Eh can’t really say which one is better or harder. Both are really easy and even though difficulty is relative, I have yet to meet anyone who found them difficult which can be a decent indicator.What’s the difference idt and ipt which one is better which one is harder any opinions thoughts
The main difference is that IDT is a VET course (equivalent to TAFE) and IPT is a category A course (like most other subjects).What’s the difference idt and ipt which one is better which one is harder any opinions thoughts
VET subjects are different that throughout prelims and hsc, you are working towards completing the competencies for the certificate.For vet subjects how does the atar work is it 100 hsc exam or trials count?
So it’s 100 % hsc?VET subjects are different that throughout prelims and hsc, you are working towards completing the competencies for the certificate.
For the hsc mark, that is only from external marks of the hsc exam. Thus, the trials are only a practice of the hsc, and won't count towards the final mark. This is why VET subjects have optional hsc exams.
I would say the content is "easier" since the content is considered "not rigourous enough" unlike category A subjects. But it's also not a dropkick subject, you still need to put effort to understand the concepts and apply it to work industries.Yeah basically. But you still need to complete the trials in order to do the hsc exam.
Ooh that's pretty cool combo. That means if you want an atar, only one of those counts right?Entertainment and IDT
Wait like dropping a subject? You should still keep both, and only do one exam for one of the VET subjects. I would advise to keep both so that you can graduate high school with two Cert. II. You'll be much more qualified than others who only have the hsc.Yea I’m dropping one of those both are examinable