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Do our teachers get to see our exams at any point?

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Yeah, 24 hours after the exam they are given your exam booklet so they can look at the questions and such. And I just found out today that they also receive electronic copies of your answer booklets at some point. 

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Teachers are not allowed to see students' completed exams before they are sent off to the IB. They do get a clean copy of the exam paper 24 hours after the exam, that is correct. As far as I know, exams cannot be returned to students if they fail, students can however request that the paper be re-marked. It is not a free service however and is only worth doing if you are close to a grade boundary. 

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It's pretty much impossible. The exam papers come in sealed envelopes which are opened by the invigilators after all candidates enter the exam hall. The invigilators are not from the school. They are also the ones to collect papers after the exams and prepare them to be sent off. Your subject teachers are not allowed in the exam hall when you are taking the exam. 

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The invigilators in the school I go to are our teachers. On monday we had Physics paper 3 and then the invigilator was our biology teacher and the other supervisor was our English teacher.

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