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bilalhassan786

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i doubt it
i thought the exam was pretty good
but harder than the catholic trial we did,
but in M/c there was a few tricks that would catch people out
jst c wat happens
 

Billy Shears

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bilalhassan786 said:
i doubt it
i thought the exam was pretty good
but harder than the catholic trial we did,
but in M/c there was a few tricks that would catch people out
jst c wat happens
do you think 85 is too high or two low as a band 6 cutoff
 

DannyT23

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Billy Shears said:
do you think 85 is too high or two low as a band 6 cutoff
Yaeh 85 sounds about spot on with the money, easy test, but not a push over :D
 

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Hopefully something like 83 and above....which would give me a good chance of a band 6.
 

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if i'm not in a good position in school ranking, wat raw mark do i need at least to get a band 5 in this subject? (i mean internal + external)
Is a band 5 in the exam (external) enough? so 70+ ish?
 

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you're forgetting something - economics doesn't scale THAT well + the test overall wasn't exactly hard. Im guessing at least 87% raw is required for a band 6.
 

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Catholic Trial was a whole lot easier... hitting the 88% mark with 20/20 in M.C... as said above the HSC paper had some tricks to the MC that got me :(
 

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