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uquorexor

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How did y'all find the exam?
« on: November 14, 2019, 07:12:49 pm »
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It was really similar to past exams, which was good (considering that there won't many practice exams available!). I did section C first, barely finished section B in time.
As someone who ain't that smart, I still found it quite easy (compared to other unit 34 exams I hear other people talking about, *cough chemistry)
hoping to get 90+ atar :)

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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2019, 12:05:38 am »
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If you found that you could do all the questions, then that's a good sign! Any questions which were new? (not in past exams)?
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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2019, 09:04:59 am »
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the only question i had trouble with was the GANTT chart due to not being able to find the included info which i assumed was in the case study which i read multiple times with no luck. after exam finished others said it was on the actual GANTT chart so that sucks but i think i did alright as i did educated guesses on it. other than that it was similar to past exams
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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2019, 12:55:39 pm »
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the only question i had trouble with was the GANTT chart due to not being able to find the included info which i assumed was in the case study which i read multiple times with no luck. after exam finished others said it was on the actual GANTT chart so that sucks but i think i did alright as i did educated guesses on it. other than that it was similar to past exams

Hey (:

Yeah I actually took too much time trying to find the new tasks 😂, but then I found out that all you had to do was colour in the blank boxes next to the tasks already listed, well that's what I hope is right, with VCAA you never know 😂
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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #4 on: November 17, 2019, 02:21:42 pm »
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Was pretty easy, finished with 30 minutes to go. Hopefully I didn't mess up many questions!
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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #5 on: December 10, 2019, 10:05:01 am »
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Hey (:

Yeah I actually took too much time trying to find the new tasks 😂, but then I found out that all you had to do was colour in the blank boxes next to the tasks already listed, well that's what I hope is right, with VCAA you never know 😂

Pretty late response, but I also found that kind of strange that they would just make it a fill in the blanks.

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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #6 on: December 10, 2019, 10:49:39 am »
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Pretty late response, but I also found that kind of strange that they would just make it a fill in the blanks.
Yeah, and it is so simple so you second guess yourself and waste even more time 😂 How did you find the exam as a whole?
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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #7 on: December 10, 2019, 10:30:54 pm »
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Yeah, and it is so simple so you second guess yourself and waste even more time 😂 How did you find the exam as a whole?

To be honest, it was probably one of the easiest Computing exams from the past years imo. During the practices there would always be one question where I just made up random stuff and hoped for the best but I didn't find that on this exam. The question on interpreting the stats was something I never really saw before on a practice exam but still nothing difficult as the trend was fairly obvious. The question on which design is more secure had me panicking for a bit until I saw one of the designs had a sign in button. One of the first couple questions on the types of checks I also felt was a bit to simple and would've been better suited for the multiple choice. The question on the variable for finance was also interesting since I don't think the assessors really considered how rounding regarding finance works however I felt as if they were fishing for floating point as the answer (but still a really poor question).

So yeah, felt pretty good after it. Hopefully we can achieve that over 40  ;D




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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #8 on: December 11, 2019, 09:12:54 am »
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To be honest, it was probably one of the easiest Computing exams from the past years imo. During the practices there would always be one question where I just made up random stuff and hoped for the best but I didn't find that on this exam. The question on interpreting the stats was something I never really saw before on a practice exam but still nothing difficult as the trend was fairly obvious. The question on which design is more secure had me panicking for a bit until I saw one of the designs had a sign in button. One of the first couple questions on the types of checks I also felt was a bit to simple and would've been better suited for the multiple choice. The question on the variable for finance was also interesting since I don't think the assessors really considered how rounding regarding finance works however I felt as if they were fishing for floating point as the answer (but still a really poor question).

So yeah, felt pretty good after it. Hopefully we can achieve that over 40  ;D

That's really good! All my friends felt the same way. I just finished on time which was good.

Yes, I hope we will get over 40 too😊👍

Btw, what did you do for the SAT? What app did you create?
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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #9 on: December 11, 2019, 09:18:54 am »
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That's really good! All my friends felt the same way. I just finished on time which was good.

Yes, I hope we will get over 40 too😊👍

Btw, what did you do for the SAT? What app did you create?

An application that creates tax invoices based on user selection and has unique templates based on the user who is signed in; also featured GST related features. Nothing to complicated but I felt like it fit the requirements well. What about you?

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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #10 on: December 11, 2019, 09:21:58 am »
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An application that creates tax invoices based on user selection and has unique templates based on the user who is signed in; also featured GST related features. Nothing to complicated but I felt like it fit the requirements well. What about you?

That sounds very functional. Lol, I created an app, where it is like a digital pet, but it's a little ghost. You can dress up the ghost and save your outfit decisions which can be loaded when you open the app again. When you press on the ghost he randomly says a nice quote to you. 👍
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Re: How did y'all find the exam?
« Reply #11 on: December 12, 2019, 02:43:58 pm »
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That sounds very functional. Lol, I created an app, where it is like a digital pet, but it's a little ghost. You can dress up the ghost and save your outfit decisions which can be loaded when you open the app again. When you press on the ghost he randomly says a nice quote to you. 👍

whatd you do for your client for that?

yee
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