Hi, can I please get an atar estimate based on my subject ranks after trials, and school rank
school rank - around 270
english adv. - 3/13
maths adv. - 37/46
legal studies - 3/12
ancient history - 9/35
ext. history - 1/5
visual arts - 1/22
How will these internal rankings affect my atar? (Aiming for 90+)
Eng adv. - 4/13
Maths adv. - 36/50 hahah...aiming to pull this up during trials but ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Legal - 4/19
Ancient hist. - 8/32
Visual Arts - 2/25
Hist. Ext. - 1/9
My school is ranked around 250
I'm in a very similar sitaution!!! 83% and 52% on my recent 2u maths exams (i was devastated about the latter). I think the only thing we can really do now is put our heads down and work hard to up our ranks, theres no point being upset about :p
and yeah, it is apparently only the rank that...
I got 52% on my recent maths adv. exam weighing 30%...
I can't estimate my ranking but i'm guessing i'm towards the bottom of my cohort (i got 83% in the previous exam). I'm so nervous and angry at myself. This just drives me to work harder to pull up my rank but I'm not sure if I can do it...
I'm doing the following subjects -
I'm going to assume my English, Legal Studies, Ancient and VA marks will count towards my atar. Lets say Maths is my worse, will it halved than combined with my Ext. History...
So i had my legal studies exam recently and i think i might've screwed up but i really can't tell. I did study considerably, but i know not as much as i could've. it weights 25% and i'm expecting a 65-75%. On the previous legal assessment (15% weighting) i got 90%.
How much impact will this...
I'm in the same position! 70% for my adv. english assessment on a task weighted 25%. I don't really see the point of going to the extremes of moving schools. I'm coming top 3 for nearly all my classes too, so considering you're coming top 3 for all, i think you'll be fine. I think the only thing...
well i'm pretty awful at this topic, so help pleaasse!
1. In the quadratic equation x^2 + mx + 2 = , the roots are consecutive. Find the values of m.
2. In the quadratic equation -3x^2 - (k+1)x + 5=0, the roots are equal in magnitude but opposite in sign. Find the value of k.