Many schools ask teachers to make IB predictions during the first weeks of a student’s senior year. Once the predictions are made students would be wise to avoid confronting their teachers about them.
Don’t worry about the exact methodology or rubric teachers and counselors use to produce and report your predicted IB scores. Instead, focus on what you can do to inspire teachers to give you the highest predictions possible.
Your actions play the largest role in determining your IB predictions; therefore, you are responsible if they are not what you had hoped. To underscore this point just a bit more, we’ve enlisted the support of the sage advice of Oprah herself: