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    Do you think they're fair? There are so many emotions and things flying around on results day and it can often take a week or so for them to really sink in and start thinking more rationally about what they are- good or more disappointing. So ten days on, how are you feeling about your IB results now? What's your next step?
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    i was happy with math hl, however really disappointed with hl chemistry, especially that the exam was hard.
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    At the end of the day, I did meet my uni offer and so I guess it doesn't really matter to me but I'm still very angry about EE results (not only my own but for some of the people in my year as well). A lot of really good students in our year (who are now heading to Oxbridge, Stanford and Harvard) worked really really hard on them and ended up getting C's or low B's. However, one of the weakest students in my economics class got an A for her EE even though it was very last minute and she didn't put in any effort. I still feel a sense of injustice as a result of this.
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    (Original post by shahad_)
    i was happy with math hl, however really disappointed with hl chemistry, especially that the exam was hard.
    Sorry your chemistry was disappointing! Exams like that are horrible, it's done now though and at least you know what you're dealing with. What are your plans for next year?

    (Original post by Tikiboom1)
    At the end of the day, I did meet my uni offer and so I guess it doesn't really matter to me but I'm still very angry about EE results (not only my own but for some of the people in my year as well). A lot of really good students in our year (who are now heading to Oxbridge, Stanford and Harvard) worked really really hard on them and ended up getting C's or low B's. However, one of the weakest students in my economics class got an A for her EE even though it was very last minute and she didn't put in any effort. I still feel a sense of injustice as a result of this.
    Congratulations! I can understand being annoyed about that though. Are your school going to question it at all? I'm not sure how IB works re remarks and things like that.
 
 
 
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