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so i've some discussions where people show their predicted and their actual.. so when do you actually receive a predicted score? In your first year after mock exams? or before the exams? or does it mean that your teacher predicts it and tells you based on your prior assessments and then give you your predicted score? 


Im guessing the actual score means that the person already finished IB exams and is taking part in the discussion because they are kind people and are willing to help poor souls in need??

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When predicted grades are released, and how they're determined, depends on your school. Some schools will not tell you specific predicted scores, only a range. Actual scores are the ones people received on their actual exams, so yes, those are the people who have finished IB already. 

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