Yew Chung International School of Chongqing (YCIS Chongqing), located in Liangjiang New Area Chongqing, achieved a 100% pass rate in the 2021 International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations with an average score of 39.1, surpassing the global average of 33.02, according to the newly released results.
Ten out of all eleven students who sat the exam this year scored higher than the global average, with two of them obtaining 44 points – a feat only achieved by 0.62% of all candidates last year.
“Our students have achieved extraordinary results despite the challenges caused by COVID-19 and the uncertainties they have experienced,” said Jessie Xiao, the Chinese Co-Principal of YCIS Chongqing.
YCIS Chongqing has not stopped preparing its students for the IBDP diploma even though they have all been impacted by the pandemic. During that challenging period last year, the school strictly followed the guidelines on COVID-19 to ensure a safe campus. It launched online classes for students who were unable to return to campus, according to Xiao.
Students honed their skills for the exams due to a continually updated curriculum and teaching and assessment practices. The students were also encouraged and meticulously guided by the teaching staff to achieve their full potential, added Xiao.
Over the past three years, YCIS Chongqing has maintained a 100% pass rate in IB examinations, with average scores well above the world average.
(Source: Liangjiang New Area English)
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