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1. ### English Area of Study to be dropped

As someone who does EExt1, I agree with teriarse. In the elective I'm doing at least, it's easier to regurgitate a rote learned essay than in English Adv, simply because the questions are so broad. Eng ext, imo doesn't really require a more comprehensive grasp on the language, if anything I've...
2. ### Some maths question (MC)

ooooh Sweet, thanks :) How do you figure out that tan =-2 has two solutions? Do you draw it out? Aww no you don't At least you didn't try to draw out the two graphs and count how many times they touched the X-axis like what I did lol
3. ### Some maths question (MC)

Opps, should've put up the answers; the probability one is D and the trig one is 2 so B. For the probability question; why is it times and not plus? Thanks~:) (Can you tell I'm shit at this subject yet hahah)
4. ### Some maths question (MC)

Hey guys, Could anyone work out a step-by-step answer to the following two questions (please and thank you :) ) Trig http://imgur.com/Oa0qWLO Probability http://imgur.com/Aa7p5ae
5. ### There is only one B-cell for one antigen?

So does the immune response mostly occur within lymph nodes or blood?
6. ### Predictions for Chemistry 2015?

? Like water tests? (turbidity etc)
7. ### Predictions for Chemistry 2015?

I thought you didn't do chem :o
8. ### There is only one B-cell for one antigen?

Sweet, thanks :) lol same, I've been neglecting TSFBH and communications
9. ### There is only one B-cell for one antigen?

Hey guys, Is there only one B-cell for one antien and once that B-cell is activated, it clones itself and differentiates into plasma +memory? It just seems abit hard to believe haha + I've always thought that B cells were like any other cell and quite uniform. Is that what the clonal...
10. ### To all 2014/13/12ers: Is this a touchy topic for EE1 creative?

free bump for an interesting question~ C:
11. ### Any suggestions for related texts for AOS - discovery

Although it can be good to have you related match with your core (theme-wise) as Drsoccerball's related does, keep in mind you're exploring the concept of discovery and not political revolutionary concepts/ the development of a social conscience by individuals. And since Discovery's a pretty...

Hey guys, If anyone has any English Ext 1 past papers (trials/ half-yearlys) they're willing to share that have ATB questions, please pm me :) Cheers
13. ### ATB Predictions?

Setting? Like ask students to write based on a specific setting? I.e Berlin Or do you mean setting in a broad sense and that the student's response must refer to their setting/ setting is a crucial part of their response?
14. ### English Ext 1 past papers?

Hey guys, I was just wondering if anyone has any EExt1 past papers, they're happy to share :) I've had a look and can't seem to find any trial papers other than a sydney girls one (of a past syllabus) Cheers
15. ### Discovery supplementary texts

I guess it depends on your text. I would've gone with 'The secret life of Walter Mitty'. It wasn't my related (I did plurality by Dennis Liu), but that was only because I didn't think of using it until about 2 nights before the exam lol

900 words
17. ### 2015 BoWs - Progress page. Thoughts and feelings?

I guess they wanted us to focus on studying for the external exams :P I don't actually mind tbh, I think even if it were dued at the conclusion of T3, you probably will have a similar amount of students struggling to complete the task. An extension, personally, doesn't make me work any faster...
18. ### Biology Question

JOKES I lied. I didn't read the question properly (yet again); soz haha Basically the question has shown you when prophase - metaphase 1 occurs (line up at equator). It's asking you what the resulting 4 daughter cells would look like, provided diagram 1/ circle 1 is the parent cell. So you...
19. ### How to repeat year 12/HSC

Don't quote me on this, but I thought you could take the HSC again without having to do it with a school...?
20. ### Biology Question

I don't have the faintest clue; I haven't touched blueprint of life in a very long time lol. The only reason I can think of why not all chromosomes may cross over is because you get more genetic diversity that way. And since meiosis is all about variation, it seems plausible. But that's assuming...