Like the theory of knowledge (TOK essay and presentation), and participation in creativity, action, service activities, the extended essay is a mandatory prerequisite for the award of the IB Diploma. However, students taking the IB Certificate program do not have the Extended Essay in their program.
Extended Essay A 3 3 2 2 1 F B 3 2 1 1 F C 2 1 1 0 F D 2 1 0 0 F E 1 F F F F F F From 2010 onwards 28 points overall will be required to be eligible for the diploma if a student attains an E grade TOKEE Matrix. Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge Assessment A grade A in one of the components earns an extra point even if the other is a grade E. An E grade in both the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge means an automatic failure of the IB Diploma. Changes from The diploma points matrix (May 2010 November 2014): B C combination now results in 2 additional points (previously 1 point).
A E combination now results in zero points and a failing condition (previously 1 point). Essay Points Matrix Possible points applied toward the Diploma from the TOK& Extended Essays: Attaining a grade E in either the extended essay and theory of knowledge represents an automatic failure regardless of how many points are attained.
This summarises" The diploma points matrix" in the International Baccalaureate Organisation's Diploma Programme Guides (on page 42 of the Theory of knowlege guide for 2008, and on page 23 of the Extended essay guide for 2009).
The Core is required and includes the CAS program, Theory of Knowledge and the Extended Essay. The Extended Essay and Theory Tok extended essay point matrix Knowledge are marked based on letter grades and are crossed on the matrix below to provide a combined point score of up to 3 points. Incomplete CAS programs or inadequate work on the Extended Essay or and the Extended Essay (no E score).
Student must earn at least 24 total points. (45 total pts. possible 42 from IB subjects 3 from TOKEE, see matrix below) Diploma Points Matrix& Extended Essay Grade Boundaries The diploma points matrix TOK points Points awarded for the externally assessed component, Part 1, The Essay on a Prescribed Title (40 points) and for the internally assessed component, Part 2, The Presentation (20 points), are combined to give a total out of 60.
Points matrix EE and TOK; Points matrix EE and TOK. Points for Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge. 42 of the possible 45 points come from the 6 courses, maximum 7 points per subject. The remaining 3 points are possible additional points. The extended essay contributes to the overall diploma score through the award of points in