Dulwich College (Singapore) Celebrates a Coming of Age

International Baccalaureate (IB) Results 2020

We are very pleased to announce the IB results for Dulwich College (Singapore) Class of 2019-2020 – our very first graduating cohort of Year 13!

With a 100% IB Diploma pass rate, our students achieved an average score of 37 (out of 45 points), with 1 in 3 students obtaining an average of 40 points. They have outperformed their global counterparts’ average score of 29 and a Singapore international school average of 34. 45% of our students scored 38+ points and 68% achieved 37+ points.

As proof of our students’ capability, all of our Year 13 students who applied for university entry in 2020 secured placements in their first choice of university. We wish them well as they embark on their new student life at top universities in the UK, Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand.


I/GCSE Results 2020

Our I/GCSE results this year were outstanding, once again. 107 Year 11 students were assessed for more than 1,059 different subject options. 53% of all grades were at A* or equivalent, 78% at A*– A  or equivalent, 92% A*– B or equivalent and 99% A*– C or equivalent.

It is notable to highlight that these results were consistent with previous years' results. Our percentage of A*– A grades in 2018 was 77% and in 2019 the figure was 75%. There can, therefore, be no question of grade inflation and the academic integrity of the results and of the teachers remains firmly intact as shown by previous years of historical data.


Message from the Headmaster

Headmaster, Nick Magnus, had this to say about the outcome of our students’ performance:

“These results were hard-fought and a testament to the dedication, resilience and the talent of our students and teachers and I could not be more proud of their efforts. Another wonderful year awaits, bring it on. The journey from good to great continues apace.“

We congratulate all of our students and also recognise our teachers who, by ensuring that our students come first, helped them reach their full potential.

An infographic summing up the results of this year’s IB and I/GCSE results can be found below, or read more about it on our Academic Results page here.