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August 02, 2021, 11:56:32 am

Author Topic: Is it still possible to get a 92 ATAR if I did poorly in UNIT 3?  (Read 486 times)  Share 

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Hello everyone,

So in Unit 3, I have done completely shit on my SACs. For my English and physics SACs my average has been 50%-65% and recently I sat my methods SAC and I know I have failed that SAC (I am not exaggerating, I am serious). I don't know what to do honestly, I am at a point now where I have lost all motivation and I am scared I wont be able to get the 92 ATAR. If i possibly do really well in unit 4 and the end of year exams, will I have a chance of getting that ATAR?

The thing is that I work really hard but I end up doing crap on the SACs. It is not that I am scared or nervous, I am just not sure anyone at this point. HEELPPP.


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Re: Is it still possible to get a 92 ATAR if I did poorly in UNIT 3?
« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2021, 12:58:47 pm »
Like I said to someone else on the forums recently, raw scores donít mean much unless you know your ranking and relative cohort strength. Also, unit 3 is only 16-25% of your study score depending on what subject youíre doing, so you still have 75-84% of the unit to redeem yourself as long as you learn from your mistakes in understanding or study habits. With that said, I have some methods and English resources that can hopefully help you out, and if you do bio or chem, I can help you with those in DMs because Iím doing biomed with a chem minor and I want to become a high school science teacher if I donít get into medicine.

MM: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-KB-2iPk6H2IalXZPtLBE81tF-iwbhjW
English: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1wOj05AhU0DWnmaGUQvwmDzqdh7TLpSNn
VCE 2016-2018

2017: Biology [38], Further Maths [44]

2018: Methods [37], French [38], Chem [40], English [44]

ATAR: 98.1

2019- : Bachelor of Biomedical Science at Monash (Scholars), minoring in Chemistry