# 4th ESO C, final results

These are the results:

• 2 INSUFICIENTS
• 0 SUFICIENTS
• 14 BENS
• 11 NOTABLES
• 0 EXCEL·LENTS

# 4th ESO B, final results

For those of you who cannot wait, here are the results of your class. I think that they are very good and, with only two or three exceptions, everybody got the result that corresponded to their level in the final exam.

• 0 INSUFICIENTS
• 0 SUFICIENTS
• 8 BENS
• 16 NOTABLES
• 3 EXCEL·LENTS

# Results, 4th ESO A

For those of you who cannot wait, the results are:

• 12 INSUFICIENTS
• 4 SUFICIENTS
• 4 BENS
• 0 NOTABLES
• 1 EXCEL·LENT

The objective was that no-one would fail English, but here there are 12 who have. Let’s see how many people fail in the other three courses and we’ll be able to draw a conclusion from that.

# Results of the end of term test (difficult level)

The results of the difficult exams are, surprisingly, the lowest of all three levels. The average was 4.6 (easy = 5; medium = 6.9). This should make some people think, including me, of course, but also you, the people who took the exam.

# End of term intermediate exam, results

The intermediate level exams are now marked and the results have been very good. Only one or two people have failed the test, which I think is very good news; and there was even a 10!! The average result was 6.9. Congratulations!

# End of term tests (easy level)

The easy level tests for the end of the first term are now marked. This time, the penalised wrong answers with -1/2 and, as a consequence, results are lower than for unit 2. The average result? 5.03, which is not bad (for an easy level exam).

# Alea iacta est

Julius Caesar said ‘alea iacta est’ upon crossing the Rubicon in 49 BC, according to Suetonius. It is used when you cross the point of no return, usually in risky situtations when the outcome is not very clear.

Of course, we’re talking about the end of the 1st term. All the examinations have been taken and now we have to wait for the results.

Wow! Imagine him as a teacher!!

# Where’s the vocabulary of units 1, 2 and 3?

For those of you who have trouble with the list of activities and the vocabulary, follow these quick links.

# 4th ESO B: Tomorrow’s exam

I didn’t have time to give you enough information about the exact contents of the exam, so here it goes:

Difficult test ***

• True/false (listening)
• Listen again and answer some questions.
• Read a text and and correct the sentences (about the text, of course)
• Complete sentences with a verb in the correct form.
• Complete sentences with a word (not a verb)
• Match two columns and write 5 public activities.
• Find and correct the mistakes in 10 sentences (past simple, used to, present perfect, past continuous…)
• Complete a dialogue with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
• Complete a dialogue with the correct form f the verbs in the box.
• Write questions with ‘ever’ and answer them.

Standard test **

• Listening with true/false sentences
• Choose one of the three options (based on a text)
• Circle the correct option (eg. 1. play, 2. do, 3. make a practical joke)
• Complete the expressions with the words in the box.
• Put the letters in order (eg. derro = order)
• Complete sentences with the correct form of ‘used to’.
• Complete the sentences with the past continuous form of the verbs in brackets.
• Write the words in the correct order (present perfect sentences with yet, already…)
• Write time expressions with ‘for’ and ‘since’.
• Complete a dialogue with past simple or present perfect forms.

IMPORTANT! Questions in blue include a penalization of -0.5 in case of wrong answers.