St Paul’s Co-educational College has four full-score IB students this year. Photo: Chan Ho-himSt Paul’s Co-educational College has four full-score IB students this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him
St Paul’s Co-educational College has four full-score IB students this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him

Number of Hong Kong students with perfect scores in International Baccalaureate drops by nearly a third after grading system change amid pandemic

  • Examinations were dropped globally in an unprecedented move by the IB body, with a new mechanism factoring in coursework
  • City’s average score was 36.31 this year with a 97.9 per cent pass rate, higher than the global average of 29.9

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
St Paul’s Co-educational College has four full-score IB students this year. Photo: Chan Ho-himSt Paul’s Co-educational College has four full-score IB students this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him
St Paul’s Co-educational College has four full-score IB students this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him
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