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September 17, 2021, 01:36:41 am

Author Topic: Dropping from Math Methods to General Maths  (Read 442 times)

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Kazza_007

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Dropping from Math Methods to General Maths
« on: July 14, 2021, 07:19:26 pm »
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Hi, so I've chosen methods and am currently doing Unit 2 and only just passing overall (I got a 5/15 for my unit 1 exam which was the class average). Should I drop methods after I do my unit 2 exam, my friends say I shouldn't because my ATAR will drop a lot, also most of my grade consists of methods/specialist kids, I don't really need Methods for my degrees other than biomedical sciences. Anyways I want to aim for an ATAR of 90+, and I think I will be able to perform really well in General Maths, do you think I can still achieve a 90 whilst in General Maths?

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Re: Dropping from Math Methods to General Maths
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2021, 08:11:39 pm »
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Hi, so I've chosen methods and am currently doing Unit 2 and only just passing overall (I got a 5/15 for my unit 1 exam which was the class average). Should I drop methods after I do my unit 2 exam, my friends say I shouldn't because my ATAR will drop a lot, also most of my grade consists of methods/specialist kids, I don't really need Methods for my degrees other than biomedical sciences. Anyways I want to aim for an ATAR of 90+, and I think I will be able to perform really well in General Maths, do you think I can still achieve a 90 whilst in General Maths?

Thanks to anyone who see's this.

Yes it is still possible to achieve an ATAR of 90 or higher while doing General Maths. Remember that you can still do a bridging course later on if you need Maths Methods for a course that you're looking at.
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