Year 12 students SACE results released | 7NEWS

Year 12 students sace results released  | 7news

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For some, it was unexpected elation, for others disappointment with SACE results out today.

Whether it was good or bad news, the results could not have come soon enough for thousands of South Australian students desperate to learn their fate.

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