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    Angry Learning prelim course

    Just wondering if it is important to know your prelim content for maths before entering year 12 cus I f*ed up all my exams and didn't bother to relearn them.

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    Re: Learning prelim course

    Math is the only subject which tests everything you learn in yr11 AND 12. So yes, its fairly important. Not to mention, if you don't have a firm grasp of core topics like diff calc, then it'll be a struggle when you start going through yr12 topics that build upon that.
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    Re: Learning prelim course

    Thank you so muchhh !!

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    Re: Learning prelim course

    Whatever you have learnt in year 11 and 12 will be assessed in your exams, so learn it flmao. In an exam prelim should account for no more than 20% of it.

    " Mathematics course no more than 20 percent, of the assessment is to be based on the
    Preliminary course."

    https://ace.nesa.nsw.edu.au/files/se...=1495317724236
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