Predicted grades are estimates of what a student is likely to achieve in exams, the actual results of which arrive in the mail nearly a year later. Photo: Shutterstock Predicted grades are estimates of what a student is likely to achieve in exams, the actual results of which arrive in the mail nearly a year later. Photo: Shutterstock
Predicted grades are estimates of what a student is likely to achieve in exams, the actual results of which arrive in the mail nearly a year later. Photo: Shutterstock
Martin Campion
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Opinion

EdTalk by Martin Campion

Time to take the guesswork out of grade estimates

  • The anxiety-ridden practice of predicting future grades could be avoided if tertiary institutes could assess students’ applications after final results are in

Predicted grades are estimates of what a student is likely to achieve in exams, the actual results of which arrive in the mail nearly a year later. Photo: Shutterstock Predicted grades are estimates of what a student is likely to achieve in exams, the actual results of which arrive in the mail nearly a year later. Photo: Shutterstock
Predicted grades are estimates of what a student is likely to achieve in exams, the actual results of which arrive in the mail nearly a year later. Photo: Shutterstock
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Martin Campion

Martin Campion

Martin Campion is the founder of Campion College Consultancy. With 20 years' experience in university guidance with the ESF, he has won awards from the Council of International Schools and Yale University.