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    New HSC Mathematics Syllabus?

    Hi,

    I was wondering if they are still planning on updating the calculus based NSW HSC courses (mathematics, MX1, MX2)? If so, when is the planned update to occur, and when will it be implemented?

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    Re: New HSC Mathematics Syllabus?

    I think it was 2019 last year for the current maths Ssyllabus
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    Re: New HSC Mathematics Syllabus?

    2018 next year will be the final year that the HSC exams are based on the old syllabi.
    Year 12 2019 will sit HSC exams based on the new maths syllabus.
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    Re: New HSC Mathematics Syllabus?

    Quote Originally Posted by Papercutter View Post
    2018 next year will be the final year that the HSC exams are based on the old syllabi.
    Year 12 2019 will sit HSC exams based on the new maths syllabus.
    This was going to be the case for maths too, but they decided to push back that syllabus a year: https://educationstandards.nsw.edu.a...ion-syllabuses
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    Re: New HSC Mathematics Syllabus?

    Quote Originally Posted by jazz519 View Post
    This was going to be the case for maths too, but they decided to push back that syllabus a year: https://educationstandards.nsw.edu.a...ion-syllabuses
    Ahh I see, that's probably better if that's the case. Thanks, I did not know that.
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    Re: New HSC Mathematics Syllabus?

    Quote Originally Posted by frog1944 View Post
    Hi,

    I was wondering if they are still planning on updating the calculus based NSW HSC courses (mathematics, MX1, MX2)? If so, when is the planned update to occur, and when will it be implemented?

    Thanks
    They are released now.

    To be first taught in 2019 and first HSC exams in 2020:

    Advanced: http://educationstandards.nsw.edu.au...s-advanced-new

    Extension 1: http://educationstandards.nsw.edu.au...xtension-1-new

    Extension 2: http://educationstandards.nsw.edu.au...xtension-2-new

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    Re: New HSC Mathematics Syllabus?

    Furthermore the Standard syllabus has been re-released and updated to include common content identified with paper clips. You can redownload the Standard syllabus here: http://syllabus.nesa.nsw.edu.au/download/

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    Re: New HSC Mathematics Syllabus?

    Year 12 of 2019 will be the last ones sitting the current syllabus at this stage. The current syllabus is crap. Too easy. (I am Year 10 of 2017 and can do fair amounts of 4U. A mate at Kellyville can do more. We are both moving to Normanhurst!!!) The old syllabus (Pre 2000) was legitimate. The new (The 2020 HSC) syllabus is BS. It puts in statistics we do not really need. I mean, it isn't even calculus based statistics!!! B Data Science at UNSW prefers 2 unit over genny in the current syllabus. (Current 2u has no stats) Maths will be dumbed down because of the new syllabus. Seriously, NESA should learn from the mistakes of the past... They dumbed down the sciences in 2000! Furthermore, anyone doing physics with just 2u will be screwed because of this. The new science syllabuses are actually good. Not granting such for mathematics is retarded. Maths isn't even compulsory even after this change! I swear to god if the new syllabus will be used, the following should happen:
    - Maths being compulsory (not necessarily to be counted to ATAR, but still must be passed)
    - Introduction to 5 Unit Maths

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    Re: New HSC Mathematics Syllabus?

    Do you have any copy of the pre-2000 that you can post here?

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