IB Results 2021
IB pupils at St Edward’s were celebrating yesterday as they received a very impressive set of results.
Two pupils, Izzy Rees and Kunal Barman, achieved full marks with 45 points each and 18 pupils achieved 40 points or more.
At Higher Level, 64% of grades were awarded at levels 7/6, 94% at Levels 7-5, and the average points score is 35.9.
So far, some 80% of pupils have secured places at their first-choice universities, and this number will increase as offers are confirmed.
Congratulations to all pupils and staff for having navigated so successfully the demanding circumstances they faced this year.
The following pupils achieved outstanding results:
Kunal Barman, 45, PPE at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford
Izzy Rees, 45, Liberal Arts, Durham University
Nicholas Sawyer, 44, Politics and Philosophy at the London School of Economics
Roman Tinkov, 44, Chemistry, University College London
Rowan Bisp, 43, Global Sustainable Development, The University of Warwick
Eliza McCrum, 43, Criminology, Durham University
Leo Wilson, 42, History, University College London
Arn Caesar, 42, will apply to study Physics after a gap year
Abi Drennan, 42, will apply to university next year
Sofia Shapovalova, 41, either New York University or Biochemistry at Imperial College London
Hannah Hohage, 41, will study Medicine or Physiotherapy at the University of Osnabrück, Germany
Cheyenne Rahimian, 41, Business Psychology, University of California San Diego
Max Lang, 41, Chemistry, University College London
Carolina Ramirez Cabal, 41, will study Medicine either in the UK or at the Universidad del Rosario, Bogota, Colombia
Hannah Bullen, 40, Russian Studies and History of Art, The University of Edinburgh
Bea Nicholls, 40, Psychology, Bristol University, after an Art Foundation at Kingston University
James Marsh, 40, Psychology, Durham University
Jack Pham, 40, will study Law, university tbc
As ever, St Edward’s pupils go on to a wide range of different courses in the UK and globally. Caitlin Adams will study Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies at Exeter University, Lily Helling hopes to study Physiotherapy at Trinity College Dublin, Athena Bonnefoy will attend the University of Virginia in the US, Arya Firake will study Electronic Engineering with Computer Systems at the University of Surrey and Harry Holberton will study History and Japanese at the Australian National University in Canberra.
Grades were awarded based on a combination of teachers’ predicted grades and externally marked coursework. Teachers’ predictions were informed by a wide range of assessments, including classwork and more formal assessments undertaken over the duration of the whole two-year course.
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