IB Math: Analysis & Approaches Score Calculator

IB Math: Analysis & Approaches Score Scale

Understanding how your raw scores translate into the final IB grade is crucial for your exam preparation. Here’s a helpful breakdown of the score scale for both Higher Level (HL) and Standard Level (SL):

Raw Score Range (Approx.)IB GradeHL/SL

📊 The table shows an approximation of how raw scores might convert into the IB grading scale. Each exam session might have slight variations depending on the exam difficulty and overall student performance.

FAQs Section

What is the difference between HL and SL in IB Math: Analysis & Approaches?

HL (Higher Level) and SL (Standard Level) courses differ in complexity, depth, and the breadth of topics covered. HL includes more advanced topics and additional content, which is reflected in the grading thresholds.

How is the IB Math AA exam scored?

IB Math AA exams are scored based on your performance on two papers for SL and three for HL. Paper 1 and Paper 2 are both non-calculator and calculator papers respectively, and Paper 3 (HL only) focuses on more complex, investigational problems.

Are there any grade boundaries adjustments?

Yes! Grade boundaries are adjusted each exam session to account for the difficulty level of the exams. This ensures fairness in the grading process across different exam sessions.

Can my IB Math score improve with moderation?

Moderation is applied if your coursework (internal assessment) marks differ significantly from your exam marks. This can adjust your final score slightly, depending on the moderation results.

👩‍🏫 Remember, preparation is key! Understand the grading scale, familiarize yourself with the exam format, and practice diligently. You’ve got this! 🚀