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    1) How long does re-marking take? If I request re-marking, would the new results come out before September?

    2) How much does re-marking cost for the school?

    3) How do we go about getting it remarked? Do we just request to our school IB Coordinator?

    4) Is re-marking usually successful? (I am thinking of getting French, Bio, and TOK re-marked)

    5) If the second grade is lower than the initial grade, do we still keep the initial grade?

    oh yeah, also

    When do we get the results for each paper of each subject?

    Thanks.
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    I'm sorry not to be of much help, but I strongly suggest you wait 2 weeks for the breakdown of each paper. This will give you an idea of what re-marks will most probably lead to extra points
    Good luck!
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    5) You can only gain in the re-mark process. You will never lose points. In worst case you end up with the same grade as before.
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    1) Deadline to ask for remarks is 15th of september, obviously if you ask for it then you won't get it back before september:p: But I'd say it is likely you have it back in September if you ask fairly quickly - yes. No guarantees though.

    2) $85

    3) Yes, ask your IBC

    4) Quite irrelevant question - sometimes it goes up, sometimes it doesn't, quite obviously.

    The other questions are already answered...
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    nota_bene, by question 4, I meant what percentage of appeals are actually successful.
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    I guess this is quite a specific question, but does anyone know whether it is possible to just get individual papers re-marked??? I guess it's not anyhow, but just wanted to ask. Because then, if say, in one paper (Geography for instance in my case), you got a clear 7, but in the other a high 6, you'd obviously just want the high 6 one re-marked, since the other could go down and thus it might cancel out the improvement of the re-mark of the second paper, if you get what I mean:p:

    Thanks for any advice on the issue!
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    (Original post by TimS.TakingIBInLuton)
    I guess this is quite a specific question, but does anyone know whether it is possible to just get individual papers re-marked??? I guess it's not anyhow, but just wanted to ask. Because then, if say, in one paper (Geography for instance in my case), you got a clear 7, but in the other a high 6, you'd obviously just want the high 6 one re-marked, since the other could go down and thus it might cancel out the improvement of the re-mark of the second paper, if you get what I mean:p:

    Thanks for any advice on the issue!
    I think you'd just get the whole paper remarked.
    The 7 won't change anyways, the only grade that might change would be the high 6.

    You can get remarked lower, but the grades will only be changed if the remark is higher than the original. so you don't really have anything to lose.
 
 
 

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