  • 7: 85-100

Spanish B HL, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-13
  • 2: 14-26
  • 3: 27-41
  • 4: 42-55
  • 5: 56-66
  • 6: 67-83
  • 7: 84-100

SPANISH AB INITIO, Overall Grade Boundaries:

  • 3: 31-47
  • 4: 48-60
  • 5: 61-73
  • 6: 74-87
  • 7: 88-100

Chinese A2 HL, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-11
  • 2: 12-24
  • 3: 25-40
  • 4: 41-53
  • 5: 54-69
  • 6: 70-81
  • 7: 82-100

Maths

MATHS HL May 2006, Overall Boundaries

  • 7: 81-100
  • 6: 69-80
  • 5: 57-68
  • 4: 45-56
  • 3: 34-44
  • 2: 17-33
  • 1: 0-16

MATHS SL May 2006, Overall Boundaries for TZ1:

  • 7: 86-100
  • 6: 75-85
  • 5: 64-74
  • 4: 53-63
  • 3: 38-52
  • 2: 20-37
  • 1: 0-19

MATHS SL May 2006, Overall Boundaries for TZ2:

  • 7: 83-100
  • 6: 70-82
  • 5: 58-69
  • 4: 46-57
  • 3: 32-45
  • 2: 17-31
  • 1: 0-16

MATHS SL INTERNAL ASSESSMENT, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 1-7
  • 2: 8-13
  • 3: 14-19
  • 4: 20-23
  • 5: 24-28
  • 6: 29-33
  • 7: 34-40

MATH STUDIES, Overall Grade Boundaries:

  • 1: 0-15
  • 2: 16-28
  • 3: 29-39
  • 4: 40-53
  • 5: 54-67
  • 6: 68-80
  • 7: 81-100

Business and management

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT HL, Overall Grade Boundaries:

  • 1: 0-11
  • 2: 12-22
  • 3: 23-35
  • 4: 36-47
  • 5: 48-59
  • 6: 60-71
  • 7: 72-100

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT SL, Overall Grade Boundaries:

  • 3: 27-38
  • 4: 39-49
  • 5: 50-60
  • 6: 61-71
  • 7: 72-100

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SL Internal Assessment

  • 1: 0-3
  • 2: 4-6
  • 3: 7-8
  • 4: 9-10
  • 5: 11-13
  • 6: 14-16
  • 7: 17-20

Economics

ECONOMICS HL, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-13
  • 2: 14-24
  • 3: 25-37
  • 4: 38-48
  • 5: 49-60
  • 6: 61-71
  • 7: 72-100

ECONOMICS HL PAPER 1, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-2
  • 2: 3-4
  • 3: 5-8
  • 4: 9-11
  • 5: 12-15
  • 6: 16-28
  • 7: 19-25

ECONOMICS HL PAPER TWO, Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-3
  • 2: 4-6
  • 3: 7-11
  • 4: 12-14
  • 5: 15-18
  • 6: 19-21
  • 7: 22-30

ECONOMICS HL PAPER THREE, Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-7
  • 2: 8-15
  • 3: 16-23
  • 4: 24-30
  • 5: 31-36
  • 6: 37-43
  • 7: 44-60

ECONOMICS SL, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-12
  • 2: 13-23
  • 3: 24-37
  • 4: 38-49
  • 5: 50-62
  • 6: 63-74
  • 7: 75-100

Visual arts

VISUAL ARTS HL, Overall Grade Boundaries Visual Arts:

  • 3: 34-43
  • 4: 44-57
  • 5: 58-72
  • 6: 73-86
  • 7: 87-100

World arts and cultures

WORLD ARTS AND CULTURES SL, Overall Grade Boundaries

  • 1: 0-14
  • 2: 15-25
  • 3: 26-38
  • 4: 39-53
  • 5: 54-64
  • 6: 65-79
  • 7: 80-100

May 2010

English A1 SL

INTERNAL ASSESMENT (ORAL)

  • 1: 0-4
  • 2: 5-8
  • 3: 9-12
  • 4: 13-16
  • 5: 17-19
  • 6: 20-23
  • 7: 24-30

Scaling factor: 1

PAPER ONE

  • 1: 0-4
  • 2: 5-8
  • 3: 9-10
  • 4: 11-13
  • 5: 14-16
  • 6: 17-19
  • 7: 20-25

Scaling factor: 1

PAPER TWO

  • 1: 0-4
  • 2: 5-8
  • 3: 9-10
  • 4: 11-13
  • 5: 14-16
  • 6: 17-19
  • 7: 20-25

Scaling factor: 1

WORLD LITERATURE

  • 1: 0-2
  • 2: 3-5
  • 3: 6-7
  • 4: 8-10
  • 5: 11-13
  • 6: 14-16
  • 7: 17-20

Scaling factor: 1

FINAL SUBJECT %

  • 1: 0-14
  • 2: 15-29
  • 3: 30-39
  • 4: 40-52
  • 5: 53-64
  • 6: 65-77
  • 7: 78-100

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TOK/EE Matrix

Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge Assessment

What is Extended Essay (EE)?

The extended essay of approximately 4,000 words offers the opportunity for IB students to investigate a topic of special interest, usually one of the student’s six Diploma Programme subjects, and acquaints them with the independent research and writing skills expected at university. It is intended to promote high-level research and writing skills, intellectual discovery and creativity—resulting in approximately 40 hours of work. It provides students with an opportunity to engage in personal research on a topic of choice, under the guidance of a supervisor. © International Baccalaureate Organization 2010

What is Theory of Knowledge (TOK)?

The interdisciplinary theory of knowledge course is designed to develop a coherent approach to learning that transcends and unifies the academic areas and encourages appreciation of other cultural perspectives.

The theory of knowledge course is in part intended to encourage students to reflect on the huge cultural shifts worldwide around the digital revolution and the information economy. The extent and impact of the changes vary greatly in different parts of the world, but everywhere their implications for knowledge are profound. Theory of knowledge encourages critical thinking about knowledge itself and aims to help young people make sense of what they encounter. Its core content focuses on questions such as the following.

  • What counts as knowledge?
  • How does it grow?
  • What are its limits?
  • Who owns knowledge?
  • What is the value of knowledge?
  • What are the implications of having, or not having, knowledge

© International Baccalaureate Organization 2010

How are these subjects Evaluated?

Letter grades are awarded for the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge based on achievement against published criteria.

The standards are:

A - Work of an excellent standard
B
- Work of a good standard
C
- Work of a satisfactory standard
D
- Work of a mediocre standard
E
- Work of an elementary standard

These grades are combined according to the matrix below to give the student a maximum of 3 points.

The Diploma Points Matrix

 

If a student gains an “E” in either component 28 points overall will be required to pass the IB Diploma (not 24 points as is usual). A grade “A” in one of the components earns an extra point even if the other is a grade “E”. An “E” grade in both the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge means an automatic failure of the IB Diploma.

 

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