Love Addict - Nakashima
- Jan 16, 2005
They can't blame the school for estimating their UAIs. The school doesn't force you to study more or less after the estimate is given. It gives you an idea of where you stand, and what courses you could consider, etc. The HSC is worth 50% so you are the one to decide whether your estimate is accurate or not. Slack off or put in extra effort and it won't be accurate. Be consistent with your studying and it will be.lala2 said:Wow, a range of interesting views here...and maybe I'm glad they didn't give me a UAI prediction, thuogh they keep repeating the only 'statistic' they've 'got' that 50% of PLC's girls get a UAI of 90+, which didn't mean anything to me as I was looking more for a UAI of 95+ (which I got). I agree with physician that if any school wants to give a prediction, they should allow the students the option of having their UAIs estimated or not, so that any dejected parents or students will not blame the school in the end, and yes, a range does sound like a good thing too.