Study Journal: How I'm going to get 99.95 ATAR (1 Viewer)

ya_mum

Member
And here's the action plan to do well in my half yearlies.

Short term goal:
Get 100% in all the assessments

English

1. Complete and memorise a perfect Frankenstein/Blade Runner essay
2. Write and memorise a creative piece
3. Write 20 timed essays within 40 minutes – roughly once a day. Mark it myself, submit it for feedback to other people. Use the practice essay questions from
a. Tutor tales ( there are 28 questions available to practice on)
b. Questions from school
c. From various study guides.
4. Read all of the Frankenstein/BladeRunner notes after each practice essay, which should be every day or every 2 days and see which parts could be included in my essay.
a. Then compare with online quote banks.
6. Read Frankenstein and write down quotes.
a. Then compare with online quote banks
7. Read through FR+BR notes in
a. Excel
b. Oxford English
c. TopNotes
d. And the many FR+BR sheet

1. (CREATE AN EPIC NOTES/SUMMARY/CASE STUDY DOC) Write syllabus dot point notes using Cambridge and case studies for each dot point for
b. Financial Planning and Management
c. Marketing
2. Hand in this summary for feedback and refine it to perfection
3. Memorise all the terms in the margins in the Cambridge textbook
4. Go through all the past paper books and answer ALL the questions relating to the first 3 topics
a. Success One
5. Fix up the last couple of extended responses.
6. Memorise the Syllabus dot points for
b. Financial Planning and Management
c. Marketing
7. Complete the definition sheets for topics 1, 2 and 3
8. Write at least 20 timed responses, type it up, perfect and submit them to my teacher using questions from my teacher or past papers

Mathematics Extension 1

1. Complete one past paper from last year
2. Revise the following topics (in cambridge)
a. Perms and Coms
b. Parametrix and the Parabola
c. Polynomials
d. Further Trigonometry
e. Mathematical induction
f. Ratio of interval rule
3. Complete all the relevant topics in Fitzpatrick
a. Plane Geometry
b. Trigonometry
c. Trigonometric equations
d. Miscellaneous
e. Calculus
f. Inverse trigonometric functions
g. Polynomials
h. Permutations and combinations
4. Compile a Formula/theory book at the same time/Make posters for theories and formulas
5. Complete all the 3u past papers (there are 17 in total)
b. Task 2 – 8 papers
6. Complete
a. all of Excel Maths Ext 1 step by step book
b. Complete/revise all of Maths in focus from beginning to end.
c. 50 tips book.
7. Do every question in the coroneas and success one past papers book from the topics that ive done

Mathematics Extension 2

1. Complete one past paper from last year.
2. Revise Patel
a. Complex Numbers
b. Polynomials
3. Compile a Formula/theory book at the same time/Make posters for theories and formulas
4. Complete all the relevant sections in
a. Terry Lee’s blue book
b. Excel 50 tips
c. Cambridge
d. 4u topic by topic
5. Complete all past papers (there are 8 in total)
6. Do every question in the coroneas and success one past papers book from topics that ive done

Physics

1. Answer all the questions in Dot Point again and repeat the explanations/answers at least 5 times for the ones that are new, or unfamiliar.
a. Space
b. Motors and Generators
2. Complete all the questions for the first two topics in
a. Excel physics book
i. Read through the book, highlight and write notes in the margins
ii. Memorise all the key definitions and concepts at the back of each topic
iii. Complete all the~150 questions at the back of each topic
iv. Review every 3 days when completed.
b. Physics 2
i. Read through the book and underline any unfamiliar terms
ii. Memorise all the terms in the margins
iii. Complete all the questions at the back of each chapter
iv. Read, understand and memorise all the practical activities and experiments that are at the back of each chapter.
c. Creelman questions by topic
i. Complete all the questions in topic 1 and 2
d. Coroneos past papers
i. Do all the questions in order that are in topics 1 and 2
e. Complete Success One hsc.
i. Complete all the specimen questions
ii. Complete all the questions that are in topic 1 and 2.
f. Physics in Focus
i. Read through the entire book
ii. Answer all the questions at the end of each chapter
g. Memorise students guide to physics
h. Type up all the pracs and experiments

Feel free to comment or criticise

To spur myself to study and at the same time increase my efficiency, I will meticulously document what I've done or studied at the end of each day.

- ya mum

Hermes1

Banned
half yearlies are like in a week. THERE IS NO WAY YOU ARE GOING TO GET THAT MUCH WORK DONE. JUST DO YOUR BEST SONT MAKE PLANS.

ArtemisOrthia

Member
Good luck man. You sure have a hell of a lot to do.

I attempted to keep a journal this year (you know the whole, catpure everydays experiences and to reflect over in the future in regards to final year of schooling), but yeah lasted about a month. I had too much to do.

ya_mum

Member
Yeah, but I've got 38 days to do that

thats a shame, you should've kept going, cuz apparently journalling in general helps you improve heaps. did you post it here? maybe its easier here since if you stop posting ppl will think - this guy was all talk.

ArtemisOrthia

Member
Yeah, but I've got 38 days to do that

thats a shame, you should've kept going, cuz apparently journalling in general helps you improve heaps. did you post it here? maybe its easier here since if you stop posting ppl will think - this guy was all talk.
Yeah, I keep contemplating starting it again. But, then think it's pointless with the massive gap. Oh well. Nah, this was more a personal thing as well. It was just something I wanted to do, so I could look back and see how important I saw this year to be. Since, it's the final year of school I thought it'd be important, to record everything. (I think History Extension is corrupting my brain and its workings). I donno, difficult to explain.

Official

Bring it on
Mathematics Extension 1

1. Complete one past paper from last year
2. Revise the following topics (in cambridge)
a. Perms and Coms
b. Parametrix and the Parabola
c. Polynomials
d. Further Trigonometry
e. Mathematical induction
f. Ratio of interval rule
3. Complete all the relevant topics in Fitzpatrick
a. Plane Geometry
b. Trigonometry
c. Trigonometric equations
d. Miscellaneous
e. Calculus
f. Inverse trigonometric functions
g. Polynomials
h. Permutations and combinations
4. Compile a Formula/theory book at the same time/Make posters for theories and formulas
5. Complete all the 3u past papers (there are 17 in total)
b. Task 2 – 8 papers
6. Complete
a. all of Excel Maths Ext 1 step by step book
b. Complete/revise all of Maths in focus from beginning to end.
c. 50 tips book.
7. Do every question in the coroneas and success one past papers book from the topics that ive done

Mathematics Extension 2

1. Complete one past paper from last year.
2. Revise Patel
a. Complex Numbers
b. Polynomials
3. Compile a Formula/theory book at the same time/Make posters for theories and formulas
4. Complete all the relevant sections in
a. Terry Lee’s blue book
b. Excel 50 tips
c. Cambridge
d. 4u topic by topic
5. Complete all past papers (there are 8 in total)
6. Do every question in the coroneas and success one past papers book from topics that ive done
This is how you should do it for either maths
1. Learn vaguely all the topics from a textbook such as cambridge.
2. Do like 50+ past papers (most important) - this is much more effective as opposed to doing exercises out like 3+ different textbooks; also saves time
3. Sit HSC and get High band 6

slyhunter

Retired
This is how you should do it for either maths
1. Learn vaguely all the topics from a textbook such as cambridge.
2. Do like 50+ past papers (most important) - this is much more effective as opposed to doing exercises out like 3+ different textbooks; also saves time
3. Sit HSC and get High band 6
+1

Also OP, guarantee you will not get half those goals done.

Omnipotence

Kendrick Lamar
Nice troll. 6U maths, fucking fail.

Official

Bring it on
Nice troll. 6U maths, fucking fail.
lol, haha i only just noticed that

Also OP, nice aims

Omnipotence

Kendrick Lamar
Its odd, 99.95 ATAR students are diligent but you clearly haven't done shit.

Omnipotence

Kendrick Lamar
Aside from the bashing, I think that is far too much to do in a short period of time. Good luck.

ya_mum

Member
Its odd, 99.95 ATAR students are diligent but you clearly haven't done shit.
lol which is why im starting this; to motivate myself. i never said that i was 99.95 student, i'm only aiming for that. that way i stretch myself more than if i set a lower goal. hopefully i do get that

4025808

Well-Known Member
@ OP: just pick out the most important goals or consolidate some of the smaller goals together.

Also you should try to practice to get questions correct on the first go, even if it might be a bit slow at first. That's how I learn

ya_mum

Member
This is how you should do it for either maths
1. Learn vaguely all the topics from a textbook such as cambridge.
2. Do like 50+ past papers (most important) - this is much more effective as opposed to doing exercises out like 3+ different textbooks; also saves time
3. Sit HSC and get High band 6
awesome. ill do the past papers first then. thanks heaps.

Aindan

Member
lol good luck, you certainly need it.

roryclifford

Member
That is a hectic amount to do in that time.

Wish I had a plan though, atm I am just going through everything we have done for each subject, haven't done many questions for chem or physics yet hey, that all comes later.
Except mine start Wednesday :S

silence--

Member
you are a hero (y)