Yesterday 173,878 students across the world received their IB results: 21 of them were from The Abbey. Our students’ results were extraordinary.
Once again, with record-equalling consistency, the average score at The Abbey is over 40 against a world average of just under 32. That’s higher than the standard offer from the most competitive universities.
Head Will le Fleming said: “Given all the disruption this cohort have experienced, their results are such a testament to their character, their perseverance and their liveliness of mind: all the qualities they will need to make the most of these wonderful results in the future.”
Three students achieved 44 points (maximum is 45) – Annie now goes to Oxford to read French and Spanish, Anika heads off to Durham to study Economics, and Keyna is going onto a Drama Foundation year.
Other notable successes include four other students who achieved 43 points:
Mimi – KCL to study Philosophy and Modern Languages
Amelie – Bristol to study History
Mahi – UCL to study Comparative Literature
Lily – Bristol to study History
We also offer congratulations to Amy, who after scoring 42 points will read Medicine at Newcastle.
Overall, 15 out of the 21 students in the cohort achieved 40 points or more.