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What happens when your high school has serious deflation?

nineinchnailsnineinchnails Registered User Posts: 100 Junior Member
edited November 2011 in India
And your board exam marks are steller?

I am talking about CIE board.

In grade 9, my grades were mostly Bs, Cs and some rare Ds. These were above average for my class. IN grade 10, i had all Bs in my midterm, which put me in the top 3-5 in the class according to my teachers. In CIE O level exam, I had all 90+, and a national highest, putting me in top 1-2, again according to my teachers.

IN 11th grade, my midterms had all 80+, but only one 90+. But in CIE AS exam, I ended up with all 95+.

My counselor is mentioning that my school grades are quite high, compared to my classmates, but I don't know how colleges see this type of things.

Am I really screwed?
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