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    Is Rawmarks database reliable?

    It would be pretty silly of me to bring up a mark that had adjustments due to illness 😁 but yeah, just to clear any doubts, the mark didn't have any estimate adjustments added onto it.
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    Is Rawmarks database reliable?

    Just correcting, the bio marks are from someone else but yeah very confusing.
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    Is Rawmarks database reliable?

    If I'm not mistaken, there are some errors in maths and bio (chem & phys seem okay mostly maybe 1 or 2 sus ones but yeah). maths seems too strict in some areas and same w bio (bc mid to low 80s is not low 90s aligned in bio).
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    Is Rawmarks database reliable?

    I don't think you realise I'm a moderator on ConquerHSC, and this is actually the raw mark of a mentor on ConquerHSC, so I wouldn't really try to throw that around LOL.
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    Is Rawmarks database reliable?

    Would you like me to send you the NESA rawmarks report? I think you're blindly just reading from rawmarks data base like it is the holy grail of info. Numerous data points doesn't imply they are correct lol. I think you should be able to count 49 from it.
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    Is Rawmarks database reliable?

    I know some results of people who sent in results for 2021 who actually had their marks removed from the page and suddenly some random new ones appeared, which seem to contradict the raw marks that I have on me directly. e.g. a raw mark of 49/70 in mathematics extension 1 in 2021 aligned to a 95...
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    BoS trials Maths and Chemistry 2022

    Sure! The sample answer is along the lines of: - Unlikely to contain an alcohol if the solution remains purple upon the addition of acidified KMnO4 (an oxidant that would oxidise primary and secondary alcohols under standard conditions). - Likely to contain a carboxylic acid if bubbles form...
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    BoS trials Maths and Chemistry 2022

    @IAmWinston time to mark after paper 2
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    Sig fig rules are sorta straightforward in Chemistry, but what about Physics?

    Physics doesn't really mark for sig figs (as far as I've seen in the marking guidelines for the past few years), however, from what I've heard, sig figs are a 'Band 6 indicator' which just means its a mark of a strong student that they're aware of the accuracy of their calculations. And...
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    girraween entry results

    Girra is generally a bit later so I wouldn't really recommend going out of your way to contact them, just wait for it to come.
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    Is 3U math enough to get a really good ATAR

    66 doesn't seem like 3 full classes. NESA mandates 24 student classes as a maximum so there are still 6 places left if you really really want to push for it.
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