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    Is the grade you get in your Christmas report the actual grade your teacher is giving you, or is it only a prediction of what you are currently sitting on?
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    If it was a predicted grade then that should be written next too it.
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    (Original post by asdalol)
    If it was a predicted grade then that should be written next too it.
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    If it was a predicted grade then that should be written next too it.
    But, all the other grades I got on my report were predicted, and it never said that on them. The grades given to me from other subjects were from mock tests I did in class. What I don't understand is that I have not done any tests for IT. I am wondering where my teacher is getting this grade from. I am doing unit one of my modules in year 13. I thought the only way she would be able to know is by Reading my folder and saying what it looks like.

    Does our work get sent away at the end of each year, or two times each year at the same times we do our modules?

    Thanks.
 
 
 
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