Seriously? You're disappointed about getting at least a HL C in all of your subjects? That's a great achievement and is something to be proud of. It's the only thing that matters in the long run as an honour indicates you are fit to do HL for LC.
Besides, weren't you the one saying the JC doesn't even matter in the first place? And now you're getting "ANGRY" over the results- I mean do you care or not?
Yes I am being serious, I wanted a B in Maths, Music, French and Business but I got a C.
Yes I was the one but I have very serious issues and problems, I try to make you people feel better and do not suffer problems that I do. I do care for Maths especially as the exam was so easy, I was expecting much better.
I'm happy with Science because I thought I'd fail it but instead I got a C (HL). Irish I'm also kind of happy with, my teacher said I was the best of the class with a B and he was sure that I wasn't far from an A.
Geography I was expecting a C as the exam (section 2 to be specific) was awful, so I do not care much for this result. Everything else though I'm not happy with, like a B in CSPE??? WHAT!!!? I got an A in my mock for god sake (89%).
i was really happy with my results, although i hoped to fail irish, as i could then get an exemption, but instead got an A in pass :P i managed to get an A in higher maths which i am over the moon about. a lot of my year group got Bs and Cs in cspe, quite confused about that to be honest!
glitteryhippie I didn't realise it was possible to get an Irish exemption by just failing the subject in the JC.Sure if that was the case a lot of people would just intentionally fail it so that they wouldn't have to do it for LC ! Are you sure about that?
kevdog, you can't get an exemption by failing alone, i lived in england for 12 years, and have only done irish for 2 years. i couldn't get an exemption because i was doing well enough. i hoped i'd fail so then i'd be more likely to get one...sorry, should've specified :)