I'm not sure if this applies to math (as it is "independent" from global events), but can you predict the likelihood of various topics being the last question in the exam (conics, mechanics, H3U etc.)?
E.g. I know for economics people are able to predict (guess with great likelihood) what the extended response will be about (in a logical fashion, not just randomly guessing).
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I just checked 2012-2016 there's always a harder 3U question in there (perms combs/binomial or circle geo or inequalities or induction)
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Maths isn't economics.. you don't need to 'predict' the last question to be able to do it.
My retarted legal studies cohort tried so hard to guess the questions and weren't prepared to answer everything and guess what, the first year without band 6s lol.
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yeah i can 100% guarantee that the questions asked will be straight from the syllabus on the Bostes website
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