- Mar 19, 2016
Yeah I am serious lol.not sure if srs
Why is there a huge risk? Plus, some people may actually like those high-scaling subjects in the first place.Yeah I am serious lol.
I understand they 'scale' better, but there's still a huge risk. Getting like 60% in Extension 2 Maths might (Idk - probs exaggerating) get you like a 90 atar but you could do the other subjects that are easier, do better in them and get like 98.
No idea but ask a question and I'll answer....Why is this ipt forum dead, i know there's some people doing ipt other than my class of 6 people. Come on guys, lets get this ipt forum running like those biology and business forums. I'll begin with a question, what is interlacing? (for you multimedia freaks out there)
scaling, essentially.There's something I don't get. Why do people kill themselves doing 3 sciences, 4U maths and 3U English, when they can have 1 science, 2U math, 2U English and more 'fun' subjects and have less risk of failing/wanting to kill yourself?
Totally gonna revive this thread a wee bit, and say yes there is such a thing as IDT. Information Digital Technology, is a course hosted by TAFE which is commonly integrated into offers made by high schools, resulting in it being classed as a TVET course. I did the HSC exam for it this year, and I can certainly say that it was pretty bloody easy. Though I will say that the requirements for getting 90+% in this course are realllllly stringent, and the 2 medium response questions have to be answered perfectly to get the full 15/15 for each one of them.Wait, is there such course as IDT?
Agreed. I think if more yr10 students realised the value it offers for various career paths later on, there would be much more take up of it at HSC level.Just felt like posting this for some reason but I have a soft spot for IPT compared to my other subjects that I did better in. I loved IPT.
I can imagine it being horrendously outdated but there's definitely quite a few core concepts which are useful even now (eg process flow diagrams, SQL queries, etc)... but maybe they just need a bit more depth.Every subject "scales well" if you're at the pointy end. The big problem with IPT is the outdated syllabus. They havent even updated the specs document in 9 years. Ridiculous for a technology subject. Fortunately the syllbus is undergoing a serious update. Not sure when it will come in.
Ugh IPT is literally the bane of my existence.Every time I'm reminded of this subject I just feel cozy, don't know why but I can't say anything negative about it.