Now note that I am significantly more daft than the average person, so a lot of this might come off as common sense, but in case this might help anyone, here are my mistakes in my time during this course:
- I have always been a very disorganised person who procrastinates until the night...
MARKER'S FEEDBACK for this essay:
- Don't put so many details in the introduction. Leave DETAILS for BODY PARAGRAPHS.
- Try to develop a clearer thesis.
- Use more PERSUASIVE LANGUAGE to argue my points.
- Try to balance contextual claims with textual analysis
- Consider evaluating the...
I got into private school (typically ranking low 20s in the state) on a full academic scholarship and I can say this is probably not the norm because I am an embarrassment to all academic scholarship holders (and its a miracle my school has kept me) but I am definitely not going to get a top...
It's rather frustrating really but I'm someone who's used to studying last minute and retaining information just for 1 exam (and forgetting it quickly after) I studied for my trials in a week (going through maths in focus yr11/yr12 for 6 days then finished the nesa specimen paper in the last few...
I did ok in trials and I'm studying a whole day more for the HSC but I feel like I just fluked trials and hsc will be way way harder :(
Edit: my dumb ass forgot to mention this is for maths ext 1 lol, and for trials I did the CSSA paper
3rd column is ranks.
And got a really low percentage,...I'm just aiming for average or above since 50% of my cohort tends to get a band 6. I think they average percentages and not ranks so with my super low mark for Task 3, do you guys think it's still possible to place average overall?