- Oct 20, 2011
Or am I going to top the state by myself - yeah boy
No, most often they have high 90's.Do people with state rankings always get 100 or can they get lower than that?
The raw internal mark is moderated. Aligning occurs to the raw exam mark.The head marker of 2010 told me that, in that year it was 75 raw mark... however for some reason that doesn't sit well with me because when i put my 88 internal in an atar calculator it pretty much stays the same or becomes like 90.2
Can you attempt to make that a little more leymanish sorryThe raw internal mark is moderated. Aligning occurs to the raw exam mark.
Forgiven - I dont envy the latin guys. Basically, internal marks are moderated based on a cohorts performance in the externals - this process is somewhat complex and is best explained here http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/hsc-results/moderation.html. In terms of external marks, the are aligned differently each year. So for instance, the markers might decide that 75/100 is enough for a band 6 this year, which means that all people who got 75+/100 will get a band 6. This only applies to the final exam though.*layman.. please forgive 3hr latin exam
If 75 -> 90The head marker of 2010 told me that, in that year it was 75 raw mark... however for some reason that doesn't sit well with me because when i put my 88 internal in an atar calculator it pretty much stays the same or becomes like 90.2
100% agreedthink i can hit 80, that's cool.
Do many guys here do extension? I swear it is so much easier... No grammar and lots of tasty commentary. And the seen is so weird it sticks in my mind
That's brilliant dude... I actually wrote "I have never seen such an abomination" as my comment for the paper on that blue sheet.. love a classical allusionTo quote the crucified guy, I have never seen such an abomination.
Grammar was phucked, Cicero 10 marker was a battle, bit vague too, unseens tough as usual but otherwise ok haha.
Does anyone know the usual cut-off for a band 6?