Yo what up genny maths here

1) Genny maths does scale terribly but remember scaling doesn't mean jack unless you do well, get a 90 in genny maths and you won't get scaled, similarly try and come first internally to not get affected, but then again it's genny maths so don't expect your cohort to be amazing at the subject since it's mainly original genny maths kids and 2/3 unit kids who dropped down

2) again, this depends on what you want to do, if you're looking at anything scientific/business/acturial related and stuff along the lines of that, genny maths ain't gonna be helpful. In case you didn't know, University of Sydney from 2019 onwards, which is my year, no longer accepts genny maths for most of their courses, eg business, commerce, science, and that sorta stuff. I'm not sure how bridging courses work either but I'm sure once you get to uni, things will become clearer and these classes probs occur before actual uni degrees start so you'll have time to catch up, provided you put effort, money and time into it.

3) personally if mathematics is not your strong point and you don't understand the concepts in class as well as your teacher is bad, then they're most definitely not going to be able to help you because their teaching methods is something you can't connect with. A tutor may help but in the end you might be wasting money when you can just drop to general and get above average or decent marks than say 2 Unit Maths.

As for stigma, it's ok for you to have this perception of genny maths, but the misconception is that it is filled with dumb kids isn't true, I mean I hate 2 Unit kids who look down upon genny maths kids while at the same time not passing their 2 Unit tests, I mean which is better a 40% in 2 unit or a 70% in general maths? Ultimately it's up to you to drop and if you feel you do better in genny maths, then by all means drop 2 unit while you can so you can perform better in genny maths

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