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60% would align to a 87, 72% aligns to a 92.So if it's a 60% what mark does it align to? Also, when you got 72 and it aligned to 87, what were the factors affecting this?
60% would align to a 87, 72% aligns to a 92.So if it's a 60% what mark does it align to? Also, when you got 72 and it aligned to 87, what were the factors affecting this?
I want to make sure that everyone realises that you must get permission from your school principal to study externally a course that is already offered at your school. (That is, if you want it to count towards your HSC)For those who want to pick up extension 1 Maths(3u maths) in year 12 (even though they didn't do it in year 11) or accelerate in extension 1 Maths outside of school, you can come to Granville TAFE and do it!
There's another enrollment session on 28 Jan 2015, 10AM or 5PM!
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So what will you do now?Just an update, my maths teacher (who was meant to teach 2 Unit, 3 Unit and 4 Unit maths at Granville TAFE) said that the government wanted to save money, resulting in budget cuts to TAFEs and many redundancies last year because they wanted less teachers to teach more students in each class.
We were told that 3 Unit maths will most likely not be running since there aren't enough students wanting to study it, they need 25 students. My maths teacher even told those who wanted to study 3 Unit maths to not even bother going to tomorrow's class.
4 Unit maths has a question mark next to it, there are many students who want to study 4 Unit maths who are from high school but they need 25 students, the government isn't going to pay them to run a class of say, 10 students.
I apologise if this is bad news to anyone but as I said earlier, the government wants to save money. In the past, they were able to run 3 Unit or 4 Unit maths even if there were 5 students but they can't do it anymore.
This is not true. I know a school kid who got a call from Granville saying that they will run 3unit and 4unit next week.Just an update, my maths teacher (who was meant to teach 2 Unit, 3 Unit and 4 Unit maths at Granville TAFE) said that the government wanted to save money, resulting in budget cuts to TAFEs and many redundancies last year because they wanted less teachers to teach more students in each class.
We were told that 3 Unit maths will most likely not be running since there aren't enough students wanting to study it, they need 25 students. My maths teacher even told those who wanted to study 3 Unit maths to not even bother going to tomorrow's class.
4 Unit maths has a question mark next to it, there are many students who want to study 4 Unit maths who are from high school but they need 25 students, the government isn't going to pay them to run a class of say, 10 students.
I apologise if this is bad news to anyone but as I said earlier, the government wants to save money. In the past, they were able to run 3 Unit or 4 Unit maths even if there were 5 students but they can't do it anymore.
Study!So what will you do now?
I just got an email and have updated my post.This is not true. I know a school kid who got a call from Granville saying that they will run 3unit and 4unit next week.
LATEST UPDATE.Just an update, my maths teacher (who was meant to teach 2 Unit, 3 Unit and 4 Unit maths at Granville TAFE) said that the government wanted to save money, resulting in budget cuts to TAFEs and many redundancies last year because they wanted less teachers to teach more students in each class.
We were told that 3 Unit maths will most likely not be running since there aren't enough students wanting to study it, they need 25 students. My maths teacher even told those who wanted to study 3 Unit maths to not even bother going to tomorrow's class.
4 Unit maths has a question mark next to it, there are many students who want to study 4 Unit maths who are from high school but they need 25 students, the government isn't going to pay them to run a class of say, 10 students.
I apologise if this is bad news to anyone but as I said earlier, the government wants to save money. In the past, they were able to run 3 Unit or 4 Unit maths even if there were 5 students but they can't do it anymore.
Excellent news, 3 Unit and 4 Unit Maths will be running!
TAFE does year 11 and 12 in ONE year.Math via distance is very hard.
No idea how it is through TAFE.
Does TAFE do like quick courses? Say doing the 3u course (only) in a few months? Or would I be better off just grabbing a textbook and self learning?
Classes at Granville tafe are starting soon. Please contact them and enrol ASAP.@unforlorned hope please msg me further I'd be interested in taking Extension 2 on.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Yes you can. Which science subject is it? You have to be quick. Enrolment is closing soon.Hey,
Do you have any info on Distance education?
Also, is it possible for those who have been "forced" to drop out of an accelerated subject to do it again through TAFE/distance education?
Could you please make a similar thread to this but instead of maths, it's science
Thanks
You can do 1 course without any reason I'm pretty sure. I'll send you a PM.Hey,
Do you have any info on Distance education?
Also, is it possible for those who have been "forced" to drop out of an accelerated subject to do it again through TAFE/distance education?
Could you please make a similar thread to this but instead of maths, it's science
Thanks
My friend needs to get in extension 1 mathematics and he was forced to drop out of accelerated mathematics (2 unit) at his school mainly because he was underperformingYes you can. Which science subject is it? You have to be quick. Enrolment is closing soon.
For me don't worry about the science subject, I already got in physics and chemistry and people are dropping out of bio because the course is boring but my friend needs to know some info about mathematicsYes you can. Which science subject is it? You have to be quick. Enrolment is closing soon.
Your friend can do ext 1 maths at Granville tafe and accelerated 2u maths at Bankstown tafe.My friend needs to get in extension 1 mathematics and he was forced to drop out of accelerated mathematics (2 unit) at his school mainly because he was underperforming