Assessments and Policies

Assessments

Please visit the International Baccalaureate Organization website for more information on Diploma Programme assessments. The exam window for 2019 runs from May 7 through May 24, with specific exams on the following dates:

2019 IB Testing Schedule

All exams will take place at Cool Spring Baptist Church at 9283 Atlee Station Road. Please park in the back of the building and enter through the recreation center doors. Students are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from the testing site.

Date AM Exam
Report: 8:30 a.m.
Length PM Exam
Report: 12:15 p.m.
Length
Tuesday, May 7


History Paper 1
History Paper 2
1 hour
1.5 hour
Wednesday, May 8 History Paper 3 2.5 hours Philosophy SL Paper 1 1.75 hours
Thursday, May 9 Philosophy Paper 2 1 hour *report at 12:00 p.m.
Biology Paper 1
Biology Paper 2
1 hour
2.25 hours
Friday, May 10 *report at 10:15 a.m.
Biology Paper 3
1.25 hour Psychology Paper 1 2 hours
Monday, May 13 Psychology Paper 2 1 hour Math Studies Paper 1
Math HL Paper 1
1.5 hour
2 hours
Tuesday, May 14 Math Studies Paper 2
Math HL Paper 2
1.5 hour
2 hours
German Paper 1
Latin Paper 1
1.5 hour
1.25 hour
Wednesday, May 15 German Paper 2
Latin Paper 2
1.5 hour
1.5 hour
Economics Paper 1 1.5 hour
Thursday, May 16 Economics Paper 2 1.5 hour English Paper 1 2 hours
Friday, May 17 English Paper 2 2 hours

Tuesday, May 21

Spanish B SL Paper 1 1.5 hour
Wednesday, May 22 Spanish B SL Paper 2
1.5 hour *report at 12:00 p.m.
Chemistry HL Paper 1
Chemistry HL Paper 2
1 hour
2.25 hours
Thursday, May 23 Chemistry HL Paper 3 1.25 hours French B SL Paper 1 1.5 hour
Friday, May 24 French B SL Paper 2
1.5 hour

Important Testing Notes

  • We require you to return to school after all morning exams unless you have a note from a parent. Turn these notes in to Mrs. Alexander in attendance before coming to the exam. No note equals skipping. We do not require you to return to school after an afternoon exam.
  • If your exam conflicts with your usual lunch block, either eat lunch first or pack a lunch to eat at the church before the afternoon exams.
  • Items to bring to the test: blue or black pens. You may also bring a sweater/sweatshirt and bottle of water.
  • Items not to bring: pencils, pencil cases, paper, highlighters, calculators, rulers, and tissues. All will be available at the test.
  • Leave your phone and any other smart devices at home or locked in your vehicle.
  • Do not discuss the content of your exam outside your immediate cohort in the next 24 hours.

International Baccalaureate Organization Policies

IBO requires each school to establish and regularly review policies for the implementation of the Diploma Programme. For a copy of the IB Handbook, please contact Wendy Edelman

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