2019-05_Annex 1-Conduct of IB examinations
2019-05_Annex 2-Calculators guidance
2019-05-Conduct of Examinations-Notice to Candidates
EXAMINATION SESSION ATTENDANCE POLICY:
2019-05-Grade 11 Attendance Policy*
Diploma Points Matrix_2015_forward
IBO Policy and Rules for Use of IBO Intellectual Property
IB SCHOOLS OF ONTARIO TABLE OF EQUIVALENT GRADES:
IB Schools of Ontario Table of Equivalent Grades
2017-05 Examinations_Grade Boundaries
2016-05 Examinations-Grade Boundaries
2015-05 Examinations-Grade Boundaries
2014-05 Examinations-Grade Boundaries
IB DP Grade Descriptors
Oxford Study Guides
Haese Mathematics - Mathematics for IB DP
B2 - REQUEST FOR RESULTS SERVICE (IBO TRANSCRIPTS)
(Grade 12-Year 2 IB students only)
The free of charge B2 Request for results service for universities in North America is due by July 1. If you have not submitted your request for your transcript to be sent to your chosen university by the last day of school in June, you will have to request an electronic transmission or a hard copy to be sent to your school on your own. Please contact the appropriate office for this service (it is at a cost to you).
Universities in Canada and the USA: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All other countries: email@example.com
More information at: http://www.ibo.org/iba/transcripts/
Universities in North America -- Deadline: 01-July
Universities in Australia and New Zealand -- Deadline: 15-October (after May exam session)
All other countries -- Deadline: 01-May
For the free service, please submit the B2-Request for Results Service Form to the IB DP Coordinator.
MAY IB EXAMINATIONS -- B2 SERVICE:
If a university appears on the list of institutions which accept electronic results (http://ibo.org/university-admission/benefits-to-universities-and-colleges-of-accepting-ib-students/receiving-student-results/), results will be made available to the university immediately after July 6 12:00:00 GMT. For all other universities, IB Americas will process, print and mail all transcript requests submitted by IB coordinators to universities in the US and Canada around the third week in July. Transcripts to Canadian institutions are expected to arrive no later than 30 July.
MAY IB EXAMINATIONS -- RESULTS:
The results will be published 15:00:00 GMT on 06-Jul-2019 at http://results.ibo.org. The IB Coordinator will be available to handle your questions and concerns on a daily basis for one week following the publishing of the results. In order to contact the IB Coordinator, please send a message using the following website: http://www.ibo.org/school/001096/
Starting from the May 2014 session you have access to your component grades.
If you would like to have your examinations re-marked, please contact the IB coordinator for further details right after the component grades are posted. The firm deadline is September 15.
B4 ENQUIRY UPON RESULTS SERVICE
(re-marking) [Deadline: 15-September]
This service is intended for cases where performance is lower than expected.
Additional information on the performance of candidates entered by a school is available through the enquiry upon results service. This includes remarking of externally assessed components (Category 1: the externally assessed components of a candidate’s work are re-marked by a senior examiner). As a consequence of Category 1 Enquiry upon results service (re-marking), a grade may be raised, remain the same or be lowered.
For fees information relating to Enquiries upon Results, please contact the IB Coordinator (2017 Category 1: per candidate/subject/level -- USD 123.00 = C$156.11 on February 22, 2018)
B3 REQUEST FOR LEGALIZATION OF RESULTS SERVICE
Universities in certain countries require that Diploma results be legalized by the appropriate authority in Geneva. If your university requires such legalization, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Receiving a bilingual diploma
Understanding IB Assessment
A bilingual diploma is awarded to candidates who complete and receive a grade 3 or higher in two languages selected from the DP course studies in language and literature.
Students who gain a grade 3 or higher in studies in language and literature and a grade 3 or higher in an individuals and societies or science subject, completed in a different language, will also receive the bilingual diploma.