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Xanthi

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Any idea what the chance of no reflection is?

That would be quite a shock.
 

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Also, this is seperate but is it required to address the stimulus in the reflection if it is not asked?

I am assuming the answer is no?
 

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Also, this is seperate but is it required to address the stimulus in the reflection if it is not asked?

I am assuming the answer is no?
It's preferable to address the stimulus regardless of whether or not it is asked. It's not there for decoration lol
 

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can you share a link of how you got to this so i can choose sample questions for my other subjects like business?
Hi.

I'm not 100% sure, however, I believe that English sample papers were made for the HSC students of 2019 and subsequently 2020 due to the new syllabus (and it's rather annoyingly drastic changes) - as there wouldn't be great substitute past papers to study off (or at least for some mods). So, I don't think business would have a sample paper for 2019 as the last syllabus change was in 2009. But, there are past HSC papers on NESA's website.
 

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can you share a link of how you got to this so i can choose sample questions for my other subjects like business?
Yeah as said previously the sample questions are there so people are aware of the type and scope of questions asked in a new syllabus and as business has been around for ages you can already gauge the exam style in both past hsc and trial papers
 

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Yeah as said previously the sample questions are there so people are aware of the type and scope of questions asked in a new syllabus and as business has been around for ages you can already gauge the exam style in both past hsc and trial papers
oh makes sense, ty
 
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