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for the ppl who got like over 99.5 ,

did u ace every assement?
Were you ranked in the top ten in all your subs?
did u study 5+ hours a day?

I want a uai above 99.6 but so far my ranks and marks indicate I will probably get close to 98+ so far, should I be getting (or at least attempting) like close to full marks in every trial exam in order to even cross 99?
 

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Wow you aim so high... the only thing I cud think of that wud require a 99.6 is comb law at usyd. r u trying for that?
 

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look at his signiture
his one of those fort st nerds :D
 

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LOL, you want 99.6? And here I am, hoping that my UAI will say something other than you scored <30 ;)

Oh, and your question, I have no idea ;)
 

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Depending on your school, being ranked in the top 10 would usually be a necessity for 99+.

You don't necessarily need close to top marks in all of your trial exams; trials are often harder than the HSC exams. Doing very well in them might be some indication of your HSC performance though. It can be useful to use them as they were meant to be used, however; as practice HSC exams. Ideally, you should know your courses before the trials, and then you need only revise after them (as opposed to studying new material), and that way the HSC exams themselves seem like a second attempt.
 

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He is a she for starters


But yeah she's obviously aiming for combined law at Sydney and I say good on her.
 

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I like the way she said so casually.. "Oh the way im going is like only 98+"

Im like how the fuk can u tell?

mann........
 

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oh man ... 99.6
that's a little specific :)

but good on you,
i'd be happy with a nice 90.00
(okay, maybe not ... but somewhere in the 90s, not 99.xx)

if you can do it, go for it :)
but don't get your hopes up.
i say ... aim low, achieve high
rather than getting your hopes up for 99.95 (for example) and being upset/unhappy with anything less.

some people are like that though,
 

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I am!!! I aim high...HAHAHAHA, and achieve low. :(

I am aiming at.....101. that way, I'll be disappointed no matter what. :D

Edit: Now i wish i have never posted :(
 

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I'm in the same situation. I wanted 99.5 at the start (and yr 11 indicated to me that it was possible) but now I'll be happy with 98. (it's not that I over estimated, my ranks have taken a pounding this year due to a number of reasons).
 
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aah Ive created a monster

oh btw ppl I didnt mean to sound over confident, I come from a selective skool 98 is achievable for the top 60, and yeh Im kinda aiming for combined law, just to keep my options open.
 

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98 in top 60
damnit thats a monstar -_-
 

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