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Jordan Cardinale

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Legal Studies Study Score
« on: August 04, 2018, 07:32:54 pm »
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Hello,

I have been averaging around 65-70% in all of my school based SAC'S for legal studies, was wondering if it is still possible for me to achieve around a 35 study score?

Thanks, Jordan

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Re: Legal Studies Study Score
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2018, 07:50:33 pm »
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Hello,

I have been averaging around 65-70% in all of my school based SAC'S for legal studies, was wondering if it is still possible for me to achieve around a 35 study score?

Thanks, Jordan
Hi Jordan,
I've got some good news for you - a 35 is absolutely an achievable goal. SACs make up 50% of your overall mark, so if you continue to achieve above a 65%, you should make it to about a 30 if you do equally on the exam. However, if you work hard and make up marks on the final exam, this can be extremely influential on your scores and will easily bring your study score up.
You just have to work hard, memorise lots and keep practising. :)

edit: just make sure you're realistic with yourself. It'll be hard work, and that means you need to practice discipline. At the end of the day, just do the best you can.
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