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September 25, 2021, 07:47:07 am

Author Topic: Biology Exams vs SACs  (Read 396 times)

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nadzzy

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Biology Exams vs SACs
« on: September 14, 2021, 12:43:09 am »
hey guys!

so exams are coming up soon and i hope everyone is taking care of themselves and studying well.

i had a question on the difficulty of the biology exam vs sacs. at my school the sacs are downright difficult and VERY specific and more on the analytical side. so i was wondering if the exam is far better in terms of it being more general and if it is easier to do better in it.

iíd appreciate any replies i get!

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Re: Biology Exams vs SACs
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2021, 09:21:17 am »
hey guys!

so exams are coming up soon and i hope everyone is taking care of themselves and studying well.

i had a question on the difficulty of the biology exam vs sacs. at my school the sacs are downright difficult and VERY specific and more on the analytical side. so i was wondering if the exam is far better in terms of it being more general and if it is easier to do better in it.

iíd appreciate any replies i get!
Hey!

Your SACs probably are on the harder side relative to VCAA exams. Perhaps when you're ready, try out some VCAA practice exams / questions and see how you find it? :)

nadzzy

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Re: Biology Exams vs SACs
« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2021, 12:34:46 am »
Hey!

Your SACs probably are on the harder side relative to VCAA exams. Perhaps when you're ready, try out some VCAA practice exams / questions and see how you find it? :)

thank you so much for replying! yes, iím going to try out the practice exams starting these holidays and iíll see. iíve briefly skimmed over one today and it did seem a lot more general to me :)