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37+ is really good. 40+ is amazing. 44+ is insane. And from my knowledge and experience, getting a 38+ would give you good chances of getting into the top and elite universities (keeping in mind that grades are only one part of the application).
Successful candidates usually have a predicted score of 38 and above to get admission in ivy universities. But remember, Ivy universities are less particular about the scores rather they consider the holistic performance of the student in IB Diploma program.
Obviously a perfect score is the holy IB45, but for some others an IB of 35+ would make them happy. The IBO announced the mean score for the whole world, which is 30.04/45. If your good is above the world average, you'd be wanting an IB31 or over. But a good IB score means so many different things to many people.
Quick answer: at least a 5+ in most of the subject exams (most likely since Stanford operates off of these standards for credit & Harvard is comparable), but in terms of the overall score, one admissions consulting has said: In the US, universities don't release specified IB Diploma Program cut-off scores.
An IBO survey showed that the acceptance rate of IB students into Ivy League universities is up to 18% higher than the total population acceptance rate. For example, at University of Pennsylvania, a score of six in most higher level (HL) IB subjects will earn you some credits towards your degree.
In 2019, 55 of 58 candidates successfully earned the full IB Diploma averaging a respectable 34.5 points overall, as compared to the worldwide average of 30, with the highest score attained at 44 points out of 45 possible.
Over the same period, pass rates have remained consistent at around 80%, and the average score on the IB diploma has been 30 points. Less than 1% of students receiving the IB diploma obtain a score of 45 points. Grade distributions on the IB assessments vary by subject.
AP grades on a 1 to 5 scale, while IB mostly uses a 1 to 7 range. Parents may be used to the traditional letter grade system of A, B, C and so on that most high schools use. But AP and IB exams are scored using a numerical score, with 5 and 7 being the best score students can receive.
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