IB DIPLOMA RESULTS
M’KIS is an International Baccalaureate World School and offers students in Grade 11 and 12 the chance to pursue the IB Diploma. The IB Diploma is a rigorous and highly-valued qualification recognized by universities around the world. Students seeking this qualification must complete standardized examinations scored by the IB. M’KIS students consistently score above the global average and excel on these exams.
M’KIS encourages all students who wish to sit the IB examinations to do so, even non-Diploma candidates, in order to support inclusivity and the pursuit of excellence among our students.
M’KIS Class of 2021 Celebrates Impressive IB Exam Results
After a year of unprecedented challenges faced by the Class of 2021, we are extremely proud to announce that the M’KIS International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) exam results for our 2021 cohort are some of our highest ever.
M’KIS IB Diploma students achieved a phenomenal average point score of 38 and a 100 percent pass rate. This is compared to the global IB average of 33.02 points and an average 88.96 percent pass rate based on the results of 170,000 IB Diploma students worldwide.
We are also thrilled to announce that out of 17 M’KIS IB Diploma students who took the exam, one student achieved a perfect score of 45, and 7 students received a score of 40 or above, which is an incredible achievement for our Class of 2021.
|IB Diplomas Awarded||38||35||30||21||32||24||17|
|M’KIS Pass Rate||91%||92%||100%||96%||94%||100%||100%|
|Global Pass Rate||81%||79%||78%||78%||78%||78%||89%|
|M’KIS Avg Score||32||35||33||33||34||33||38|
|Global Avg Score||30||30||30||30||30||30||33|
|M’KIS Highest Score||44||44||43||43||45||41||45|
*Note: Due to the unprecedented circumstances stemming from Covid-19, the IB Organization canceled May IB exams. Instead, the IB Organization assessed this year's exams using a combination of historical assessment data, predicted scores submitted by the schools, and student coursework. Each student was awarded a subject grade using a calculation that incorporated these three elements. Unlike previous years, the IB Organization externally marked work that is usually marked by teachers, instead of taking samples and applying moderation. To learn more about how the IB Organization assessed this year's IB Diploma candidates, please visit this page.
The SAT is a standardized entrance exam used by many colleges and universities when making admissions decisions. The test was redesigned in the spring of 2016 to include two main sections: Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW). M’KIS seniors have outperformed global averages in both areas during all testing sessions.
Every spring break M’KIS hosts and intensive 5-day SAT prep program in collaboration with Test-Taskers Singapore to ensure that our students achieve to their full potential on this important assessment.
|Math Score||EBRW Score||SAT Total|
|M’KIS Average 2017||665||648||1314|
|Global Average 2017||527||533||1060|
|M’KIS Average 2018||635||624||1259|
|Global Average 2018||531||536||1067|
M'KIS PARENT SURVEY
In May 2017, we launched a comprehensive school survey that is carried out and analyzed on a yearly basis by a third-party vendor. Major areas of the school are assessed, including communication, curriculum, teaching faculty, resources, and student happiness. Feedback is collected from students, parents, faculty, and administrators and shared and discussed within the school community. The analysis of the data helps us to identify how we can improve to better serve our school community.
We have been happy to see improvements in overall parent community satisfaction since the first survey in 2017 and continue to strive for excellence and improvement.
|The school communicates effectively with students and parents||92%||93%||96%|
|The curriculum equips students to excel at the highest level||93%||94%||95%|
|The teachers at M’KIS are motivated and enthusiastic||94%||89%||97%|
|M’KIS students are happy||97%||99%||99%|
|Diversity of the student body is embraced by all||97%||95%||97%|
|Academic resources and facilities are excellent||87%||86%||91%|
2021 University Acceptances
The following university list is based upon student reported data. Numbers in parentheses ( ) reflect more than one acceptance.
Arizona State University
Brigham Young University
California Baptist University
California State University, Long Beach
City, University of London (2)
Concordia University Irvine
Erasmus University Rotterdam (2)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Hofstra University (2)
King’s College London
Lancaster University (2)
Long Island University Brooklyn
LUISS Guido Carli
Manchester Metropolitan University
Michigan State University
Monash University (2)
Pacific Lutheran University
Parsons School of Design
Pennsylvania State University
Purdue University Northwest
Queen Mary University of London
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Malaysia
Saint Martin's University
Seattle Pacific University
University College London
University of Amsterdam (2)
University of British Columbia
University of California, Davis
University of California, Los Angeles (2)
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Edinburgh (2)
University of Groningen
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Iowa
University of Manchester (4)
University of Melbourne (2)
University of Missouri
University of New South Wales (2)
University of Nottingham
University of Ottawa
University of Queensland
University of Southern California
University of Sydney (2)
University of Toronto (2)
University of Warwick (3)
Utah State University
Western Washington University