Last year a raw mark of 79 got you a band 6.. that is a 90.The raw mark for band 6 always changes within +-5, so I would say that a maximum of 84 this year would get you a band 6.alright, how about the actual scaled mark?
ty buddyLast year a raw mark of 79 got you a band 6.. that is a 90.The raw mark for band 6 always changes within +-5, so I would say that a maximum of 84 this year would get you a band 6.
So if you were to get a raw score of around 80-85, I would say that u are sitting at a high band 5 - low band 6, depending on ur rank and whether you get a mid 80 raw score. So at the very least.. an 80 as a raw would get you around mid band 5 (85) and a raw score around 84/85 would get you a low band 6... (90).
^^ All that crap is called alignment... If you are talking about scaling after everything is finalised... they just go to atar calculator and see the figures urself...
generally anything over 78 for biology would scale well I think!
We're one step ahead of you buddy.I don't know we're you guys are getting your raw marks from. If you are adding up your school assessment marks, then remember these are not reliable as its only the position that counts. The school will not tell you your raw assessment and neither will the hsc, everything is scaled so I'm not sure I understand what you are saying.
One schools top student might be on 79 and so get a band 6, another school might have the top 10 kids on high marks but not get any band 6s. That's why it all comes down to the hsc exam.