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Sha Tin College actively supports students in their higher education applications. We have a strong reputation with both local and global establishments. This reputation is based on their confidence in our ability to present our students in the most positive and accurate light. The purpose of this document is to ensure all parties understand clearly and follow proper protocols for receiving predicted grades for university applications. We should all remember that the predicted grade is only one of a series of indicators that institutions of higher education look at when making offers.
The predicted grade is a subject teacher’s estimate of the likely diploma score that a student will achieve in the final examinations. It is a professional judgment moderated in discussion with the heads of subject and subject colleagues. The predicted grade takes into account:
Students should not:
At STC predicted grades should not come as any surprise to students. Through our individual approach to teaching and learning and regular transparent feedback, students should be aware of their levels.
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