Victoria Shanghai Academy student Jason Chan (second left), who previously scored a 44 on the International Baccalaureate, saw his grade improve to a perfect 45 after adjustments. Photo: Chan Ho-him Victoria Shanghai Academy student Jason Chan (second left), who previously scored a 44 on the International Baccalaureate, saw his grade improve to a perfect 45 after adjustments. Photo: Chan Ho-him
Victoria Shanghai Academy student Jason Chan (second left), who previously scored a 44 on the International Baccalaureate, saw his grade improve to a perfect 45 after adjustments. Photo: Chan Ho-him
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Hong Kong International Baccalaureate students see grades improve after scores adjusted worldwide

  • Some students had been dismayed to find they received lower marks than expected after exams were cancelled in favour of grading by algorithm
  • After the new adjustments, marks rose across the board, as did the number of students attaining perfect scores

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Victoria Shanghai Academy student Jason Chan (second left), who previously scored a 44 on the International Baccalaureate, saw his grade improve to a perfect 45 after adjustments. Photo: Chan Ho-him Victoria Shanghai Academy student Jason Chan (second left), who previously scored a 44 on the International Baccalaureate, saw his grade improve to a perfect 45 after adjustments. Photo: Chan Ho-him
Victoria Shanghai Academy student Jason Chan (second left), who previously scored a 44 on the International Baccalaureate, saw his grade improve to a perfect 45 after adjustments. Photo: Chan Ho-him
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