Public Examination results, 2013
July and August 2013 brought good news yet again to St Julian's in the form of GCSE and IB examination results, anxiously awaited by Years 11 and 13 respectively.
No fewer than 73 students, the entire class of 2013, attempted the IB Diploma. This was our largest-ever cohort, although that number is due to be surpassed by the generation of 2014.
72 students were successful, and the average score was 34.3 points - fractionally lower than last year's average, but the class of 2013 will claim a record for the number securing an IB Diploma of 40 points or more.
Sixteen of the 73 candidates achieved this outstanding score, and Moriel Levy's 'maximum' of 45 points made her the fourth student in the school's history, and one of only 108 worldwide this year, to reach the highest possible total.
In Year 11:
- 66 students took a total of 640 GCSE examinations.
- Just over half of these (52%) were graded at A* or A.
- Twenty-five students achieved seven or more A* or A grades.
- The overall pass rate (A* to C) was over 92%.
The great majority of these students enrolled on the IB Diploma course with a view to graduating in May 2015: adding the newcomers whom we have welcomed into the class, this current Year 12 is 72 students strong.
Ano Letivo 2011-2012
Resultados dos Exames Nacionais:
CI: Classificação Interna.
CE: Classificação Externa (Externa).