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Is any year 11 content assessed in year 12? Or taken as "assumed knowledge"?
 

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If I recall correctly, all subjects except Mathematics does not test Year 11 content.
 

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If I recall correctly, all subjects except Mathematics does not test Year 11 content.
How come then, in one of the Chem HSC past papers, students were asked to draw a galvanic cell + half equations etc (which was taught in year 11 module 3)

it was the 2017 and 2018 papers is still within Syllabus
 

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How come then, in one of the Chem HSC past papers, students were asked to draw a galvanic cell + half equations etc (which was taught in year 11 module 3)

it was the 2018 paper which is still within Syllabus
Syllabus started 2019 didn't it?
 

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How come then, in one of the Chem HSC past papers, students were asked to draw a galvanic cell + half equations etc (which was taught in year 11 module 3)

it was the 2018 paper which is still within Syllabus
Thats the old syllabus, you don't need that for the new syllabus HSC exam.
 

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Syllabus started 2019 didn't it?
Really? But like on NESA the official document with all the dot points is from 2017?! Like if I type up any subject Syllabus there is always a bracket saying the effective year
 

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How come then, in one of the Chem HSC past papers, students were asked to draw a galvanic cell + half equations etc (which was taught in year 11 module 3)

it was the 2017 and 2018 papers is still within Syllabus
In the old syllabus (2000-2018 HSC) the galvanic cells was a concept taught during Year 12. In Year 11 now you learn about it in Module 3, but back then it was in Year 12 content because the module it was in was called "Production of Materials" so students learnt about batteries and stuff in Year 12

In terms of HSC papers only the 2019 one you can be certain is all new syllabus content. However, some aspects of the old syllabus are still relevant as those dot point have not changed
 

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