• Congratulations to the Class of 2021 on your results!
    Let us know how you went here
    Got a question about your uni preferences? Ask us here
  • YOU can help the next generation of students in the community!
    Share your trial papers and notes on our Notes & Resources page

Multiple Choice (1 Viewer)

skyrockets1530

Member++
Joined
Sep 10, 2004
Messages
184
Location
Sydney
Gender
Male
HSC
2005
S13WPN said:
sounds fair enough to me... i just took a stab. i dont see how you lads got C for 3, i thought a products success was measured by how well it sells ie profit??
Well, while i was looking at these in the exam, i decided that it couldn't be D for the simple reason that the technology may not meet the needs of the public and thus, no matter the cost, would not be purchased. It was also troublesome that D singled out new technology as a successfull innovation- there are other types of innovations other than technological, albeit their the most common...

As for A, market needs should be indentified, however identifying a market oppertunity by no means gauruntees succes of an innovaiton, as it leaves out the mention of the innovation at all. Once the needs are identified, you may find they cannot be met by a feasable innovation.

For C, the innovation needs to be creative and clever, ineed it does- however this answer is not entirely correct, an innavtion may be creative and clever however nobody may be able to afford it.

I found the answer to be a toss up between A and C, I chose C as it seems most correct as a clever and creative innovation is most likely to find success in the market, while creativity connotes the unique nature of innovation, and being clever can be infered as meaning the innovation was well researched.

Of course its Design Tech and I could be wrong
 

MissyD

New Member
Joined
Sep 16, 2005
Messages
10
Gender
Female
HSC
2005
ahhhhh

Ok here goes...i got
1 D
2 C
3 D
4 B
5 C
6 C
7 A
8 D (it cant be B doesnt the project have to meet the needs of the client not the designer?? I may be wrong)

9 D (had a bit of a guess)
10 B
 

shonopono

New Member
Joined
Aug 27, 2005
Messages
11
i got

D
C
C(wasnt sure)
C
C
C
A
B
B
C
so i got about 2/10 lol
oh did i mention I HATE D+T!!!
 

pear head

Member
Joined
Apr 15, 2005
Messages
40
Gender
Undisclosed
HSC
2005
shonopono said:
oh did i mention I HATE D+T!!!

same here i hate this subject too..and i agree...the multiple choice was pretty hard for me....so far...my hsc exams have been quite easy...
 

slinky_cumquat

Geriatric
Joined
Dec 6, 2004
Messages
72
Location
Sydney
Gender
Female
HSC
2005
seems a lot of answers were C... which is i guess good for me as i remember having a lot of C's. i cant remember the rest of what i put. ah well all over, now to maths! which i am terrible at. goodbye uai
 

rocklobster

New Member
Joined
Jun 9, 2005
Messages
16
Same as S13WPN

Yeah I got the same multiple choice answers as you S13WPN! Go us!

I thought the multiple choice were harder than past years but it was still pretty good I think. They tried to trick us with the wording e.g. Q8. Oh well guys, at least its OVER.

Anyone here persuing design after school???
 

niteshade1312

Member
Joined
Dec 20, 2004
Messages
664
Location
Sydney
Gender
Female
HSC
2005
slinky_cumquat said:
seems a lot of answers were C... which is i guess good for me as i remember having a lot of C's. i cant remember the rest of what i put. ah well all over, now to maths! which i am terrible at. goodbye uai
...ME TOO!!!!
 

anal

New Member
Joined
Sep 27, 2005
Messages
3
dude, I got that bloody graph question wrong!! i just stared at it for like 5 minutes thinking there has to be some sort of trick.

Idiot, table for one please.
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

Top