Different circumstance, you probably wouldn‘t do 4U if you weren’t great at Algebra. Whereas there may be some people who do all humanities which aren’t particularly the best at writing but still chose them as they enjoy the subject. I’d think the justification for picking a subject is not just because of your abilities but also for enjoyment...Thats like saying those who do 4U maths don't neccesarily have to be good at algebra.
lol - me...I do an humanity subject because i enjoy it, so don't twist my words and no one that's bad at English will choose most of their subjects to be about writing.
comparative advantage is a good way to put it - i was better at humanities than science (or maybe i just messed around in y11 phys and did shit) so that's why i ended up doing a fewfor the large majority of cases, people who choose to do humanities subjects prefer writing over other stuff - e.g. doing maths.
in that sense, the person is comparatively good at writing, as preference for something is normally due to having more success in it.
Correct. Writing is the only thing I'm capable of doing so I opted for those subjects but chose music since I liked the performative aspect of it but the theory part went through one ear out the other.it's not really interesting as Legal studies, Modern history, society and culture are both hsie subject which shows us that the person has extremely good writing skills because they are doing a bunch of humanities writing subjects. Many hsc students had subjects which would be considered the same group this could be science or technology, a another subject that does not relate to their other subject group so it's not interesting just normal at this point.
Oh wow that sounds interesting, but really hard at the same time.thx
this assessment is a 'depth study'
every other science has an assignment for their depth study
physics has a computer modelling task ffs