NUMBERS GAME: Recently-graduated Boonah State High School Year 12 students Tahlia Kinrade and Anna Betts are hoping for high OPs.
NUMBERS GAME: Recently-graduated Boonah State High School Year 12 students Tahlia Kinrade and Anna Betts are hoping for high OPs. Sarah Harvey

The OP numbers are finally up!

TWELVE years of school will all come down to a click of a button this morning.

The graduating Year 12 class of 2012 will be checking their messages and refreshing web pages today as their OP results are released.

Results will be released online at 9am this morning, with posted results set to arrive on Monday.

Two Boonah girls will be eagerly anticipating their results in very different ways today.

Tahlia Kinrade and Anna Betts, joint duxes of Boonah State High School, are both hoping to see a number one score this morning.

"I don't know if I'm going to get a one. I'm really hoping for a two or a three, but a one would just be fantastic," Tahlia said.

"I'll be working at 9am when they're released so hopefully I'll be able to find a quiet moment to check the computer."

Anna, on the other hand, will be far away from a computer, working with cattle on her family's farm.

"I'm counting on my mum to check it and phone me," Anna said.

"My phone doesn't get reception at the paddock so I can't check and I'll be relying on my dad's phone."

Tahlia is hoping to be accepted into a Bachelor of Law and Science degree at the University of Queensland while Anna is applying for a Bachelor of Urban Planning degree, in which she plans to major in quantity surveying, looking at budgets for construction projects.

Hundreds of students from across the region will be going through similar emotions when they log online to check their results, or wait for the post to arrive on Monday.

To check results log on to studentconnect.qsa.qld.edu.au and use the Learner Unique Identifier and password.



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