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    Accelerated Student

    Hi,
    I am an accelerated student and only have the MX2 and MX1 exam for the HSC. I have completed HSC's from 2001-2011 for MX2, where should I go to now (other than more HSC's). There is 14 days till the exam, should I look at pre-2000 last questions of the HSC or BOS trials?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks

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    Re: Accelerated Student

    Quote Originally Posted by frog0101 View Post
    Hi,
    I am an accelerated student and only have the MX2 and MX1 exam for the HSC. I have completed HSC's from 2001-2011 for MX2, where should I go to now (other than more HSC's). There is 14 days till the exam, should I look at pre-2000 last questions of the HSC or BOS trials?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks
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    gl mate I dont recommend going age old papers since they're irrelevant topic wise and often beyond modern day MX2 and MX1 scope. Do you know nerdasdasd's HSC paper dump for all subjects? He if I recall has metric shit ton of maths papers from all best schools in Syd, past HSC papers, trials, commercial papers n stuff or something. Cant remember exactly, but a lot.
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    Re: Accelerated Student

    Iam also in a similar situation, what's nerdasdsdds duump?

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    Re: Accelerated Student

    I actually recommend doing pre-2000 papers only because the maths syllabus relatively stays the same. Also what happened to doing 2012-2016?

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    Re: Accelerated Student

    I'd recommend doing trial papers from various different schools, you can find some here:

    3U - http://www.acehsc.net/mathematics-ex...-trial-papers/
    4U - http://www.acehsc.net/mathematics-ex...-trial-papers/

    And do some more recent ones because they are most likely to have more relevant questions. If you're confident, challenge yourself with the James Ruse papers.
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    Re: Accelerated Student

    If you've got your routine sorted in terms of past papers I'd probably make the effort to just tackle 'difficult' questions in a study session. That means instead of just doing a paper = maths study complete, your now having a set of questions you want to complete.

    I had to do this when I ran out of papers (not literally, just got a little bored) and it made a huge difference for harder 3U for me.
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