As of today last year’s 3tto students (both havo and atheneum) are given their Anglia exam certificates. Only one student didn’t pass but overall there is a positive shift for our school in that more students achieved a ‘Distinction’ grade (80-100% score) instead of a “Merit’ grade (65-79% score) than the year(s) before.
At the havo level 12 (36%) of the 33 TTO students managed to achieve a ‘distinction’ score on all parts of the written Advanced (the two but highest level within the Anglia organisation) exam. (‘Distinction’ means you scored 80% or more correct.) Practically all the others (61%) passed with a ‘Merit’ qualification – having scored between 65 and 79% correct) and one of our students got a ‘Refer” (scoring below 50%).
At the atheneum level 16 (26%) of the 62 TTO students managed to achieve a ‘distinction’ score on all parts of the written (AcCEPT) Proficiency (one but highest level within the Anglia organisation) exam. Seven students (11%) managed a ‘Pass’ qualification, which means that the other 39 students (63%) scored a ‘Merit’ one.
Well-done all and congratulations and for those who continue their bilingual training within our school, either at havo level with Cambridge Business English (BEC) or at atheneum level with Cambridge Advanced English (CAE) – the best of luck there too.