The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) will be released tomorrow (6th), and many schools will be the first to report success tonight (5th), announcing the birth of the champion one after another.
Among them, there are 5, 36 and 2 students from Diocesan Boys' College, 7 secondary schools under the British Foundation, and Zhendao College, with 5, 36 and 2 students respectively, which is slightly less than last year.
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The Diocesan Boys' College announced that 5 students will be born this year as the No. 1 winner with a perfect score. As for the second place with 44 points and the third flower with 43 points, there are 13 students each.
However, compared with the 17 top picks last year, the number has decreased significantly, but it is still the same as the number of the previous year.
Diocesan Boys' College announced that there are 5 IB winners this year.
(Picture provided by the school)
Seven ESF schools celebrate 36 champions
ESF announced that its seven secondary schools, namely Hong Kong Island Secondary School, King George V School, Kai Hsin College, Shatin College, South Island Secondary School, West Island Secondary School, Chi Hsin College and Kai Hsin College, have a total of 36 full marks as the first-ranking student. That's down slightly from last year's 46ers.
Tseung Kwan O Hong Kong Chinese Christian Association Zhendao College announced that there are 2 winners with full marks, no second place, and 8 winners.
The number of champions is also slightly less than last year's 4.
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