At The Dublin Academy of Education we offer all 6th Year students the chance to try our subjects for free before committing to a full year of grinds. At these free trials, students can experience first hand the quality of our teachers and their notes.

Grinds are 75 minutes in duration and are held in a class-based environment. The foundation of our weekly grinds is ‘exam focus’. Our teachers strip away the unnecessary sections of each subject and focus solely on the core, examinable material, the aim of which is increasing students’ exam performance.

Those who invested in weekly grinds last year saw an increase of 23.25 CAO points per subject. This is the average result from a survey of 820 of our students who received their examination results.

All students who attend our weekly grinds receive comprehensive, exam-focused notes, as well as past State Examination questions and solutions. Our teachers identify probable exam questions and also show students how to master the marking scheme, which instils confidence.

Weekly grinds also include a special one-on-one service to all students, for a period of time before or after every class. This is a specialised, individual service, which we encourage all our students to take advantage of.

If you have any queries, feel free to call us in the office on 01-442 4442.

Holidays:
Classes commence on Monday 2nd September 2019. Please note, classes and supervised study will NOT be held on the following dates:

Mid-Term Breaks:
Monday 28th October- classes resume Monday 4th November 2019
Monday 17th February – classes resume Monday 24th February 2020

Christmas Holidays:
Monday 16th December 2019 – classes resume on Monday 13th January 2020

Easter Holidays:
Monday 6th April- Monday 20th April 2020

Final Classes / Supervised Study:
Sunday 17th May 2020

SUBJECTLEVELDAYTIMELOCATION
AccountingHThursdays7:30pm - 8:45pmStillorgan
Ag ScienceHThursdays7:00pm - 8:30pmStillorgan
Applied MathsHMondays5:00pm - 6:15pmStillorgan
Applied MathsHFridays5:00pm - 6:15pmStillorgan
BiologyHMondays8:00pm - 9:15pmStillorgan
BiologyHTuesdays5:30pm - 6:45pmStillorgan
BiologyHThursdays6:30pm - 7:45pmKillester
BiologyHSaturdays9:00am - 10:15amStillorgan
BusinessHWednesdays8:15pm - 9:30pmStillorgan
BusinessHThursdays6:30pm - 7:45pmKillester
BusinessHSaturdays12:15pm - 1:30pmStillorgan
ChemistryHTuesdays7:00pm - 8:15pmStillorgan
ChemistryHWednesdays8:00pm - 9:15pmKillester
ChemistryHThursdays6:00pm - 7:15pmStillorgan
ChemistryHSaturdays9:00am - 10:15amStillorgan
EconomicsHMondays8:15pm - 9:30pmStillorgan
EconomicsHSaturdays9:00am - 10:15amStillorgan
EnglishHMondays6:30pm - 7:45pmStillorgan
EnglishHWednesdays5:00pm - 6:15pmStillorgan
EnglishHWednesdays6:30pm - 7:45pmKillester
EnglishHThursdays7:45pm - 9:00pmStillorgan
EnglishHSaturdays10:30am - 11:45amKillester
EnglishHSaturdays10:45am - 12:00pmStillorgan
EnglishHSaturdays12:15pm - 1:30pmStillorgan
FrenchHWednesdays6:30pm - 7:45pmStillorgan
FrenchHWednesdays6:30pm - 7:45pmKillester
FrenchHSaturdays9:00am - 10:15amStillorgan
GeographyHThursdays7:30pm - 8:45pmStillorgan
GeographyHSaturdays12:15pm - 1:30pmStillorgan
GermanHWednesdays6:30pm - 7:45pmStillorgan
HistoryHWednesdays6:30pm - 7:45pmStillorgan
Home EconomicsHTuesdays5:30pm - 6:45pmStillorgan
IrishHMondays6:30pm - 7:45pmStillorgan
IrishHWednesdays6:30pm - 7:45pmStillorgan
IrishHThursdays8:00pm - 9:15pmKillester
IrishHSaturdays9:00am - 10:15amKillester
IrishHSaturdays10:45am - 12:00pmStillorgan
MathsHMondays8:15pm - 9:30pmStillorgan
MathsHTuesdays7:00pm - 8:15pmStillorgan
MathsHWednesdays5:00pm - 6:15pmStillorgan
MathsHWednesdays6:30pm - 7:45pmStillorgan
MathsHWednesdays8:00pm - 9:15pmKillester
MathsHThursdays6:00pm - 7:15pmStillorgan
MathsHSaturdays10:45am - 12:00pmStillorgan
MathsHSaturdays12:15pm - 1:30pmStillorgan
MathsHSaturdays12:00pm - 1:15pmKillester
Maths (Fast Paced)HFridays6:30pm - 7:45pmStillorgan
MathsOTuesdays5:30pm - 6:45pmStillorgan
MathsOWednesdays6:30pm - 7:45pmKillester
MathsOWednesdays8:15pm - 9:30pmStillorgan
MathsOSaturdays10:45am - 12:00pmStillorgan
PhysicsHMondays6:30pm - 7:45pmStillorgan
PhysicsHThursdays7:45pm - 9:00pmStillorgan
PhysicsHThursdays8:00pm - 9:15pmKillester
SpanishHTuesdays5:30pm - 6:45pmStillorgan
SpanishHWednesdays8:00pm - 9:15pmKillester
SpanishHSaturdays10:30am - 11:45amStillorgan
Accounting

Over the course of the academic year, students will cover all topics of the course. The teacher will focus on Final Accounts that appear every year in Section 1 as the success in this question can contribute towards students' success in Section 2. The teacher, an experienced examiner with the State Examinations Commission will focus on strategies for students to obtain the maximum amount of marks, by focusing on time management and highlighting common mistakes made by students. Revision on topics likely to appear on the exam, according to past trends, will cover the majority of the second half of the year ensuring that students feel well prepared for their Leaving Cert Accounting Exam.

Naomi Keenan: Accounting
Naomi Keenan’s experience of correcting Leaving Cert Higher Level Accounting with the State Examination Commission gives her an in-depth knowledge of the subject’s syllabus and marking scheme. Confidence is instilled in her students as her students receive constant guidance and encouragement on how to earn top marks in their exams. Naomi shares with her students both successful exam techniques and equally as important, the most frequent and highly avoidable mistakes.

Applied Maths

The paper is made up of 10 questions:

  1. Uniform accelerated motion
  2. Relative velocity
  3. Projectiles
  4. Newton’s Laws
  5. Collisions
  6. Circular motion and simple harmonic motion
  7. Statics
  8. Moments of inertia
  9. Hydrostatics
  10. Differential equations

Kieran will teach 8 topics in this order: Uniform accelerated motion, Relative velocity, Projectiles, Newton’s Laws, Collisions, Differential equations, Moments of inertia and Hydrostatics

Applied Maths is a difficult subject requiring students to have a good standard of Maths. Less than 2000 students sit this exam annually. Students who study this subject have an advantage when studying Science and Engineering in college. Applied Maths involves solving problems that can be quite complex.

Kieran will take you through the techniques to attack complex problems in the simplest way possible. He teaches you to get to the heart of a problem using the most efficient and effective methods. This is critically important as students have only two and a half hours to complete the leaving cert paper.

About the teacher: Kieran Mills' experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject. Kieran has 25 years' experience teaching. He has co-written several books, including The Power of Maths series of Junior and Leaving Certificate Textbooks, trusted by thousands of students around the country. Kieran has also been an expert contributor on Maths for RTÉ Radio.

Biology

Over the coming academic year in the weekly grinds, we will cover the Leaving Cert Biology course in great depth. As many students view the Biology course as very long and challenging, our notes help students manage the information much better and make revising and conquering the course more achievable.  We will show students how to achieve a H1 standard through interpreting exam questions correctly and by identifying the keywords. He will demonstrate the importance of understanding how marking schemes can work to the benefit of the student.

All of this will be achieved by students receiving exam focused notes which will contain all past exam questions and solutions at the end of each topic. Students will also get a booklet containing all experiment notes worth at least 15% and a booklet containing all definitions worth at least 20% of exam paper. These notes always help students gain confidence as they condense the syllabus by focusing on material that is essential to achieve that high grade.

Business

Over the course of the academic year, Ronan will cover all Leaving Cert Business units in thorough detail in the weekly grinds. He will focus on the questions more commonly seen in the Leaving Cert Business exam along with the questions that can prove to be difficult for students. As time management can be a big challenge in the state examinations, Ronan will demonstrate how to cover questions to an H1 standard by using keywords outlined in the marking scheme and also by dissecting questions so students can write exactly what Leaving Cert Business examiners want to see in the allocated amount of time.

In each weekly grind, students will get exam-focused notes covering all units on the Leaving Cert Business syllabus. Two of the weekly grinds in the year will be set aside for the ABQ which is a compulsory question worth 20%. Within these grinds students will complete a similar ABQ question that will be graded. This will ensure each student has the confidence to tackle the ABQ question.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head of the Business Department at The Dublin Academy of Education. He is the author of the Leaving Certificate Business Revision textbook, and is a popular teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

Chemistry

During the academic year, we will cover all core topics in the Leaving Certificate Chemistry course in detail in the weekly grinds. Exam technique will be a focus of the classes to fully prepare students for the Leaving Cert. Chemistry exam. Past exam questions will be dissected in class as each topic is covered to demonstrate how to answer them to an H1 standard. Much time will be devoted to the parts of the course most commonly seen on the exam and the parts that students find challenging such as Organic Chemistry, Volumetric Analysis and Stoichiometry.

In the weekly grinds, students will be given exam-focused notes covering all the core topics on the Leaving Cert Chemistry syllabus. The all-important mandatory experiments that are found in section A of the exam will be covered in detail in the weekly classes and will appear throughout the notes.

About the Teacher:  Lynn Anderson engages with and instils confidence in students, due to her mastery of the Chemistry syllabus. Her experience working as an examiner for the State Examination Commission gives her an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students.

 

About the Teacher: Sean has worked for the State Exam Commission as an Exam Co-ordinator. He has an in-depth knowledge of the exams and marking schemes, having taught students who have achieved 100% (400/400) in the their Leaving Certificate Chemistry exam. He aims to promote his courses with enthusiasm and relevance, using exam based material to allow for the best possible opportunities.

 

Economics

Over the course of the academic year, Ronan will cover all aspects of the Leaving Cert Economics course in his weekly grinds. He focuses on the questions more commonly seen in the Leaving Cert along with the more challenging questions that can prove to be difficult for students. Each student is given a microeconomics book and a macroeconomics book. These books will break down the Leaving Cert marking scheme and they will include up to date information on current economic trends. There is no extra charge for these books.

As time management can be a big challenge, Ronan will demonstrate how to cover questions to an H1 standard by using keywords outlined in the marking scheme. This enables students to write exactly what examiners are looking for within the allocated time.

A booklet is also given to each student covering the short questions from the previous ten years. As a lot of these questions reappear these questions are covered in great detail in class.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head Economics teacher at The Dublin Academy of Education. In 2012, just 3% of students nationwide got an A1 in Leaving Certificate Economics; however, 32% of Rónán's students achieved A1s. Rónán is the author of the Leaving Certificate Economics Revision textbook, and is a popular teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

English

Our English teachers will cover all aspects of the syllabus that students need to be aware of to achieve to their full potential. The skills and knowledge required for Paper 1 are taught in a way that minimizes anxiety for students. The vocabulary required to achieve the H1 grade is taught in a way that makes students comfortable users of language. As well as preparing students to answer the probable questions on the comprehension section, the composition (worth 25% of the entire grade) is extensively prepared for.

By providing notes on all the poets on the course all students are catered for however we focus on the poets that we expect to see on the paper during the grinds. Shakespeare is prepared for by focusing on question types and looking at what the syllabus and marking scheme requires of students. The comparative study is covered in depth with classes taught on all of the modes of comparison. Notes are provided on all the major texts and students will receive notes to differentiate their answers from other students on at least two of their three texts.

About the Teacher: Michael Ruaidhrí Deasy is the Principal at The Dublin Academy of Education. He has been an advisor to some of Ireland's leading textbook publishers regarding the new English Syllabus, and has worked for The State Examinations Commission. In recent Leaving Certificate results, 36% of Michael Ruaidhrí's students achieved an A1. Nationwide, this figure was just 4%. This can be explained by his ability to teach English as a formula that every student can follow, eliminating the air of mystery, and sometimes confusion, around the subject and its marking scheme.

 

About the Teacher: Gavin Cowzer is regarded as a leading English teacher in this country. Having developed a passion for this subject, including obtaining a Master’s degree, Gavin’s teaching style is focused on covering the syllabus in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions. His experience correcting exams gives his students an edge in a subject which is often assumed to be an art. However it is clear that there is a strict science behind doing well in the English exam and Gavin’s students will be guided by this little-known fact.

French

By the time you leave these French grinds, you will possess a host of past and likely exam questions, including full solutions. There will be a major emphasis on your game plan for the exam and a focus on the Chief Examiner’s reports and marking schemes. The following topics will be covered:

  • Grammar
  • Reading Comprehensions (exam techniques & content)
  • Aural Comprehension (exam techniques & vocabulary)
  • Oral exam preparation topic by topic
  • Le Document option
  • Diary Entry written task i.e. Journal Intime
  • Le récit
  • Abstract Topics (social problems & current affairs)
  • Response Essay Pieces (structure, essay plans, vocabulary, sample answers)

Significant time is dedicated to preparing for the Oral Examination. This preparation includes:

  • Free mock oral examinations during the year, one taking place before Christmas and one after. Each student is given a feedback sheet
  • Oral exam preparation starts at the beginning of the academic year as it is worth 25% of the overall grade

About the Teacher: Katie Lenehan holds a degree in French and Spanish, and a Professional Masters in Education. Her training as a teacher was based on the most up to date education models and methodologies and is designed to ensure all students are catered for and can reach their goals in the most efficient way possible. Her knowledge of languages and linguistics, as well as teaching in some of the most prestigious schools in Dublin, will ensure that students obtain the best possible grades in their exams.

Geography

Geography is not about essays and waffle-like many students think. The chief examiner requires what are called SRPs (Significant Relevant Points). These are what dictate the marking scheme and are the key to unlocking this subject. By the end of these Geography grinds, you will have multiple essays with 15 SRPs in each. You will receive a pull-out sheet at the end of each essay in which you can write your 15 SRPs using the notes and a trigger-word section. The following topics will be covered:

  • Plate Tectonics
  • Earthquakes & Volcanoes
  • Folding & Faulting
  • The Rock Cycle
  • Weathering
  • Karst Landscapes
  • Landform Development
  • Human Interaction with Surface Processes
  • Map Reading
  • Aerial Photograph
  • Regional Case Studies
  • Elective – Human & Economic
  • Option Unit

About the teacher:

Tracy holds a Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Geography, a Professional Diploma in Education & Master of Education. Her passion for her subjects has been shown in her ambition to further educate herself whilst also being a full-time post-primary teacher & part-time lecturer in University College Dublin.

Tracy’s style of teaching instils confidence in her students by providing them with a well-defined understanding of the syllabus. Her teaching experience and work as a state examiner have afforded her the opportunity to have a key insight into preparing her students to achieve top marks in their final exams.

German

Over the course of the academic year, Genevieve will cover in great detail every section of the Leaving Cert German exam in the weekly grinds (from the oral exam right through to the written production). She will focus on key aspects of the oral exam (worth 25%) guiding students on how to answer with confidence exactly what and how much the German oral examiners want to hear in the exam. She will provide students with profitable pointers and vital strategies on how best to approach the reading and listening comprehensions and will demonstrate and equip students with essential vocabulary and grammar and writing skills required to reach an H1 standard.

In each weekly grind, students will receive detailed exam-focused notes covering all topics on the Leaving Cert German syllabus. Close examination of the marking schemes and a thorough analysis of the use of language and typical questions asked in the reading (worth 30%) and listening comprehensions (worth 20%), as well as the written production section, will enable students to confidently tackle difficult questions in these sections.

About the Teacher: Genevieve Farrell is the head German teacher at the Dublin Academy of Education. She has 14 years experience teaching German and is the author of "Complete German Grammar" text book. Her unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the German syllabus.

History

Coursework: The Research Project
Documents Based Question:  Europe and the Wider World Topic 6:  The USA and the World
Europe and the Wider World Topic 3:  Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe 1920-1945
Ireland Topic 3:  Sovereignty and Partition: Ireland 1920-1945
Ireland Topic 5:  Politics and Society in Northern Ireland: 1945-1993

Further topics with notes and advice available:
Europe and the Wider World Topic 4:  Division and Realignment in Europe 1945-1990
Europe and the Wider World Topic 2:  Nation States and International Relations 1871-1920
Ireland Topic 2:  Movements for political and social reform 1870-1914
Ireland Topic 6:  Government, economy and society in the Republic of Ireland 1949-1993

About the Teacher: John has 25 years experience of teaching and management in secondary schools. He has been assistant examiner for the Leaving Certificate in both History and Classical studies, which gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is also the publisher author of the Leaving Cert exam strategy articles in education supplements in the national express. 

Home Economics

Note: This is a 6th Year course which 5th Year students are welcome to attend.

Crucial topics (Food studies, Special diets, Social Sudies and the Elective) will be focused on, paying particular attention to compulsory Question 1.

Emphasis will be placed on current and topical subject content expected to appear on the paper in June 2020.

Exam structure, model answering techniques, layout and timing of the paper with a view to maximising grades will be fundamental to this subject.

About the teacher: Anna McAllister is a dedicated and passionate teacher with over 30years experience at both 2nd & 3rd level. With her vast experience she brings a organised and structured approach to teaching, ensuring the very best Leaving Certificate preparation for her students. Extensive experience correcting the Leaving Certificate provides her students with a technical and accurate approach to their preparation for answering Leaving Certificate questions.

Irish

Ronan will cover the entire course in detail throughout the year. As the Oral Exam is worth 40% of the marks available significant time is dedicated to preparing for this section. Throughout the year students have the option of attending three mock oral exams. After the exam each student is given a feedback sheet, which breaks down their overall grade and gives expert advice on how that grade can be improved.

Students will also get notes on the composition, focusing on the most likely essay titles for June 2020.  A lot of time is dedicated to topics that overlap in both the Oral exam and in the Composition such as social problems in Ireland, Politics, The Irish Education System & The Irish Language.

Each student will be given a Paper 2 book covering

  • Reading comprehension
  • Poetry
  • Prose
  • Extra Literature (An Triail)

Note: For students who aren’t doing An Triail there will be an extra class in term 2 which will cover Gafa & A thig ná tit orm.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the author of several Irish textbooks, is an experienced Irish speaker and has taught at a Gaelscoil. He is a popular teacher amongst students because of his ability for instilling confidence in them due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

Maths (H)

Over the course of one academic year our teachers will cover the key points in every topic on the Higher Level curriculum, both Paper I and Paper II. Their grinds will focus on material that is most likely to be examined. They don’t spend time in grinds classes wading through complex and abstract mathematical theory, instead choosing to put the students’ time to better use showing them the type of question they should be able to answer and how to maximise their score in answering these questions.

Students will work from specially designed, exam–focussed notes and sample questions, with fully worked solutions. Throughout the year, they will highlight questions he thinks are likely to make an appearance in June to help to ensure that students are as prepared for each of their two Maths papers as they can be.

About the teacher: Robert Browne has a unique ability to stimulate students' interest and is renowned for giving students confidence they thought wasn't there. He is a vastly experienced teacher, having taught at education workshops in Trinity College, Dublin. His experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He has appeared in the media leading discussions on Maths, syllabus content, teaching methods and exams. Robert teaches in a systematic and clear way that relates to students.

 

About the teacher: David Lewis
David’s ability to relate to students has resulted in him becoming a popular teacher at The Academy. His teaching methods are unique and are tailored to the Maths Syllabus. David is a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers’ Association and is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus. As an examination corrector in Maths, David is adept at understanding the mistakes for which students frequently lose marks.

Maths (H) Fast Paced

In the fast paced class more time is spent on more challenging questions and methods, and a little less time on the more basic procedures. However, the topics are covered at the same rate in all classes. In all classes, students are encouraged to ask questions when issues arise.

About the teacher: Kieran Mills' experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject. Kieran has 25 years' experience teaching. He has co-written several books, including The Power of Maths series of Junior and Leaving Certificate Textbooks, trusted by thousands of students around the country. Kieran has also been an expert contributor on Maths for RTÉ Radio.

Maths (O)

With Project Maths beginning to settle, predictable trends are now being identified. We will show you the shortcuts to take full advantage of this. Each student will also receive a full set of notes, with solutions, which will be essential in improving exam grades. The following topics will be covered:

  • Statistics
  • Probability
  • Geometry
  • The Line
  • The Circle
  • Trigonometry
  • Number
  • Financial Maths
  • Area & Volume
  • Arithmetic
  • Sequences & Series & Patterns
  • Algebra
  • Complex Numbers
  • Functions
  • Calculus
  • Differentiation

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin Academy of Education. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Physics

The topics on the Physics course are as follows:

  • Light and Sound
  • Electricity
  • Heat
  • Mechanics
  • Modern Physics
  • Particle Physics (Options 1)

You do not have a high standard of Maths to succeed in Physics. You need to be competent at manipulating formulae and using your calculator. The course is quite long so you need to be very well organised in knowing definitions, demonstration experiments, proofs and real-life Physics applications. Kieran’s notes organise you so all you need to do is carry out the work as set out in the notes.

Recently exam papers have tended to have questions with mixed topics meaning omitting parts of the course is risky. For example, last year’s paper included a question on nuclear physics where students had to carry out a heat calculation. Therefore, it is essential that students try to cover most of the course. Leaving out major topics like Electricity is not an option.

Section A is an experimental section. Kieran provided students with a workbook allowing students to carry out a write-up of all the experiments.

All leaving cert questions relevant to a topic appear at the end of each set of notes. Full solutions to all questions in the notes are provided.

Kieran puts special emphasis on Modern Physics (electron and nucleus) and the Particle Physics option. There can be a great return in studying these topics as they often yield 50% of the Section B questions.

About the Teacher: Kieran Mills has 25 years' experience teaching Physics. He has co-written several books including Leaving Certificate Sample Papers. Kieran has been an expert contributor on Physics on RTÉ Radio.

Spanish

These grinds focus on scrutinising and analysing the exam to your advantage. Firstly, they focus on building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then on providing the confidence to be able to supply it. You will learn what your examiner is looking for. The following topics will be covered:

  • Grammar
  • Reading Comprehensions (exam techniques & content)
  • Oral Exam Preparation topic by topic & Role-plays
  • Opinion Piece (structure, plans, vocabulary & sample essays)
  • Dialogue Construction (repetitive structures, vocabulary & tenses)
  • Diary Entry & Notes
  • Aural Comprehension (exam technique & vocabulary)

Significant time is dedicated to preparing for the Oral Examination. This preparation includes:

  • Free mock oral examinations during the year, one taking place before Christmas and one after. Each student is given a feedback sheet
  • Oral exam preparation starts at the beginning of the academic year as it is worth 25% of the overall grade

 About the teacher: Katie Lenehan holds a degree in French and Spanish, and a Professional Masters in Education. Her training as a teacher was based on the most up to date education models and methodologies and is designed to ensure all students are catered for and can reach their goals in the most efficient way possible. Her knowledge of languages and linguistics, as well as teaching in some of the most prestigious schools in Dublin, will ensure that students obtain the best possible grades in their exams.

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