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Hong Kong International Baccalaureate students see grades improve after scores adjusted worldwide

Many Hong Kong students saw their marks improve in this year’s International Baccalaureate (IB) exams following a review prompted by complaints from tens of thousands of candidates around the world that their grades were poorer than expected.

The city’s biggest international school group, the English Schools Foundation (ESF), as well as five other local and international schools, told the Post on Wednesday their schools’ average scores had risen, and the number of top scorers had also increased significantly after the students’ grades were adjusted.

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