- Jul 19, 2009
- Uni Grad
Haha what year was this?omg i just looked and there were 64 standard band 6s vs 3798 in advanced.
i used: http://topscores.info/select-nsw.php#pagehereHaha what year was this?
EDIT: Actually, there were 62/34558 Band 6's in Standard as opposed to 3797/27163 in Advanced for the year 2010.
Nah I just used the percentages provided. Another way to do it is to count the number of Band 6's from the distinguished achiever's list supplied by BoS which is probably what the website you mentioned done? Doesn't really matter. Handy website btw.
yerr i found that topscores.info is a lot faster/easier for me to stalk people hahahaNah I just used the percentages provided. Another way to do it is to count the number of Band 6's from the distinguished achiever's list supplied by BoS which is probably what the website you mentioned done? Doesn't really matter. Handy website btw.
Yes unfortunately that is the case. Did you know most schools don't even finish the Extension 2 Mathematics course before the HSC? And then everyone complains about students going to tutors. Its like they want us to fail. If you went to an average comprehensive high school and aimed for a 99+ ATAR you would be severely disadvantaged. The quality of work that the teachers provide will only challenge the dropkicks of the class, whilst the serious ones waste their time with boring work and find they are unable to compete with students at selective schools in the HSC. Furthermore the easier discipline means better teachers opt for Selective Schools in suburban or inner-city areas. This means all the terrible teachers are teaching the worst students in the state.Ummm, perhaps your standards are way too high. There were only 49 99.95 ATARs this year, in which 12 of them were snatched up by Ruse, which only leaves another 37 left... You're telling me that another 750+ schools in this state are crap? ... :\.