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September 24, 2021, 12:54:00 pm

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Nomsie

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Re: Its HSC baby :)
« Reply #45 on: July 28, 2021, 09:40:01 pm »
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I am one happy yr 12 students, although this is not how I envisioned my last term of schooling, I cannot complain that..

1) Trials got pushed two weeks (let's just say my study is not as effective as it should be)
2) THE PIP GOT PUSHED TWO WEEKS!!!!!! it was meant to be due a day after my birthday, so I am definitely happy (excluding the fact that I'm celebrating in lockdown :'()

I shall update in a bit, for now I need to do my mod B notes on Eliot :P


Myself and those in my cohort (which I'm sure many year 12s can relate to) are really concerned with the new information from Gladys. To send ~ 70,000 students to school, catching public transport, and teachers coming from across local gov areas is unsafe and completely ridiculous to send us back. I want to go back, but I don't want to risk my health and that of my family. It feels our HSC and exams are more important than the students, and it feels we aren't being heard. The fact they plan for trials to be the day we go back is so inconsiderate and ridiculous. We lost so much valuable education and for them to just throw trials on us is really concerning. Shoving a lot of children in a room? Putting added stress which is already a lot to handle? putting our health at risk?

I think my school (and others) should cancel trials and year 12 should stay home, because community transmission is at its highest, yet they want to send us back...

Sorry, just had to rant.
Remember, pain is temporary, but the HSC is for life
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Re: Its HSC baby :)
« Reply #46 on: August 27, 2021, 10:46:30 am »
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Have been busy with online exams and studying, but alas, MY MAJOR WORKS ARE DONE.

I submitted English ext 2 and it was so rewarding to see the culmination of months of hard work. Also, my PIP which I submitted about ~ 2 weeks ago.

It's crazy reflecting on the end of year 11 where I didn't even know if I wanted to do EE2, and now it's all done!!
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Re: Its HSC baby :)
« Reply #47 on: September 10, 2021, 03:42:07 pm »
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I don't know how I feel about the HSC... I just got back all my trial marks besides modern and some weren't as good as I hoped. A lot of it is attributed to my lack of study but I'm just starting to not care and this is just another knockdown, its so hard just studying at home during lockdown, everything changing, getting shit marks, and still be expected to be perfectly fine with it all?

I've had exams since year 8, and my trial marks for ext eng 1, cafs and math are some of the worst I've had.

I know ultimately HSC is 50% and etc but it's still hard to want to do any study.
Remember, pain is temporary, but the HSC is for life
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HSC 2021
Eng Adv, Eng Ext 1, Eng Ext 2, Society and Culture, Modern History, Math Adv, Community and Family Studies