International Baccalaureate and Czech School Leaving Exams
Students choose our school thanks to accessible international education that gives them the opportunity to be highly successful in a global world. Our students take the International Baccalaureate (IB) schoolleaving exam. They can also choose traditional Czech School Leaving Exams or various combinations of both kind of exams. We spend a large part of their studies preparing them for all possibilities. They do not have to make a decision until the beginning of their final year.
We only accept Czech students and/or students with a Czech residency permit.
average result of the IB 2019
candidate pass rate
Average grade in English in the Czech school leaving exams
International Baccalaureate (IB)
The International Baccalaureate exams are most often chosen by students who already know that they want to study abroad. This is because good results in these exams help them in the entrance exams for Oxford, Stanford, Berkeley and a range of other prestigious universities. And our students genuinely have good results.
Czech School Leaving Exams
Czech exams are quite understandably chosen mainly by students who do not plan to move abroad. It is, of course, not impossible for students who only have Czech school leaving certificates to study abroad, but it is somewhat more complicated.
The Czech school leaving exams are made up of two parts, state and school exams. The state part of the exams is assigned by the Ministry of Education and contains exams in Czech and a choice of English and Mathematics. In the school part of the exams students choose an exam in three subjects of their own choice. Open Gate provides the room to discuss matters in depth and to ask about the genuine meaning of things, so these choices can also include subjects in which they have already taken state exams.
IB and Czech School Leaving Exams
A large number of our students want to leave all options open. For this reason, they take both the IB and Czech school leaving exams. We prepare each student in a way that makes them capable of using and understanding information, so it doesn’t matter who’s asking the question or how they ask.
Czech School Leaving Exams and IB Certificates
Students who are preparing to study in the Czech Republic but who would also like to take advantage of research fellowships and study stays abroad sometimes add International Baccalaureate certificates to their Czech school leaving exams. This typically happens in subjects that are applicable to their planned field of study. Certificates serve as proof that students take their study field seriously and are capable in that field.
International Baccalaureate and a State Czech Language Exam
This combination is available to our students thanks to an exception granted to Open Gate by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. Under this option, the International Baccalaureate and Czech school leaving exam are both recognised. In addition to the IB, however, students must also pass a state Czech language exam.
Leaving Exams Results
The International Baccalaureate (IB) is one of the most demanding and most complex exams of secondary schools in the world. Its prestige and popularity at top schools grows year after year.
The exam month this year ran from the 5.5. through to the 27.5. Of the 21 candidates this year only 3 chose the IB with Czech Language, 18 chose the complete State Maturita with 14 of them adding to that the entire IB Diploma package, and the remaining three doing Maturita with IB certificates.
This year, more than 135,000 students in 141 countries took their International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations. While the global average score for diploma students was 29.81 points, Open Gate graduates achieved an average score of 35.7 points. The maximum possible score is 45 points.
Results of the Czech grammar school Open Gate’s students are among the world’s best. In May 2013, more than 127,000 secondary school students in 145 countries all around the world took their International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations. These students, including the students of the Open Gate eight-year grammar school in Babice, Central Bohemia are now receiving the results for their examination scripts and other papers. In this year’s session, the global average score for diploma students in this challenging examination was 29.81 points, while the maximum possible score was 45 points. Open Gate graduates achieved an average score of 37.2 points, which placed the school among the best secondary schools globally.
This year’s graduates from the last year of the OPEN GATE Boarding School located in Babice in Central Bohemia know their International Baccalaureate (IB) results. They fared excellently in an international benchmarking event involving more than 119,000 students from 2,000 schools all over the world. The global average of the results achieved for the IB diploma was 29.83 points this year. OPEN GATE students can boast of an unbelievable 36 points on average, making their school one of the best in the world under the IB program.