My IB Coordinator just sent me my IB results, since IB Coordinators receive the results on 5 July whereas candidates get them on 6 July. You can access them from http://results.ibo.org at your designated time.
I’ll be posting the screenshot tomorrow.
(P.S.: I’m a TZ1 (timezone 1) student, so mark boundaries are a bit different here than in TZ2)
History of the Americas HL–5
Theory of Knowledge–B
EE/TOK points: 3
Total points: 40/45
Less than 5% of Diploma candidates in the world exceed 40/45. Intense!
Analysis: HLs 665, SLs 776
@HLs: English looks like a failure; may have to examine subject reports to see how far I was from a 7.
History was a definite failure, which means that my papers must’ve been full of fail to negate my IA.
Chemistry is a pleasant surprise.
If I were applying to a British university, my HLs would be marginally acceptable judging by previous posts on The Student Room.
I must admit that it is quite underwhelming to have your entire IB career reduced to a series of numbers on a website. On the other hand, it’s liberating to know that I have survived the International Baccalaureate and placed quite well in comparison to candidates around the world since all subjects are weighted on a curve.
I’m still in shock.
Maths SL – 7
English HL – 60% 7, 40% 6
Chemistry HL – 40% 6, 60% 5
History HL – 45% 6, 55% 5
Biology SL – 7
Francais NM – 90% 6, 10% 5
TOK: 25% A, 75% B
EE: 90% A, 10% B
Bonus points matrix: 3
Most probable total: 40/45
Only English and Chemistry were off.