good for you, you actually fully understood the text
as for the rest of us not-so-talented people:
i think the question sucked. bad. i focused down on patrick, using the psychoanalytical reading, but my marxist reading couldn't really pull through on me
and 2 episodes: forget...
paper 2 was slightly better than paper 1- paper 1 had confusing texts but the essay was ok
paper 2 had a few confusing questions - frontline was prob the worst for me; my other texts were transformations - Chaucer PT / Raimi SP and Ondaatje In the skin.
yay so there are other people doing Chaucer's Pardoner's Tale and Raimi's Simple Plan
i actually liked the question, probably because i knew exactly what i was doing (rare for me in an english exam cos i usually just wing it)
i just adapted and cut out parts of my prepared essay to fit the...
i thought the qn was ok - i just welded my essay and the question together somehow
like in debating how you "define the question" i just "defined" the question without changing it too much
then basically wrote out my planned essay
@ jismgor: wait till u've done the paper b4 commenting on other peoples comments
im pretty happy with modules - paper 1 sucked
A - transformations - 6 - ok qn i had stuff to write but had to cut out stuff from my pre-done essay
B - critical study - 5.5 - s'ok
C - telling the truth frontline...
thanks for all the info digitalchill, chanfky and audioguy
i looked at private colleges and said no cos theyre too expensive and specialised
so my first preference is BDM / Bsc (comp. sci) @ UNSW (its a new degree)
yea i have it as my first preference
@ Kd14: you're hsc's in 2010? you dont have to worry at all then. i reckon they'll be heaps of new courses by then
o and the UAI cut-off for BDM (bachelor of digital media) and BDM / BSc (comp sci) are the same at 85.75 last time i checked.
and yea i...
@ malcomm: well thanks for that advice
i've heard that from one other person who went there that it is a rip-off
i went to the JMC open day and well, its expensive and too specialised
so im going for uni
O and for those who want work experience (the yr 10 style one) i recommend going to Yoram...
i think that to use the proj. motion equations (and not the quad. formula), youd have to get v (final velocity), which is not possible to get without calculating the time of flight 't' or going on some crazily unnecessarily complicated route
geez example of an algorithm
basically there's 2 types of algorithm - flowcharts and pseudocode
those pages should explain what they are
in the hsc (i havent done it yet) but in previous ones ive seen/tried...
umm the websites rong btw.
i went to the JMC open day, but i think its not for me because its too expensive (private college, duh) and its too specialised so ive decided to go to uni and only go to some private college if i really want to specialise