Can HSC Results Be Predicted From The Preliminary Results?

Reply Sun 17 Oct, 2010 05:19 am
I've just started Year 12, with an aim to get an ATAR of 95 +. I've just received my preliminary results which are the following
- Mathematics - 85% (10th)
- Extension 1 Mathematics - 69% (7th)
- Physics - 81% (3rd)
- Chemistry - 69% (3rd)
- Advanced English - 82% (3rd)
- Studies Of Religion - 94% (2nd)
- Engineering Studies - 74% (2nd)
I'm one of those people who constantly work hard - doing hwk, extra study + revision, but I have to admit some of the results here (such as the maths ones) weren't given 100% attention and focus. If I continue with this amount of dedication, and from the marks I've included, is an ATAR of 95 + achievable?
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Reply Mon 18 Oct, 2010 12:54 am
Congratulations on your results thus far.

You need to drop some units and and just take your preferred 10 to 12.

Spend most of your time studying and learn about mnemonics and other memory techniques for relaxation.

The data isn't sufficient to draw valid statistical inference as to an ATAR.

Your assiduous dedication is likely to ensure success.

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