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Congratulations, IB History Students!

The results are in. All students who tested in IB history SL and HL passed the exams. Thank you for all your hard work. It has been a pleasure to teach diligent students who are enthusiastic about history. I wish the best for all of you, and well done.


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IB History Study Session at the Red Eye, Part II

Three hardy seniors attended the Saturday session, and had great questions which I was able to answer (the best kind.) I will hold an additional review session at the RedEye coffeehouse tomorrow from 4:30ish until 6:30. Please bring specific questions or topics that you need to review. I will also have graded work to return if you have not picked it up yet.

All the best on your history exam this week!

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IB Exam Results!

Dear Seniors,

Congratulations on an outstanding job!  The IB 20th Century History/History of the Americas class had an overall pass rate of 91%!  The SL section had a 100% pass rate, and the HL section had an 89% pass rate.  Moreover, the HL section achieved an average score of 4.21, which is higher than the global average of 4.09.  For those of you who put in the long hours of taking good notes, participating in class, reading extensively, and writing original answers to term lists and questions, your hard work has paid off!  All the best in your future studies and careers!

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