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26 • 08 • 2020
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AIS Vietnam celebrate outstanding academic success

Students from the Australian International School (AIS) are celebrating outstanding results from their recent International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) and Cambridge IGCSE assessments.

AIS’s overall pass rates for 2020 show an incredibly high level of achievement across the senior school.

IBDP results
The school’s top-performing IBDP students include:

  • Anh Andrew Tran, who achieved a remarkable 43 out of 45 points.
  • Hyeonjun Kim, who was awarded 42 points.

Both students will soon be attending word-class universities in Australia and South Korea.

IGCSE results
Special mention must also be given six exceptional Year 11 students who received straight-A IGCSE grades.

  • Nguyen Khanh Linh was awarded five A* grades (90% and above) in chemistry, physics, English, English literature, and geography, and one A grade (80% and above) in additional mathematics.
  • Mai Diem Phuong received five A* grades in biology, chemistry, English as a second language, mathematics, and physics.
  • Le Anh Huy earned four A* grades in chemistry, English, English literature, and physics, and two A grades in additional mathematics and biology.
  • Le Minh Khoa was awarded three A* grades in additional maths, biology, chemistry and three A grades in English, geography, and English literature.
  • Trieu Khanh Han received three A* grades in English, ICT, and English literature and three A grades in additional mathematics, art & design, and biology.
  • Heloise Archambeaud earned two A* grades in English as a second language, and global perspectives and four A grades in biology, chemistry, geography, and mathematics.

“These results reflect the students’ hard work and also the hard work and dedication of our teachers,” says AIS Executive Principal Davina McCarthy.

About Cambridge
The Cambridge International Curriculum is now taught to almost a million learners, in over 10,000 schools, across 160 countries. Setting a global standard for education and academic achievement, Cambridge qualifications are accepted by every UK university, by 600 universities in the US (including all the Ivy League colleges) and in many other major student destinations, such as Canada, Australia, South Africa, Germany and the Netherlands.