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Ok, I received a large package a few days ago. Here is the main information:

Biology
Total Mark: 81.00
Total Weighted Mark: 82
Exam Mark: 91.8
State Rank: 402/15307

Chemistry
TM: 76.00
TWM: 76
Exam Mark 91.8
State Rank: 289/10040

English (Advanced)
TM: 77.68
TWM: 85
Exam Mark: 90.6
State Rank: 1548/27245

English Extension 1
TM: 37.5
TWM: 41
Exam Mark: 43.8
State Rank: 965/5719

Mathematics Extension 1 (2008)
TM: 77.00/84
TWM: 77/84
Exam mark 48.8
State Rank: 223/8548

Mathematics Extension 2 (2008)
TM: 95.00/120
TWM: 95/120
Exam mark: 94.8
State Rank: 258/3090

Music I
TM: 89.00
TWM: 90.00
Exam Mark: 95.2
State Rank: 88/4882

Studies of Religion I
TM: 46.00
TWM: 46
Exam Mark: 47.1
State Rank: 75/9797

Cosmology Distinction Course
TM: 100.00
TWM: 100
Exam mark: 100
State Rank: 1/21


I have complete question breakdowns for every exam, but obviously I won't be putting them up :p
 
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Ok, I received a large package a few days ago. Here is the main information:

Biology
Total Mark: 81.00
Total Weighted Mark: 82
Exam Mark: 91.8
State Rank: 402/15307

Chemistry
TM: 76.00
TWM: 76
Exam Mark 91.8
State Rank: 289/10040

English (Advanced)
TM: 77.68
TWM: 85
Exam Mark: 90.6
State Rank: 1548/27245

English Extension 1
TM: 37.5
TWM: 41
Exam Mark: 43.8
State Rank: 965/5719

Mathematics Extension 1 (2008)
TM: 77.00/84
TWM: 77/84
Exam mark 48.8
State Rank: 223/8548

Mathematics Extension 2 (2008)
TM: 95.00/120
TWM: 95/120
Exam mark: 94.8
State Rank: 258/3090

Music I
TM: 89.00
TWM: 90.00
Exam Mark: 95.2
State Rank: 88/4882

Studies of Religion I
TM: 46.00
TWM: 46
Exam Mark: 47.1
State Rank: 75/9797

Cosmology Distinction Course
TM: 100.00
TWM: 100
Exam mark: 100
State Rank: 1/21


I have complete question breakdowns for every exam, but obviously I won't be putting them up :p
100% RAW in cosmology. Wow, that's amazing! Were there really only 21 people studying the course in 2009?
 

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Yes, we started with 33 people and 12 dropped.
 

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They can only assume you have done 10.1 maths, so no.
 

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Nice work, and congratulations on 100% raw in cosmology. A few of your marks are close to the band 6 cutoff, so they should be useful for estimating the band 6 cutoff.
 

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The Cosmo kids in my school told me that nobody had 100% Raw. Weird. The other marks are pretty solid though the aligning is ridiculous especially for Chem. 76->91.8 WTF? And then you're in the top 300 in the state WTF? Nice Music mark though. What were your final aligned marks?
 

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Nice jetblack2007. What's the difference between Total Mark and Total Weighted Mark?
 

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Nice jetblack2007. What's the difference between Total Mark and Total Weighted Mark?
well what i first thought was...
exams with different sections... ie biology has different options. Total mark=total mark he got
total weighted mark=mark where the options have been changed to keep it 'even'
this is my guess :s
 

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well what i first thought was...
exams with different sections... ie biology has different options. Total mark=total mark he got
total weighted mark=mark where the options have been changed to keep it 'even'
this is my guess :s
Yes, this is right. The Total mark is the actual raw mark. The Total Weighted mark is the raw mark after optional question scaling has been used, like in modules in English and electives in the sciences.
 

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