Students of St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (SJIIM) surpassed all expectations by producing outstanding results in the recent 2018 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) examinations. Over 31% of SJIIM students obtained 40 points and above and boasted an aggregate score of 37 points, a far cry from the 2017 IBDP’s Global Average of 29.9 points and significantly higher than the 34.17 points average of other Malaysian schools offering the IBDP Programme. Their stellar results are a fantastic achievement, especially since this is SJIIM’s inaugural IBDP results. The top scorers of SJIIM, Mr. Tan Hong Xuan and Mr Ng. Wey Han, scored a near-perfect 44 points. Based on the previous year’s statistics, this places them among the top 1% of IBDP students worldwide. For more information about SJIIM’s IBDP programme, visit sji-international.edu.my.
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