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Published on January 29th, 2012 | by webadmin

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IB Results nothing short of world-class

St Peter’s College applauds the outstanding results achieved by the thirty-three Year 12 students who undertook the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma with all students gaining their Diploma.

“This result is nothing short of outstanding and clearly depicts the dedication by the students and their teachers.” said St Peter’s College Headmaster, Mr Simon Murray.

Of the thirty-three, six students gained forty or more points out of a possible 45; with two students, Yuan Guo and Emilio Pace gaining an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of 99.95 – the highest possible result.

A summary is detailed below:

• All 33 students gained their Diploma.

• 45 Merits were awarded, which is a perfect score of 7.

• The average score out of a possible 45 was 35.15, which was an average ATAR of 94.63.

The IB worldwide average score is approximately 31.

• 22% of all grades were a 7.

• 55%ofallgradeswerea6or7.

• 87%ofallgradeswerea5,6or7.

• Yuan Guo – 43 with 4 merits (99.95) and Emilio Pace – 43 with 4 merits (99.95).

• Sam Cathro – 42 with 4 merits (99.85) and Liam Gage Brown – 42 with 4 merits (99.85).

• Hiep Tu – 42 with 3 merits (99.85).

• Of the 33 students:

2 (6%) students gained an ATAR of 99.95

6 (18%) students gained an ATAR of 99 and above

11 (33%) students gained an ATAR of 98 and above

19 (58%) students gained an ATAR of 95 and above

29 (88%) students gained an ATAR of 90 and above

“Once again, the IB Diploma results are comparable on a world class stage and we are extremely proud of what each and every one of these boys have achieved.” states Simon Murray.

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