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12-14-2013, 10:06 PM
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Originally Posted by LaurentHabs View Post
Ah alright. So they basically form a group and look at the MELS exams + highschool grades to determine 'How strong' a group is, which then will influence your R-Score positively or negatively. So if you get a good grade in a strong group, chances are that everything will be alright, correct?

Thanks for the explanation. As you said & it was said previously, best thing to do is just focus on getting good grades. Everything else will take care of itself
In fact, the group in question is made up of who you actually are in class with.

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