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Assumption: harder exam than previous yrs: maths e1 (1 Viewer)

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In light of the adv/e2 tests, which was harder than previous years, its good to assume the trend will continue.
 

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yes, I would agree with that, otherwise the scaling would be strange, but it seems that this year is:
English = EASY
MATH = DEATH (although I think I did ok in the 4u exam)
 

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ditto...bio first, im gonna ask my friends how it would be, in light i have chem + phys next week so i can get prepared if its a hard test :-/
 

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whoa! 57% is first for ext2 maths? haha thank god im not doing e2 maths :-/
the top mark for 2005 cssa trials is 115/120 (maths ext 2), average 60ish% meaning many failed :-/
i suck at maths extension 1 so im so glad it doesnt count for me
i cant imagine myself doing maths extension 2
 

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MuffinMan said:
In light of the adv/e2 tests, which was harder than previous years, its good to assume the trend will continue.
Why dont we assume that in light of the fact that 2/4u were harder, than 3u will be easier? Something of the effect (i.e paper one was easy = paper 2 will be hard) was assumed for english.

People, the glass is half FULL. :D
 

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