IB, OSSD, BACS, GCSE TESTS

IB, OSSD, BACS, GCSE, AP TESTS
 OSSD, Ontario CanadaIB InternationalBAC FrenchGCSE British
Conditions for Diploma approval1. Includes grades in at least six exams, including:
- Mathematics
- English
- Science – physics, chemistry or biology
- Social sciences or humanities
- Second language (preferably Hebrew)
- Elective subject
2. All subjects are at the high level. The OSSD (Ontario Secondary School Diploma) must also be submitted.
3. All grades are at least 70. (A diploma will be considered if it includes one grade lower than 70 but the average is higher than 70.)
1.Includes grades in at least six exams, including:
- Mathematics
- English
- Science – physics, chemistry or biology
- History (or social sciences)
- Second language: Hebrew, the student's native language or another modern European language (German, French, Spanish)
- Elective subject
2. At least three exams are at the high level. One of them must be Mathematics.
3. All grades are at least 5. (A diploma might be considered if it includes one grade lower than 5 but the average is higher than 5.)
1. Diploma from series S with grades in at least six exams, including:
- Mathematics
- Philosophy
- Physics
- History (or another social sciences subject)
- French (as a first language)
- Elective subject (in most cases an additional scientific subject)
2. The diploma must include a second language (preferably Hebrew or English)
3. Average higher than 10.
1. Includes grades in five subjects, including
- Mathematics
- Science – physics, chemistry or biology
- English
- Elective subject from the social science or humanities or art
2. Three of the exams are A-level exams including mathematics and a science subject.
3. All grades are at least C. The average of the O-level grades is at least 65 and the average of the three A-level grades is at least 70.
Grade EquivalentOn a 1-100 scale, equivalent to the Israeli matriculation (Bagrut) grades.1 – 10
2 – 25
3 – 40
4 – 55
5 – 70
6 - 85
7 - 100
1 - 10
2 - 20
3 - 30
4 - 40
5 - 45
6 - 50
7 - 55
8 - 60
9 - 65
10 – 70
11 - 75
12 - 80
13 - 85
14 - 90
15 - 95
16 - 100
17 - 105
18 - 110
19 - 120
20 - 130

A* – 100
A – 95
B – 75
C - 60
Exam Weight: 3 or 5 Israeli Bagrut UnitsMathematics, English and Science are calculated as 5 Israeli Bagrut units. An average is calculated for the remaining grades with the weight of 8 Israeli Bagrut units.High level exams are equivalent to 5 Israeli Bagrut units. Subsidiary level exams are equivalent to 3 Israeli Bagrut units.Each subject's weight is determined by its "coefficient" (equivalent to Israeli Bagrut unit)A-level exams are given the weight of 5 Israeli Bagrut units. O-level exams are given the weight of 3 Israeli Bagrut units.
BonusesBonuses are given to the high level (equivalent to 5 Israeli units) in the following subjects: mathematics (+30), physics (+30), chemistry (+30), biology (+20) and English (+20).Bonuses are given in the following subjects, assuming they have a coefficient of 5 or more: mathematics (+30), physics (+30), chemistry (+30), biology (+20) and English (+20).Bonuses are given in the following subjects assuming they have a coefficient of 5 or more: mathematics (+30), physics (+30), chemistry (+30), biology (+20) and English (+20).Bonuses are given only to A-level subjects (equivalent to 5 Israeli units): mathematics (+30), physics (+30), chemistry (+30), biology (+20) and English (+20).
Average CalculationOnly subjects taken in the 12th grade are considered.
The grade is on the 1-100 scale as given. A bonus is given to relevant subjects. If mathematics appears more than once in the diploma, the average of all its appearances will be calculated. Each grade is multiplied by the number of its units (see the above explanation regarding the exam weight). The sum of the products is divided by the sum of the units. The result taken is the best possible average.
Each subject gets the appropriate weight (high level=5 Israeli Bagrut units; subsidiary level=3 Israeli Bagrut units). If relevant, a bonus is added to subjects at the 5 unit level. In each subject the grade is multiplied by the number of units. The sum of the products is divided by the total number of units. The result taken is the best possible average.Each subject gets a weight according to its "coefficient". If relevant, a bonus is added. Each grade is multiplied by its "coefficient". The grade in physical education is not included in the calculation. The sum of the products is divided by the sum of the "coefficients". The result taken is the best possible average.Each subject gets the appropriate weight (A-level=5 Israeli Bagrut units; O-level=3 Israeli Bagrut units). If relevant, a bonus is added to subjects at the 5 unit level. For each subject, the grade is multiplied by the number of units. The sum of the products is divided by the sum of the units. The result taken is the best possible average.