Assessment Overviews and Exam Examples

These assessment overviews show the assessment components for internal and external assessements for the subject that we offer at my school.

The document also gives a brief explanation and shows the weighing for each component.

Assessment overview for all subjects on one document

This document gives the assessment overview for all subjects at my school.

Please edit to match the subjects your school offers.

This assessment overviews show the assessment components for internal and external assessments for each subject that we offer at my school.

It also gives a brief explanation and shows the weighing for each component.

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Assessment overviews and exam examples for each subject separately.

As well as the assessment overviews, these documents also include examples from exams for each subject. These documents are shared with staff, students and parents.

Biology

The assessment overview and exam examples for Biology.

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Economics

The assessment overview and exam examples for Economics.

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Environmental Systems and Societies

The assessment overview and exam examples for Environmental Systems and Societies.

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History

The assessment overview and exam examples for History.

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Mathematics SL

The assessment overview and exam examples for Mathematics SL.

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Physics

The assessment overview and exam examples for Physics.

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Chemistry

The assessment overview and exam examples for Chemistry.

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English A: Language and Literature

The assessment overview and exam examples for English A: Language and Literature.

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Language B

The assessment overview and exam examples for Language B.

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Mathematics HL

The assessment overview and exam examples for Mathematics HL

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Uploading Instructions for Staff

An important role for the Coordinator is to has support staff with the International Baccalaureate’s Assessment procedures. This 1,030 word document includes creating documents for staff setting out the forms needed, the deadlines and instruction on how the International Baccalaureate wants the assessments uploaded for each subject.

I have worked with each subject to give myself an overview of the information needed for each Internal Assessment form (which are becoming less and less) and have filled the form in step by step with teachers when they have required me to do so, especially teachers who are going through the process for the first time.

The document below is shared with my DP teachers 6 months before the final exams to give them plenty of time to meet the deadlines. It also allows staff to plan when they are going to moderate the students’ work, details of which can be found here. Staff are reminded throughout the year that the final version of the students’ work must be handed in with an academic honesty form.

Part One of the document gives detailed instructions on how to use the International Baccalaureate’s “My IB” website to find the relevant assessment instructions from the International Baccalaureate’s “Diploma Programme Assessment procedures” document.

Part Two of the document shows the submission dates for predicted grades, internal assessment grades and uploading assessment components for each subject. I usually ask for the work seven to ten days before the final deadline in order to allow me to upload the work.

This document runs in conjunction with the folders I create for staff on our school drive to help teachers upload the work in the correct order.

I have worked closely with staff to support them in uploading their external assessments. I give department meeting times to go over the grading of the assessments, to check that the work has been uploaded into the correct folder and, where possible, to upload the grades and work with the teachers.

When required, I have worked with the art department at weekends to help the teacher with uploading external assessment materials, as this is timely for Visual Arts.

I have also overseen the final meeting with the visual arts students when they choose which pieces of art to send off. I was present at these meetings to show support to the teachers and students, to gain a better understanding of the requirements of the course and to ensure that academic honesty has been upheld.

I have instructed staff to scan and put all Internal Assessment records onto the school drive to show the next year`s staff how the forms should be filled in and to look at the quality of the work against the grade given, again for future reference.

I regularly go through the Internal Assessment forms with staff at subject meetings when discussing the International Baccalaureate’s Internal Assessment feedback, focusing on any issues from the previous year.

Each year I send Internal Assessment information to parents, including the types of work needed for each subject and the deadlines for them. This allows parents to know their child’s deadlines and they can support him / her in meeting them.

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Moderation / Standardisation

I created the following moderation / standardisation document to guide staff and departments through the process.

Whole staff meetings are a good place to set out the school`s policy on moderation. I have used them to show the moderation procedure that I created with the science department, which has been written into the school policy and can be found below.

Meetings are also a good time to go over the expectations of staff set out in the document, such as timing regarding report cycles and assessment return deadlines and what to say and what not to say to students if grades have been changed.

It is important to also go through this document in departmental meetings as departments are of different sizes and include teachers with different strengths and weaknesses regarding working as a team and time management.

Some of the points in the Moderation document can be modified in different departments with different needs. If this occurs it is important to write up a new proposal that is understood by all teachers in the subject group.

It is a good idea to give staff departmental meeting time to discuss the grades they have given and to come to a consensus. I always let departments agree what is needed to be done before the moderation meeting. This allows all staff to come to the meeting ready to share grades and give their justifications.

The International Baccalaureate’s IA feedback from the previous year is a good source to take to moderation meetings as it allows staff to look at last year’s work and the reasons why the IB moderators changed the grades / kept the grades as they were.

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IB Exam Analysis

Each year I ask departments to give an analysis of their exam results, using the “exam analysis” document below. When I receive the full set of documents, I go through them with each department and then collate all of the subjects’ ideas and create a programme summary document called “exam analysis compilation” which can also be found below.

The exam analysis compilation has the aim of sharing common issues and good practice and strategies that can be used to help raise results across the programme. The findings are designed to guide departments in the next academic year and for future exam sessions, and staff are encouraged to use the good practice from other departments where applicable.

I have discussed each department`s analysis and requirements in subject meetings and as a programme we have started to use the data to help plan for the next exam session, including helping students with their choices in subjects such as language.

Exam analysis can also be used to guide departments on what Enquiry Upon Results to order from the IBO.

The exam analysis asks departments to comment on the following:

  • The department`s initial response.
  • Good practice the department put into place which helped gain good results: Focus on resources, revision, timing, ATLs, use of IBO materials, use of supporting materials created by the department.
  • Student(s) who reached / exceeded his or her potential. Consider reasons why he/she did so well, include the performance / work rate of the student and the good practice put into place by the department.
  • Student(s) who didn`t reach his or her potential: What do you believe the reasons for this are Were any of the reasons out of your control? Could you have done anything as a department? What strategies can you put into place to avoid this in the future?

Please write down the effect the following have had on your results:

  • Formative assessments; Types of homework throughout the course
  • Information gained from mock exam results
  • Resources from the IBO such as Past Papers, official websites, Teacher Support Material, Question bank (if applicable)
  • Use of departmental websites (Schoology / Managebac)–please explain how you use them
  • Revision strategies given to the students
  • The school year

How can the results be used to help backward planning into the MYP with a view of improving DP results in the future?

  • Areas the department needs to focus on to improve results.
  • Possible changes to the structure and timings of the course / Internal Assessments.
  • The department would like the following support / training / resources to help improve results.

 

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IB Subject Reports

I have created a summary of the International Baccalaureate’s subject reports, used to support staff and students.

Below is summary of a Theory of Knowledge report, which I went through with the students in my next class. The report gives an overview of the main points from the International Baccalaureate.

I also showed this document to all staff to help them in their delivery of the Theory of Knowledge skills in their own subjects.

I encourage staff to create a summary report for their own subject.

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Predicted Grades

Predicted grades are a worry for students as they are often shown to potential universities.

I have found that students, at times, believe that only their mock exams will count towards their predicted grades. I have taken time to explain to students and parents that it is not only the mock exam results that will count towards the predicted grades, but teachers will also take into account the students’ performance in all of the assessment components, including the Internal Assessments.

I explain that the predicted grades are based on the International Baccalaureate’s grade descriptors (which I ask staff to include in their student guides for each subject). I also make it clear that there is room for students to make further progress after the mock exams and this is taken into account when creating a predicted grade.

I ask teachers to take their overall knowledge of their students into account when creating predicted grades. As well as academic ability this can also include motivation, work rate, attitude to learning and self-management, all of which can have an impact on results.

When collating predicted grades I create one of the predicted grade documents below for each student. The document is put onto a Google Doc so all subject teachers can edit it.

The correct subject groups and subjects need to be inputted for each student depending on the route they have chosen through the Diploma.

Once the results are in I check the students’ predictions across the core and their points across their SL and HL subjects (where a minimum of 9 in SL and 12 in HL are needed), and take into account the other criteria that need to be met for a full Diploma to be awarded.

I then give a final points prediction and whether the student is predicted to pass the full Diploma or not.

Once the predicted grades have been received, they are inputted onto IBIS and I add them to the student data tracking document.

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Student Data Tracking

I use the excel sheets below to track student data throughout the course.

The summary sheet shows each student`s total score from their 6 subjects, including a breakdown of SL and HL points from each report. As the course progresses, it shows the difference in each student`s performance from one eport cycle to the next. It also includes their predicted grades, potential bonus points and whether they are predicted to pass the Diploma or not.

The student sheet records each student`s grades for each of their subjects throughout the course.

These sheets are used to track student progress and to advice on if and when intervention needs to take place. Students whose mid or final term total score is 26 or under are put on the mentor scheme, which is shown in depth in this website.

These documents are also useful when giving staff presentations on each student`s progress, both in departmental meetings, focusing on their performance in the given subject, or as a whole staff, looking at their present scores in comparison to previous report data.

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Enquiry Upon Results

After each exam sessions the IB offer schools a range of services through Enquiry Upon Results, which can be found via the IBIS website.

Enquiry Upon Results, for a fee, and depening on what you are ordering, with student and parent permission, allows schools to apply for:

  • Category 1: Individual candidate re-mark
  • Category 2a: return of externally assessed material charged by component
  • Category 2b: return of externally assessed material charged by subject/level for an individual candidate
  • Category 3: Remoderation of internal assessment sample work

In order to help collaborate with future teaching and planning, I have ordered category 2a and 2b to get our school copies of previous students` assessment components including Theory of Knowledge and Extended Essays. I have given staff departmental time to look at the previous student`s work in their departments to find their strengths and weaknesses and use them to plan for future exams and Internal Assessments.

The returned work also consists of the examiner’s comments, which staff can use to guide their teaching and their marking.

I have used the returned Extended Essays in staff training sessions. I go through the Extended Essay Assessment Criteria with the supervisors and then get them to grade one of the essays (made anonymous). We then go through the grade the IB gave to get a better understanding of the quality of work that is expected for each grade.

Exam Information for Students

Each year I hold a pre-exam session with the students to go through the exam regulations, stationary, timetable, academic honesty, rules in the exam room and the equipment needed for each exam. I create a document based on the year’s exam code of conduct document that I create for invigilators. The 2019 document is below.

In this session I set up a mock student desk in the classroom and set the exam room up as close as possible to how it will look on the day of the exam (students already have some experience of this through their mock exams).

I go through the whole of the exam process from arriving at school to finishing the exam with the students. All aspects are covered such as where students can have lunch, where they can study before an exam and how to contact school if they think they are going to be late. This session is also a good opportunity to go through how to use the exam stationary and the different types of exam.

The exam information document for students below contains the following information:

  1. Types of exam.
  2. Stationary.
  3. Refreshments.
  4. The exam room.
  5. Seating arrangements.
  6. Arrival of the students.
  7. Starting the examination.
  8. During the examination.
  9. Attendance.
  10. Finishing the exam.
  11. Appendices.

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Exam Questions Staff Activity

This staff activity is designed to get teachers from different departments to work together to look at similarities in exam skills across the curriculum and to start collaborating with the aim of best preparing students for the exams.

The activity looks at a range of issues such as the skills the exam is asking students to show, ATLs, similarities between subjects, language issues, cultural issues, how to prepare for different types of questions, potential problems for students on the exam.

Before the activity I get a range of exam questions from each subject and put them on different tables in the room. Next to each exam question are A3 pieces of paper, with the following questions on:

  • What is the exam / a particular question asking the student to do? Are there similar instructions in your subject?
  • What Approaches to Learning skills does the student need to answer the question? Give reasons. (thinking, research, communication, social, self-management)
  • What Approaches to Teaching would best prepare the student for this paper / question? Give reasons (inquiry, conceptual understanding, local and social concepts, effective teamwork and collaboration, differentiation, informed by assessment)
  • Does your subject have similar skills that the student needs in this exam?—please explain.
  • What potential language issues are there for our students as a whole (give specific examples if you can)?
  • What potential cultural issues are there for our students as a whole?
  • How would you prepare a student for this type of exam / question? Look at the revision techniques handout and add your own ideas.
  • Make links between the requirements for this subject and yours (remember to write your name on your comments!)
  • What potential problems are there on this exam?

Staff work around the room looking at exam questions from different subject areas and adding their ideas. I ask teachers to write their name and subject area next to each comment so the subject area can make connections at a later date.

The activity focuses on IB philosophy as well as the students in the school and is aimed to give teacher to analyse how we can better prepare our students for the types of questions they will be facing in the exams.

The questions in the activity are designed to initiate collaboration between departments.

As Coordinator, I amalgamate the responses and share with staff. It is a good idea to have a reflection meeting on this activity where staff can discuss the issues that have arisen.

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Exam Schedule for Invigilators

Each exam session I create a day by day scheduler for invigilators. The documents, shown below, are emailed to staff at the beginning of the exam session and are put in the exam folder for invigilators.

The November 2018 exam schedule below contains the following information:

  • The subject and level.
  • The paper.
  • The exam length.
  • The start and finish times.
  • The invigilators and their times.
  • Exam information, such as the type of exam and stationary / booklets needed.

I have also attached a 2018 Mock exam schedule below, which has a different design to the one above. In this document there is an "invigilator instructions" box for each exam. You can also see here that we had 'floating examiners'.

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Invigilation Training

To prepare my staff for invigilating the Diploma Programme exams, each exam session I create an invigilation document for staff, based on IBO`s “The Conduct of Diploma Programme Examinations” for the year. This document can be seen below.

I go through the document with staff at a meeting, where I create a mock up exam room to help explain the process. In the meeting I go through the responsibilities of the invigilators as well as the procedures for setting up and running the exams.

As Coordinator I set up the exam room and start and finish each exam. I have trained another teacher to do this in case I cannot be at the school on the day in case of an unforeseen circumstance such as illness. I also hold pre-exam sessions with the year 12 students to go through the exam regulations, exam stationary, timetable, rules in the exam room and the equipment needed for each exam.

The document below includes:

  1. Types of exam
  2. Stationary
  3. Refreshments
  4. The exam room
  5. Seating arrangements
  6. The arrival of students
  7. Starting the examination
  8. During the examination
  9. Attendance
  10. Finishing the exam

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IB Mock Exam Information for Staff and Students

The mock exams are held to resemble the real exams as closely as possible; in the setting up of the room, how the students enter and leave the room, and the reading of the instructions. This reduces the students concerns for the final exams, enabling them to understand the process as well as leaving them with no surprises when the final exams take place.

I hold mock exam training sessions with staff and invigilators, and students, two weeks before the mock exams take place. I also email the students’ mock exam pack to their parents.

Mock exams are also explained to parents and students at the start of the year in a parent workshop, with the aim of reassuring them regarding the role of the mock exams in the predicted grades process.

Mock exam information for staff.

I give this document to staff two weeks before the mock exams starts. I set the meeting room up as an exam room including all of the IB’s posters.

The document covers the following:

  • Aims of the mock exams.
  • Subject teacher responsibilities.
  • Types of exam.
  • Stationary.
  • Refreshments.
  • The exam room.
  • Seating arrangements.
  • Arrival of students.
  • Starting the examination.
  • During the examination.
  • Attendance.
  • Finishing the examination.
  • Appendices.

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Mock exam information for students.

I go through this information with students two weeks before the mock exams start. I set their classroom up as an exam room using IB posters and past papers to go through the exam process.

The document covers the following:

  • Aims of the mock exams
  • Types of examsStationary
  • Refreshments
  • The exam room
  • During the exam
  • Attendance

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Retake Students

The Coordinator is in charge of organising and preparing students who wish to sit retake exams. This includes liaising with students and staff over what subjects the student should retake, and whether they should retake the Internal Assessments of the subject(s)again.

It is important to not that any retakes need written permission from the parent. I always include the full cost of the retakes and ask parents to sign that they are happy to meet them (the costs and deadlines can be found on My IB).

After the results have been issued I have met with students who may wish to retake to explain the amount of points they needs to get the Diploma / into the universities they would like to go to, and look for the best way of achieving the needed points and any subject specific requirements that are needed to meet the pass criteria, such as when a student received an E in an Extended Essay.

It is a good idea to look at the Enquiry Upon Results service offered on IBIS throughout this process. With the student and parent permission it can be useful to look at their papers to see the examiner comments on their performance.

Looking through these with the subject teacher is a good way to assess how the student performed and whether they have a chance of achieving a higher grade if they decided to retake the subject. This also shows students the areas they need to work on to improve their grade.

I have advised students on behalf of the subject teacher if the teacher thinks the student achieved their full potential in the first exams and whether it would be inadvisable to retake the subject and where the student could possibly focus on getting extra points.

Once a student has agreed to do a retake, similar to the first exam session, I call them into school to speak about the exam rules and regulations and update them on any changes from the previous exam session, as shown here. I have worked with teachers and the retake students to set up revision plans and any extra classes.

Revision / Review for Students.

The following revision / review documents to help students prepare for their assessments can be found on this website;

  • Revision techniques booklet.
  • Revision techniques videos.
  • Term time revision booklet.
  • Holiday time revision booklet.

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