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Predicted grades - when?/possible changes?

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Hi,

I have two questions concerning the predicted grades for the aplicantion to UK (i'm in the final year of ib):

1) when are the teachers usually giving the P.G for Extended Essay+TOK?? In our school we're just about starting to write these essays, and i heard that they have to submit the P.Gs before october, so i'm wondering on what basis would my teachers decide on the P.G from EE+TOK ('cause in fact in previous year we weren't doing much, not our fault)

2) if i'm not aplying for Oxbridge, so i have time till January for the aplication, is it possible that the P.Gs could change a little bit during next few months? (just curious)

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I think it completely depends on your school... ask your IB coordinator!

at my school, our teachers give us predictions based on our upcoming internal exams. for TOK we've written our first draft of the essay so we get our prediction from there, and we're asked to submit a rough draft of the EE before those internal exams, so yeah... and they said those grades from the exams are for our uni predictions, so it won't change. for TOK and EE, the school didn't say anything to us, so I'm not sure if it'll change.

but in your case, you should ask your school..

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Yup agree with Desy. Ask your school. Every school is different.

For me, we already finished two of our SL courses last year, so those marks are definite. The predicted grades will come after our January exams since we send off our uni apps in February. I know teachers will give you predicted grades earlier if you're applying to a university abroad (good example is Britain) that requires an application before February. We just handed in our EE's, so those grades will come soon and for our TOK essay, I have no idea :P

Just ask your teachers and they'll tell you all you need to know.

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