Depends on the subject but you can estimate an exact mark from past data: Advanced Mathematics you usually need like 100 but Chemistry usually cuts off at 98
In my attempts for perfect subject scores I literally bought every available textbook for a subject rather than just the one that the...
Maybe think like: "If I could have a lesson tomorrow on any of these subjects, which would I choose?" or something
Try to choose whichever you think would be the most fun, I think entertainment is one of the most important aspects to consider
Also maybe look into the actual course content that...
If you have completed 5.3 maths then you can do chem easily without HSC mathematics skills. It is mostly just addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with some index powers like 3 squared 9 cubed or 10 to the power of a number
I would take whichever you find the most fun, regardless of difficulty or performance. One more thing to consider would be that you can do extension history or extension science in year 12 if you also undertake a history or science, which are both very rewarding subjects
I used the question to guide my understanding of the last poem, whereby the question asked for how it presented paradoxial behaviour or something so I just found lines that did that in the poem and chose the third one as a comparison, but I felt like the first could have worked as well
For the first text I wrote about how although they shared the same childhood conditions - which was symbolised through the motif of aeronautics whereby they share the same map - they take different paths within that map or something