Ah i just realised I sound retarded lol, maybe ur school doesnt do what my school does, though I thought most schools would do this. For maths assessments we get a notification 2 weeks before listing the concepts we will be examined on. For example it would have "Binomial Theorem" as a major point, followed by little points involving that concept like "Simplifies expressions using the binomial theorem" or "Simplifies binomial identities" etc etc...
So I guess u dont have that haha.
Thanks haha, though I dont think i'd come close to Realise though my test was just on complex numbers, and we arent doing integration as topic 2, we're doing conics, then polynomials, then integration I think THough generally for complex no's I would say, don't overcomplicate questions, most of them work out far easier than you would expect. Break down questions to each component and you will find things easier that way. Idk if thats any help LOL I'd have to know whats on your assessment notification. So what does it say on the notification?
I read HOD for my Extension English 1 topic: Post-colonialism and Imperialistic Ideologies.
Have a tonne of notes on this text + related.... not really a tonne, but a LOT! Just have to locate them.... probably hidden somewhere in the corner of my bookshelf amongst the pile of my Prelim HSC notes and papers... LOL
our one is SOO hard!! ):
our teacher makes hard tests to align our tests higher, and he put this hard unsolvable question at the end, so now none of us can get 100
we had Geometrical Application of Calculus and Integration
but 47/48 is awesome!, our one was out of 60 though, hahaha
Yeah, I guessed it was you after looking at your profile, especially your school
Congrats on gaining admission into the Extension English course. I'm guessing you got band 6 for school cert?
If you ever need help (in year 12, after my hsc lol), I'm always available for tutoring