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Sick of doing the same repetitive questions and want some good practice for the harder questions in the HSC exams?

Want to do a practice paper under simulated exam conditions in preparation for your HSC?

Know someone at school who is a gun at HSC maths and/or HSC chemistry?


It is that time of year again! This year, Bored of Studies will be holding trial exams for:

Mathematics Extension 1
Mathematics Extension 2
Chemistry

These are aimed at students seeking a challenging paper that will push their limits and test how well they really know their stuff. The exams have been designed by our team maintaining a high standard of challenging questions, whilst still remaining within the bounds of the HSC syllabus.

They will interest you, challenge you and show you different ways of thinking for certain topics (which will be very handy for the actual HSC exam!). Students who have taken these trial exams in previous years can attest to this.

Note: Students who may be worried about losing motivation (due to results) are reminded that this is NOT intended to be an accurate reflection of the difficulty of the HSC. The questions are made to be as closely styled as possible to the HSC exams (see previous papers), but this will be one of your last chances to practice a full exam as close to HSC conditions as possible.


Different BoS trial format this year
This year we will be running the BoS trial exams online. A team of markers will then mark the responses and we will post the (anonymised) results on this forum in due course, along with sample solutions. Whilst we would have loved to have had an in-person event, the decision has been made to go with an online format this year for the following reasons:
• Current NSW Health protocols are that any positive COVID-19 case must isolate for 14 days regardless of vaccination status. Given that there are still hundreds of cases circulating in the community, the last thing we want is for this event to create a transmission risk and force students into quarantine, subsequently missing their HSC exams.
• Any large gathering event will likely require strict rules in vaccination status and masking. This, along with the uncertainty of the government constantly changing rules at short notice, makes it challenging and risky for any venue to host and enforce the rules.

Of course, we recognise that actual supervised exam conditions cannot be perfectly enforced with this format. The timed nature of the exam and the application-centric nature of the questions will help mitigate some of this. However, we strongly advise that you sit this in as close to exam conditions as possible at home, to get the maximum benefit for your HSC studies. If you are going to be cheating yourself to stroke your ego and get a false sense of security, then note that it is to your own detriment when it comes to the preparing for the real HSC exam (given this is a practice exam and doesn’t actually count to any official assessment marks).

An outline of how this will work:
  1. Students who register will be invited into a restricted forum on this website specifically set up for the BoS trials. The forum to submit responses will function in a similar way to Contact Moderators, in that it is private for the individual student but viewable by markers. More specific instructions will be provided to the participants closer to the exam day.
  2. The exam paper will be released to participants at a certain time (see below). They will be given a time limit to complete the paper and attach photos/scans of their responses as a series of PDF files into a thread. A 20 minute leeway will be given to allow time for upload.
  3. When time is up, all submission threads will be locked and the submission will be taken as final for marking. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Time of exams
The times are indicative of 10 minutes reading time, 3 hours writing time (2 hours for Maths Ext1) and 20 minutes upload time (15 minutes for Maths Ext1). Please make sure you are online on Bored of Studies at least 10 minutes prior to the designated start time.
Mathematics Extension 2
Tuesday 2nd of November

9:30am - 1:00pm
Mathematics Extension 1
Tuesday 2nd of November

3:00pm - 5:25pm
Chemistry
Wednesday 3rd of November

2.00pm - 5.30pm

Target audience
It is highly recommended that students attempting the papers are around (or at least aiming for) the band 6 or band E4 range. The exams will very thoroughly examine your understanding of different topics, but more importantly your ability to apply this to solving problems under exam conditions.

What you need
• A Bored of Studies account - if you are not yet a member (or would like to sign up some friends) you can sign up for free by clicking on the ‘Register’ button on the top right corner of the page
• An appropriate physical environment to do the exam, ideally a quiet room with minimal disturbance on the exam day
• Your own blank writing paper
• A phone or scanner to take photos/scans of responses
• A working computer/laptop with stable internet connection and the ability to paste photos in a Word file and convert them to a PDF
• The usual materials allowed for the HSC exams, including pen and calculator
• A printer at home is preferred (particularly for Chemistry where it is more convenient to print the paper and write/graph on the spaces in section II) but not mandatory

Cost
Given the online delivery of the exams, this will be a free event.

How to register
Please send me a private message (here or click on "Start a new conversation" on my profile) stating the following:
• Username (especially if you are registering friends)
• Name
• School
• Which exam(s) you will be sitting (Maths Ext1, Maths Ext2, Chemistry)
• How you first found out about this event
Note that we do have a registration cap of 40 people for each exam, so get in quick!

If you wish to invite some friends (which I encourage provided they fit the recommended target audience described above), please be advised that they must have a Bored of Studies account to participate in the exam. If you wish to register them together in one go, please make sure ALL accounts are participants in the same private message.

If you know anybody who is ‘beast’ at Mathematics and/or Chemistry, I ask that you link them to this page. We want to put the best people in the state up against each other for this exam. Consider it a challenge from us.

Once you have registered, you will receive a student number to confirm your registration. Keep this student number with you for each exam. You can use it to track your results when I put the marks online (only the student number and marks will be shown). You are only registered when I have replied with your student number.

Look forward to seeing you there (online)! :)

Past exams and solutions
For Maths, we do have past papers since 2012 to give you an idea of what to expect. Keep in the mind that whilst the new syllabus was in place since 2020, the majority of the questions in those past papers are still relevant to the current syllabus. For Chemistry, we have a past paper in 2020 which was the first year we did a BoS Trial for that course.

Feel free to use them as preparation for this year's paper or just practice in general.

Chemistry

Mathematics Advanced (2013-2015 only)

Mathematics Extension 1

Mathematics Extension 2
 

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Who develops and marks these exams? Is it only select moderators or some other BOS users?
 

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Sick of doing the same repetitive questions and want some good practice for the harder questions in the HSC exams?

Want to do a practice paper under simulated exam conditions in preparation for your HSC?

Know someone at school who is a gun at HSC maths and/or HSC chemistry?


It is that time of year again! This year, Bored of Studies will be holding trial exams for:

Mathematics Extension 1
Mathematics Extension 2
Chemistry

These are aimed at students seeking a challenging paper that will push their limits and test how well they really know their stuff. The exams have been designed by our team maintaining a high standard of challenging questions, whilst still remaining within the bounds of the HSC syllabus.

They will interest you, challenge you and show you different ways of thinking for certain topics (which will be very handy for the actual HSC exam!). Students who have taken these trial exams in previous years can attest to this.

Note: Students who may be worried about losing motivation (due to results) are reminded that this is NOT intended to be an accurate reflection of the difficulty of the HSC. The questions are made to be as closely styled as possible to the HSC exams (see previous papers), but this will be one of your last chances to practice a full exam as close to HSC conditions as possible.


Different BoS trial format this year
This year we will be running the BoS trial exams online. A team of markers will then mark the responses and we will post the (anonymised) results on this forum in due course, along with sample solutions. Whilst we would have loved to have had an in-person event, the decision has been made to go with an online format this year for the following reasons:
• Current NSW Health protocols are that any positive COVID-19 case must isolate for 14 days regardless of vaccination status. Given that there are still hundreds of cases circulating in the community, the last thing we want is for this event to create a transmission risk and force students into quarantine, subsequently missing their HSC exams.
• Any large gathering event will likely require strict rules in vaccination status and masking. This, along with the uncertainty of the government constantly changing rules at short notice, makes it challenging and risky for any venue to host and enforce the rules.

Of course, we recognise that actual supervised exam conditions cannot be perfectly enforced with this format. The timed nature of the exam and the application-centric nature of the questions will help mitigate some of this. However, we strongly advise that you sit this in as close to exam conditions as possible at home, to get the maximum benefit for your HSC studies. If you are going to be cheating yourself to stroke your ego and get a false sense of security, then note that it is to your own detriment when it comes to the preparing for the real HSC exam (given this is a practice exam and doesn’t actually count to any official assessment marks).

An outline of how this will work:
  1. Students who register will be invited into a restricted forum on this website specifically set up for the BoS trials. The forum to submit responses will function in a similar way to Contact Moderators, in that it is private for the individual student but viewable by markers. More specific instructions will be provided to the participants closer to the exam day.
  2. The exam paper will be released to participants at a certain time (see below). They will be given a time limit to complete the paper and attach photos/scans of their responses as a series of PDF files into a thread. A 20 minute leeway will be given to allow time for upload.
  3. When time is up, all submission threads will be locked and the submission will be taken as final for marking. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Time of exams
The times are indicative of 10 minutes reading time, 3 hours writing time (2 hours for Maths Ext1) and 20 minutes upload time. Please make sure you are online on Bored of Studies at least 10 minutes prior to the designated start time.





Target audience
It is highly recommended that students attempting the papers are around (or at least aiming for) the band 6 or band E4 range. The exams will very thoroughly examine your understanding of different topics, but more importantly your ability to apply this to solving problems under exam conditions.

What you need
• A Bored of Studies account - if you are not yet a member (or would like to sign up some friends) you can sign up for free by clicking on the ‘Register’ button on the top right corner of the page
• An appropriate physical environment to do the exam, ideally a quiet room with minimal disturbance on the exam day
• Your own blank writing paper
• A phone or scanner to take photos/scans of responses
• A working computer/laptop with stable internet connection and the ability to paste photos in a Word file and convert them to a PDF
• The usual materials allowed for the HSC exams, including pen and calculator
• A printer at home is preferred (particularly for Chemistry where it is more convenient to print the paper and write/graph on the spaces in section II) but not mandatory

Cost
Given the online delivery of the exams, this will be a free event.

How to register


Note that we do have a registration cap of 40 people for each exam, so get in quick!

If you wish to invite some friends (which I encourage provided they fit the recommended target audience described above), please be advised that they must have a Bored of Studies account to participate in the exam. If you wish to register them together in one go, please make sure ALL accounts are participants in the same private message.

If you know anybody who is ‘beast’ at Mathematics and/or Chemistry, I ask that you link them to this page. We want to put the best people in the state up against each other for this exam. Consider it a challenge from us.

Once you have registered, you will receive a student number to confirm your registration. Keep this student number with you for each exam. You can use it to track your results when I put the marks online (only the student number and marks will be shown). You are only registered when I have replied with your student number.

Look forward to seeing you there (online)! :)

Past exams and solutions
For Maths, we do have past papers since 2012 to give you an idea of what to expect. Keep in the mind that whilst the new syllabus was in place since 2020, the majority of the questions in those past papers are still relevant to the current syllabus. For Chemistry, we have a past paper in 2020 which was the first year we did a BoS Trial for that course.

Feel free to use them as preparation for this year's paper or just practice in general.

Chemistry

Mathematics Advanced (2013-2015 only)

Mathematics Extension 1

Mathematics Extension 2
@Qeru get back here.
 

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Who develops and marks these exams? Is it only select moderators or some other BOS users?
It’s a few select number of people not necessarily moderators. However Jazz519 writes the chemistry paper.
 

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Who develops and marks these exams? Is it only select moderators or some other BOS users?
It’s a few select number of people not necessarily moderators. However Jazz519 writes the chemistry paper.
Yeah it is a select number of people. Moderators are often involved in it as some of us are completing or have completed a degree in that area so we are able to write a more difficult paper using that in-depth university knowledge.

I wrote and marked the 2020 Chemistry BOS Trial last year by myself with some reviewing help from Trebla.

This year however I did not write the paper due to it being my Honours thesis year for my undergrad degree. Because of that I have been very busy with working on my honours project and thesis which is being submitted within the next 2 weeks.

@CM_Tutor wrote the paper himself this year. I helped out a little bit with reviewing the paper and providing some suggestions or clarification to double check that the questions being asked were within the scope of the syllabus, but other than it is all his own work.

Next year however I will be back and possibly working with CM_Tutor to write the paper.
 

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Best of luck to everyone who will sit the BoS Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2 and/or Chemistry trial papers! There is no doubt as to the quality of those upcoming papers and I sincerely hope they substantially contribute to your preparations for the HSC exams of these subjects! :D
 

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Good luck everyone, well worth doing if you do these subjects :caffeine:
 

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Assuming that the 2021 exams are successful, I'll be happy to collaborate with @jazz519 on a chemistry paper for next year. I'll be interested (as will jazz, I anticipate) to hear feedback on the papers from 2020 and 2021, which questions were the most challenging, what was learned from doing them, etc, so we can aim to keep the papers at the extra-challenging level. :)

As @Trebla has said, these exams are meant as a challenge, but also to illustrate how the most difficult questions at the end of a paper can be tailored to different topics in the syllabus. As such, they are meant to be a useful resource for HSC preparation even outside of exam conditions. No HSC (or even trial) exam is likely to put as many difficult questions together under exam conditions and time pressure. The papers and solutions will be publicly available for those BoS participants who don't take on the challenge of trying the exams under exam conditions. The total number of candidates who can take the exams under exam conditions is limited - we can't mark hundreds of exams in a limited timeframe, after all!

I cannot speak for anyone else involved in writing BoS exams, but I hope that the chemistry exam offers a useful learning experience - pointing to areas of syllabus content that would benefit from further revision as well as areas where your understanding is strong. I suspect that the same is true for the other exams.

Writing these exams, the model answers, and marking take a considerable amount of time. I hope that there is a good response to the opportunity being provided despite the unusually late timing. Trebla has put in a lot of work to make the BoS exams possible in an online format and the investment in time that is being given to the community is substantial. Please, show us that this is a worthwhile activity and is appreciated.
 

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Sick of doing the same repetitive questions and want some good practice for the harder questions in the HSC exams?

Want to do a practice paper under simulated exam conditions in preparation for your HSC?

Know someone at school who is a gun at HSC maths and/or HSC chemistry?


It is that time of year again! This year, Bored of Studies will be holding trial exams for:

Mathematics Extension 1
Mathematics Extension 2
Chemistry

These are aimed at students seeking a challenging paper that will push their limits and test how well they really know their stuff. The exams have been designed by our team maintaining a high standard of challenging questions, whilst still remaining within the bounds of the HSC syllabus.

They will interest you, challenge you and show you different ways of thinking for certain topics (which will be very handy for the actual HSC exam!). Students who have taken these trial exams in previous years can attest to this.

Note: Students who may be worried about losing motivation (due to results) are reminded that this is NOT intended to be an accurate reflection of the difficulty of the HSC. The questions are made to be as closely styled as possible to the HSC exams (see previous papers), but this will be one of your last chances to practice a full exam as close to HSC conditions as possible.


Different BoS trial format this year
This year we will be running the BoS trial exams online. A team of markers will then mark the responses and we will post the (anonymised) results on this forum in due course, along with sample solutions. Whilst we would have loved to have had an in-person event, the decision has been made to go with an online format this year for the following reasons:
• Current NSW Health protocols are that any positive COVID-19 case must isolate for 14 days regardless of vaccination status. Given that there are still hundreds of cases circulating in the community, the last thing we want is for this event to create a transmission risk and force students into quarantine, subsequently missing their HSC exams.
• Any large gathering event will likely require strict rules in vaccination status and masking. This, along with the uncertainty of the government constantly changing rules at short notice, makes it challenging and risky for any venue to host and enforce the rules.

Of course, we recognise that actual supervised exam conditions cannot be perfectly enforced with this format. The timed nature of the exam and the application-centric nature of the questions will help mitigate some of this. However, we strongly advise that you sit this in as close to exam conditions as possible at home, to get the maximum benefit for your HSC studies. If you are going to be cheating yourself to stroke your ego and get a false sense of security, then note that it is to your own detriment when it comes to the preparing for the real HSC exam (given this is a practice exam and doesn’t actually count to any official assessment marks).

An outline of how this will work:
  1. Students who register will be invited into a restricted forum on this website specifically set up for the BoS trials. The forum to submit responses will function in a similar way to Contact Moderators, in that it is private for the individual student but viewable by markers. More specific instructions will be provided to the participants closer to the exam day.
  2. The exam paper will be released to participants at a certain time (see below). They will be given a time limit to complete the paper and attach photos/scans of their responses as a series of PDF files into a thread. A 20 minute leeway will be given to allow time for upload.
  3. When time is up, all submission threads will be locked and the submission will be taken as final for marking. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Time of exams
The times are indicative of 10 minutes reading time, 3 hours writing time (2 hours for Maths Ext1) and 20 minutes upload time. Please make sure you are online on Bored of Studies at least 10 minutes prior to the designated start time.





Target audience
It is highly recommended that students attempting the papers are around (or at least aiming for) the band 6 or band E4 range. The exams will very thoroughly examine your understanding of different topics, but more importantly your ability to apply this to solving problems under exam conditions.

What you need
• A Bored of Studies account - if you are not yet a member (or would like to sign up some friends) you can sign up for free by clicking on the ‘Register’ button on the top right corner of the page
• An appropriate physical environment to do the exam, ideally a quiet room with minimal disturbance on the exam day
• Your own blank writing paper
• A phone or scanner to take photos/scans of responses
• A working computer/laptop with stable internet connection and the ability to paste photos in a Word file and convert them to a PDF
• The usual materials allowed for the HSC exams, including pen and calculator
• A printer at home is preferred (particularly for Chemistry where it is more convenient to print the paper and write/graph on the spaces in section II) but not mandatory

Cost
Given the online delivery of the exams, this will be a free event.

How to register


Note that we do have a registration cap of 40 people for each exam, so get in quick!

If you wish to invite some friends (which I encourage provided they fit the recommended target audience described above), please be advised that they must have a Bored of Studies account to participate in the exam. If you wish to register them together in one go, please make sure ALL accounts are participants in the same private message.

If you know anybody who is ‘beast’ at Mathematics and/or Chemistry, I ask that you link them to this page. We want to put the best people in the state up against each other for this exam. Consider it a challenge from us.

Once you have registered, you will receive a student number to confirm your registration. Keep this student number with you for each exam. You can use it to track your results when I put the marks online (only the student number and marks will be shown). You are only registered when I have replied with your student number.

Look forward to seeing you there (online)! :)

Past exams and solutions
For Maths, we do have past papers since 2012 to give you an idea of what to expect. Keep in the mind that whilst the new syllabus was in place since 2020, the majority of the questions in those past papers are still relevant to the current syllabus. For Chemistry, we have a past paper in 2020 which was the first year we did a BoS Trial for that course.

Feel free to use them as preparation for this year's paper or just practice in general.

Chemistry

Mathematics Advanced (2013-2015 only)

Mathematics Extension 1

Mathematics Extension 2
Would the paper available after the exam? I don’t think I can make it for the Chemistry one.
 

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Would the paper available after the exam? I don’t think I can make it for the Chemistry one.
The papers and solutions will be publicly available for those BoS participants who don't take on the challenge of trying the exams under exam conditions. The total number of candidates who can take the exams under exam conditions is limited - we can't mark hundreds of exams in a limited timeframe, after all!
So... yes, but there will be some delay while the exams are marked.
 

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Bump!

Thanks to those who have registered so far. We're at about 70% capacity. There are still spots left!
 

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Bump!

Thanks to those who have registered so far. We're at about 70% capacity. There are still spots left!
For those people who have registered, are they allowed to download the paper and put it on the Notes And Resource section, or would we have to wait till you guys upload it with the sltns?
 

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For those people who have registered, are they allowed to download the paper and put it on the Notes And Resource section, or would we have to wait till you guys upload it with the sltns?
We will aim to upload the papers shortly after the exam day is done.

Solutions won't come until after we have completed marking. However, that doesn't stop you from asking for help on specific questions from the papers in this thread.
 

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I reckon there is like a waiting period for the marking to be done. Once that is done then we can access the papers. It is best to ask the moderators and Administrators of Bored of Studies.
 

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Thanks to everyone who has registered so far!

Just an update that Mathematics Extension 1 is now full. Anyone registering for the Mathematics Extension 1 BoS trial from now on will be placed on a reserve list.

There are only a handful of spots left for Mathematics Extension 2 and Chemistry.

If anyone is no longer able to participate in the online exams, please let me know in advance as soon as possible, so that vacancies can be opened up for other students.
 

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Both Mathematics Extension 1 and Chemistry are now full! There are only a small handful of spots left for Mathematics Extension 2.

From this point onwards, anyone registering for Mathematics Extension 1 or Chemistry will be placed on a reserve list, until a vacancy arises. If anyone is no longer able to participate in the online exams, please let me know in advance as soon as possible, so that vacancies can be opened up for other students.
 

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Thank you to everyone who has registered. We are now at capacity for all subjects. :jump:

Given the large number of students now on the reserve lists, unfortunately we can no longer take any new registrations for Mathematics Extension 1 and Chemistry. :(

However, we can take reserves for Mathematics Extension 2 as this has only just recently reached capacity.

Once again, if anyone is no longer able to participate in the online exams, please let me know in advance as soon as possible, so that vacancies can be opened up for other students.

Also, there are a small number of users who have yet to get back to me on confirming their registration for one subject but need to be in reserve for another. If that is you, can you please reply back to my message as soon as possible?

For those currently registered for the Mathematics Extension 2 exams so far, you would have received a message from me about accessing the BoS Trials forum and doing a quick test to check that the features work as expected. Can you please action the requested tests by Monday at the latest? Thanks.
 

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A few things for those who have registered:

• Once again, if anyone is no longer able to participate in the online exams, please let me know in advance as soon as possible, so that vacancies can be opened up for other students

• Those who are confirmed as registered for Mathematics Extension 2 should now be able to access the BoS Trials forum (at the bottom of the Forums page) as well as a message from me to perform some quick tests to confirm the accessibility is working. If you are a confirmed registration for Mathematics Extension 2 and currently cannot see the BoS Trials forum, please let me know asap!

• For those who are not doing Mathematics Extension 2, but are doing Mathematics Extension 1, please be advised that you will be granted permissions to the BoS Trials forum once the Mathematics Extension 2 exam has finished. Please make sure you are online well in advance of the 3pm Nov 2nd start time and keep an eye on this thread for updates.

• For those who are doing Chemistry only, you will be granted permissions to the BoS Trials forum once the Maths exams are finished. Please make sure you are online well in advance of the 2pm Nov 3rd start time and keep an eye on this thread for updates.
 

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The Maths exams are on tomorrow!

For students registered in Mathematics Extension 2
Just a reminder that if you are a confirmed registration for Mathematics Extension 2 you should already now have access to the BoS Trials forum to submit your responses. This is on the Forums page when you scroll to the bottom. Feel free to familiarise yourself with the instructions in advance of the exam time. If you are a confirmed registration for Mathematics Extension 2 and currently cannot see the BoS Trials forum, please let me know asap!

For students registered in Mathematics Extension 1

For those doing Mathematics Extension 1 (but not Mathematics Extension 2), you should be able to access the BoS Trials forum by around 1.30pm to familiarise yourself with the instructions and structure. This is on the Forums page when you scroll to the bottom. If you are unable to see the BoS Trials forum by 2pm, please let me know asap!
 
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