July 7, 2021
Amid the challenging academic year disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Doha British School (DBS) students recorded the school’s best International Baccalaureate (IB) examination results.
This year’s average score for DBS is 35.7 points with a 100% pass rate – significantly higher and beating the global average score of 33 points and global pass rate of 88.9%.
A total of 17.6% from the DBS IB cohort scored 40 and above – placing the school in the top 9% of all the 170,660 students who sat the IB exams worldwide. One (1) student also achieved a bilingual diploma, a prestigious achievement requiring literature qualifications in multiple languages.
Among the DBS top performers this year are Aaryaman Sharma with 44 points; Lina Ammar, Maria Maxene Gerella & Lucia O’Connor Ramiro with 42 points; and Nagham Ali & Kenz Nadhim Ibrahim with 41 points.
“I am very pleased with this year’s results and demonstrates how resilient our students have been through these challenging times. I am sure that the learning habits and qualities they have developed at DBS will enable them to flourish across a wide range of programmes at University. I wish them all the best of luck for the future”, Nick Taylor, Head of IB at Doha British School.
“I am extremely proud of our student’s achievements which have continued to improve year on year. The results are clear testimony as to how our students benefit from the world-class learning Doha British School offers”, Paul Sherlock, Executive Principal of Doha British Schools.
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