IB Results 2024

8 July 2024

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As North London Collegiate School celebrates its 20th year teaching the International Baccalaureate Diploma, there could not be a better moment to announce the outstanding set of results achieved by our 2024 IB cohort.

Our IB students have achieved an exceptional average score of 40.375 points, placing them comfortably within the top range of marks available and securing their admission to an impressive variety of UK and overseas universities. Two students have achieved a stunning 45 out of 45, a score which only 0.3% of IB students worldwide achieve. Sophia will now read Biochemistry at Corpus Christi College, Oxford and Isabella will be studying Medicine in Germany.

Isabella and Sophia

Isabella and Sophia both scored the maximum 45 points.

Headmistress Vicky Bingham congratulated the IB cohort on their outstanding results:

“I am delighted for our students. Yet again NLCS students have excelled in this stimulating global qualification. The IB assessment framework is an assessment framework for the 21st century, with a focus on independent research and oral assessment, not simply terminal exams. As the students celebrate their success, we wish them the very best of luck for the next steps.”  

IB Results 2024

Our IB leavers’ next steps include this exciting and diverse range of courses and destinations:

  • Human, Social and Political Sciences at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge
  • Chemistry at Keble College, Oxford
  • Law at University College, London
  • European Social and Political Studies with Spanish at University College, London
  • Medicine at University College, London
  • Biomedical Technology Ventures, Imperial College London
  • Psychology and Linguistics, Warwick

The national and international picture will become clearer over the coming weeks, but we are confident these results will further reinforce North London’s standing as a centre of excellence for the International Baccalaureate and one of the highest-achieving IB World Schools anywhere across the globe.

Director of IB, Dr Henry Linscott said:

“It has been such a joy, once again to see such a superb set of IB results that are a real testament to the hard work the students and their teachers have put in. Our IB students are such a credit to the school and set such a high bar in everything they do, so these results and their impressive destinations are an outstanding reflection of what rounded and interesting people they are.”

Congratulations to all our students on these fantastic results.

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