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July 30, 2021, 04:38:58 am

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amyzzwq

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Can I still get a 90+ atar?
« on: June 24, 2021, 05:19:30 pm »
Unit 3 results
Aiming for a 90+ atar

English
text analysis: 72/100   
creative response: 77/100  (both above average)
analysing argument: havent get back yet
*scored above average for all english sacs

Chinese second language
speaking: 16/20
essay: 10/15 (scored right at the average)
2nd essay: havent get back yet

Methods
72/100 (cohort mean is 67)

Chemistry
sac 1: 68/100
sac 2: 77/100  (both above average)

Specialist:
69/100 (did terrible average is 79)

Relying heavily on spec scaling and aiming for at least a study score of 30 but I dont know if its still possible for me
Can I still get a 90+ atar from now on?
What can I do to guarantee it

ijen

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Re: Can I still get a 90+ atar?
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2021, 05:23:35 pm »
Hi, great job I think you are doing well so far. I think it's best to stay confident. Don't dwell on scores you aren't proud of, especially since you don't know how difficult your sacs are compared to other schools ect. For maths subjects, remember the mistakes you made for future tests. It is definitely possible to still get in the 90s. Just do your best, and try asking your teachers for extra help and more work you can do. You can also use an 'atar calculator' if you want to see an estimation of your atar.

Hope this helps.

amyzzwq

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Re: Can I still get a 90+ atar?
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2021, 05:45:37 pm »
Hi, great job I think you are doing well so far. I think it's best to stay confident. Don't dwell on scores you aren't proud of, especially since you don't know how difficult your sacs are compared to other schools ect. For maths subjects, remember the mistakes you made for future tests. It is definitely possible to still get in the 90s. Just do your best, and try asking your teachers for extra help and more work you can do. You can also use an 'atar calculator' if you want to see an estimation of your atar.

Hope this helps.

Thank you for your encouragement. I'm really doubtful about using atar calculators because of their accuracy. It would really keep my hopes really high and I would be too disappointed in myself at the end of the year.