Standard doesn't affect your atar too much, I got:
Standard English - 87
Maths 3u - 99
Maths 4u - 98
Chemistry - 89
Physics - 91
and I ended up with an atar of 98.70. Getting a 90+ atar with standard english is pretty much as doable as getting a 90+ atar with advanced english
Hey everyone, Ngo and Sons have typed up the solutions for the entire MX1 (3U) paper that was conducted today. The link to the worked solutions is here:
ngoandsons.com.au/hsc-solutions
Maths is finally done for all of you :) I hope you all did well!
Hey everyone, Ngo and Sons have typed up the solutions for the entire MX2 (4U) paper that was conducted today. The link to the worked solutions is here:
ngoandsons.com.au/hsc-solutions
Good luck everyone :) I hope you all did well!
14 units is definitely a lot, however, if you genuinely enjoy all 14 units and have the time to study for all your units, then it is okay. I knew a people who have done extremely well in the HSC with 14 units.
can't do the question right now but i assume that this is how you do it:
since x^3 + 3ax^2 + 3bx + c = 0 has a double root then this means that p(x) = x^3 + 3ax^2 + 3bx + c has a double zero. let this double zero be y. then p(y) = 0 and p'(y) = 0. this means that y^3 + 3ay^2 + 3by + c = 0 and...
If you don't have enough time to memorise all the content and do multiple past papers, you should definitely consider trying to do as much of a past paper as possible. If you are stuck, only then do you get out your notes and then answer the question