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Re: Psychology Roll Call 2012
« Reply #60 on: November 12, 2012, 05:53:27 pm »
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I started off wanting 40, then 45, now after my disappointing mid-year I'm using emotion-focused coping and thinking very wishfully that I'll get a 43
I got 76/90 on the mid-year, am guessing that I got 82-84/90 on the end of year, and my SAC marks are 189/200, so close to the top in a very strong cohort (Mac.Rob) so they might be scaled up. Is there still hope for me?  :(
2012: Psychology (48) | Health and Human Development (47)
2013: Literature (38+) | French (25+) | English (45+) | Environmental Science (38+)
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Re: Psychology Roll Call 2012
« Reply #61 on: November 12, 2012, 06:50:40 pm »
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I started off wanting 40, then 45, now after my disappointing mid-year I'm using emotion-focused coping and thinking very wishfully that I'll get a 43
I got 76/90 on the mid-year, am guessing that I got 82-84/90 on the end of year, and my SAC marks are 189/200, so close to the top in a very strong cohort (Mac.Rob) so they might be scaled up. Is there still hope for me?  :(

Marks like that could definitely get you a 45, taking into the account the strong cohort at Mac.Rob, so chin up!  :)
Hmm, know the feeling...I can't give my 1/2 exams in peace without thinking about my 3/4 study scores haha  :D
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Re: Psychology Roll Call 2012
« Reply #62 on: November 18, 2012, 05:43:14 pm »
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I split some of the posts and moved them to here: Psychology SS Predictions

Study score prediction type discussion goes in the Technical Score Discussions boards.