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Excellent and enthusiastic coverage of the syllabus! How many SL and HL students typically test at your school each year?
We’re a very small school. The graduating class is usually just under 20, with mixed-level classes for all subjects.
Thanks for the comment!
Thankyou verymuch for the resources.Your site is like a GODFATHER to me.My first batch result was very good .Once again thanks alot.
You’re welcome – and it’s a pleasure!
This is awesome, I use it all the time to study for my bio tests 🙂
Thanks, and good luck, Florella!