marks?..........nit said:I think you'll find it was achieved by one Dr Anthony Henderson from SGS in 1993. He was another all-round genius who excelled in 4u maths, and the classics. He's now a postdoctoral fellow at Usyd School of Maths and Statistics.
Hmm, im pretty sure if i re-did my hsc next year i could at least get into the 99.5+ region. Especially if i only took the subjects i fucked up on.anti-mathmite said:Do you mean that by the end we know what we needed to do and so if we re-did it we could perfect it?
If so, not necessarily; i did two HSC subjects in 2003 and i'm still learning quite alot about the HSC now (scaling etc). But i think it would act as good experience. This time around i got good results in my trials, and other people who i expected to beat me by a few marks failed!
I think its because i know what its like as i sat the chem and IPT exams in 2003, but i don't even do those subjects now :S.
An aggregate is an addition of all the SCALED MARKS out of 500. That means that score comes after the scaling process has been completed. Aligned marks and raw marks are not usually put into an aggregate.hasterz said:no way... i reckon thats too low, it would be very close to 500
perhaps 498 or 499
It is possible, I know that. However I don't think it has been achieved yet, unless you're willing to prove me wrong. A scaled mark of at least 98 is required in a more than a couple subjects in order to achieve it.acmilan said:It says those are the lowest aggregates for the respective UAI. The lowest aggregate for 100 in 2004 was 483.0, 2003 it was 485.6, etc. meaning its possible people have gotten 490+.