International School Dhaka (ISD) Student Achieves Perfect Score in IBDP 2022

International School Dhaka (ISD) student Tanzif Chowdhury achieves the perfect IB score of 45 out of 45 in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) 2022. Tanzif is to receive quick decision acceptance from the Brown University, an Ivy League university in the United States of America. This step was taken in the context of the school’s comprehensive IB curriculum and a differentiated approach to learning.

Part of the IB curriculum, the IB Diploma Program (DP) is an assessed, challenging and academically balanced program of education that prepares students for success in higher education. Designed as a comprehensive two-year program, the IBDP focuses on the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical well-being of students. International School Dhaka (ISD), an International Baccalaureate Global School, offers the IB curriculum comprising of IB Primary Years Program (PP), IB Middle Years Years Program (MYP) and Diploma Program of the IB (IBDP). This academic year, in the IB Diploma Program (IBDP), ISD student Tanzif Alam Chowdhury stands out with a perfect score of 45 out of 45.

For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News channel.

Tanzif Chowdhury, said: “The most valuable learner profile I have exhibited at ISD is ‘Thinker’. I believe there is a sense of achievement not only in observing our circumstances, but in using this observation to shape our thinking and form independent opinions about the world. Over the years, ISD has enabled me to think independently about all issues, whether it’s about me or the world. I believe that independent thinking is an invaluable asset, as we encounter countless challenges as we move through the next stages of life Brown, I hope to build on this attribute and gain new perspectives to further enrich my thinking skills. “

Over the years, ISD has achieved significant records in improvisation and implementation of the IB curriculum. This has led the school’s pass rate at the IBDP to reach 92%, with 48% of applicants receiving a bilingual degree. In addition, 8% of ISD diploma candidates obtain a mark above 40 on average.

ISD Director Thomas Van der Wielen said, “ISD has always been focused on preparing students for the world after high school with an emphasis on a type of learning that is comprehensive, personalized and sustainable. . ISD hopes to continue to instill true values ​​in our students and empower them to reveal the best version of themselves towards a prosperous future.”