Definitely a big yesIs it a satisfying course though, do you enjoy it?
Wow that's quite early :/
It is never too late-don't compare yourself too much with other people-because maths really is a discipline requiring consistent practice, even if you learnt something two years ago, without practising regularly, you will lose the knowledge very quickly. Just focus on your own ATAR goal and do everything you can to achieve it Best wishes
anyone who starts the course that far back is honestly retarded. you gain absolutely nothing. i'm doing the course currently, and there are a few kids who started it at tutoring at the start of year 11. Needless to say, none of them have even broken the top 15. The majority of the top of our course isn't tutored at all. definitely not something to worry about. if you're averaging over 95, you'll cope no problem, it's just about consistent and constant application. I try to do a few questions in each of my free periods at school, and i'm easily managing the course like that. the most important thing is that you love the maths. if you don't, you won't enjoy putting in the work.