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Eoin O'Malley Aug 13
I was so good at the they asked me to come back and do it again the following year.
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Hugo Aug 13
"She got 600 points. Her thick cousin got 320, so she'll be off to the Institute when Megan is in Medicine in Trinity in September." They can be so harsh in their gloating.
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Mark Murray Aug 13
Did everyone in the world get a h4 in Irish
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Niall Cannon Aug 20
Anyone out there having marked English higher level paper know what the abbreviation “narr” means on a script; entered by person that corrected the script ; can’t see this mentioned in marking scheme
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Kate Lawlor-Lyne Aug 13
Did a shite did cert cookery course no points needed, scholarshiped to USA, represented my country on CIT culinary team, ran an award winning restaurant in Michelin guide for 9 yrs board of Eurotoque 2 yrs RAI board 2 yrs , BA in culinary arts who needs points
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Terry McMahon Aug 13
Can't comprehend those narcissistic fathers who use the results to make virtue-signalling posts that are really about what great dads they are. I mean my daughter just SMASHED IT and you don't see me posting about it, do you. Even if she did get her brains from me.
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RTÉ News Aug 13
Five students in the country got 8 H1s in their . Michael O'Grady from Mallow in Co Cork was among them. He says he was 'pure surprised' with his results, and is hoping to study medicine in
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Dean (He/Him) Aug 13
[Thread] The rewards unhealthy strategies of putting all other aspects of life on hold to get a certain grade. I bought into this when I did mine and deal with the consequences of it to this day. Consequences that impact my ability to perform in college.
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Máiréad O'Sullivan Aug 16
Ever wondered if you could sit your maths paper now? Archive of all papers dating back to 1926 here!😀
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aish! Aug 13
anyway,,, what we should be more corncerned about is 3,700 students failing maths at lc. More that 58,000 students sat the lc this year. Just over 18,000 (33%) students sat higher lvl maths. Only 6% of them getting h1/2. Idk lads, but something doesn’t add up 🤔🤔
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L. Rooney Aug 13
I wish we could all stop bashing the for 1 day. In the grand scheme of life, yes, largely irrelevant for many. But as standalone culmination of your 2nd level education, it can be a great achievement all by itself! No shame in taking it seriously. Be proud 👏
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Skelletton Aug 13
Ok but while we’re on the topic of the , can we talk about how much bullshit it is that your teachers and examiners can just steal your art pieces you worked so hard on
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Shane Hulgraine Aug 13
worriers - some truths for you: - I failed English I became a journalist for the Times, Indo, Herald and Silicon Republic - I was advised to work in a factory due to my results If factory wor suits you, deadly. But dont be defined by your shitty principal.
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Mags Morrissey Aug 19
Good to see things haven't changed too much. I loved Silas Marner 25+ years ago.
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Luke Duffy Aug 13
Three girls just nervously asked me if I could buy them drink coming out of Tesco, yep definitely results night and I don’t think I’ve ever felt older (I did so politely say no but wish them luck) 👴🏻😂
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Nicola Ní Mhistéil Aug 20
History teacher reviewed paper & told teen that his project was marked by Bruce Banner but his exam paper was marked by the Hulk 😂
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Irish SecondLevel SU Aug 18
We are re-launching our Senior Cycle Reform Survey 📝 Please take a few minutes to fill out our survey on your experience with the Leaving Cert and what you would change
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Luka Aug 17
Lucy fitz YouTube video confirms that the needs to change. How can such a bright, intelligent, creative and successful young woman not be given a course!!! change is needed asap
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Simon Daly Aug 13
91 - passed Leaving Cert (average) & started college 92 - dropped out of college & failed 1st year exams. 95 to 97 - studied a range of IT certifications. 97 to 2014 - worked 2014 to now - thriving Where theres a will there's a way.
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Hugo Aug 13
"He doesn't really have the brains to do physics so we pushed him to go for engineering instead."
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