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I just wanted to know if there are alternatives to the prepositions I included. Thank you, Writeacher.

1) The students are happy about their exam results.
2) They are enthusiastic about ....
3) They are satisfied with ...
4) They are disappointed with.....

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    All are correct.

    For 3 and 4, you could also use "in" instead of "with."

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