A bit late reply to the thread but should be up if adv? I did CHEM2916 (SSP version), screwed up the exam, still got (almost unreasonably imo) high marks.Hi
Has anyone done this unit? I am finding it extremely difficult and it lookslike I will fail the final and hence the course.
Does this unit scale up or down?
I am on the verge of tears.
lol well, my marks are not exactly inspirational (ask jet to do that; I'm sure his would be)You have to post your marks here one of these days, I'm in dire need of some inspiration .
Was he the person doing the math/biochem combo? I've found people with odd degree choices tend to...lol well, my marks are not exactly inspirational (ask jet to do that; I'm sure his would be)
but hopeful for the OP is that I got 86 in CHEM2916 after majorly screwing up the final exam (one of the worst ever screw-ups I've done)
though I think it was partly because pretty much everyone screwed it up.
I think so. He's also the mod for this usyd section of the forum.Was he the person doing the math/biochem combo? I've found people with odd degree choices tend to...
Oh damn, if they remove scaling, so many people are gonna fail that unit (it's just so much harder than all other previous chems imo).Sad thing is I only needed 84/180 to pass the theory component and I still fluffed that up hard.
Also everyone I spoke to said the exam was easy and secondly the lecturer this was in like week 7/8 said the fail rate was 30%!
Plus last sem the lecturer said they want to get rid of scaling.
You're in third year stats?! I might've seen you before (without knowing who you are).I think so. He's also the mod for this usyd section of the forum.
My majors are pretty 'odd' too actually - I might be the only person in the whole 3rd year who's doubled majored in pharmacology and stats.
Yep, just finished all 3rd year stats. Not gonna do honours though.You're in third year stats?! I might've seen you before (without knowing who you are).
Well, the theory component is 75%practical is 25%. You need to pass both individually. The quizzes are worth 10% of the theory component, so 7.5% of the total assesment mark.
But, I know the maximum I can get is 45% [ doing exam on anti depressents and valium = not fun], I hate solid state chem.
I am not sure if I should let the coordinator know that my performance was effected due to my illness so please take this into conseration?
You can try if you have some official evidence to provide your lecturer with, but otherwise it won't work. But why were you on antidepressants during your exam?When did you do chem 2402? I do PCOL as well.