WAITING GAME: Proserpien State High School Year 12 students (back) Sam Hinschen, Tegan Schneider, Josh McLean, Ben Padgett, Jack Larkin, Edward Wall, (front) Charlie Raiteri, Robert Southern and Kate Van Dalen were happy with their Overall Position (OP) results they received last Friday. Photo Aimee Vinci / Whitsunday Times
WAITING GAME: Proserpien State High School Year 12 students (back) Sam Hinschen, Tegan Schneider, Josh McLean, Ben Padgett, Jack Larkin, Edward Wall, (front) Charlie Raiteri, Robert Southern and Kate Van Dalen were happy with their Overall Position (OP) results they received last Friday. Photo Aimee Vinci / Whitsunday Times

Students' OP results released

PROSERPINE State High School Year 12 students Edward Wall and Hannah Watson are in the top four percent of Queensland students who received Overall Positions (OP) 1 or 2s last week.

Both students received OP 2s, with about 11 of their peers receiving an OP6 or above.

Edward said he was happy with his results.

Jack Larkin received an OP 3 and said he felt as though a burden had been lifted off his shoulders.

"Now we are just waiting for our scholarships to come through," he said.

"I just want to find out if I got into college."

Charlie Raiteri received an OP 4 and said she was now considering doing a double degree in Business Management and Journalism at the University of Queensland in Brisbane.

"I'm pretty happy with my results and am looking forward to finding out my placement in the New Year for uni," she said.

"For the effort I put in at high school it was definitely rewarding."

Now knowing he received an OP 6, Ben Padgett said he wouldn't have worried so much.

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