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sophie41663

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Atar score?
« on: May 12, 2019, 06:30:05 pm »
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I'm currently in Year 11 so obviously my marks dont go towards anything yet but given my marks currently how much do I need to improve in each to be able to achieve a 75/80 atar yikes. I'm willing to put in the work to improve in all my subjects particularly religion as im currently failing.

Economics - Averaging 60's.
Biology - Averaging high 50's/60's.
Maths Applications - Averaging high 50's.
Religion and Life - Averaging 40's/Low 50's.
Enlgish - Averaging Low 50's.

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Re: Atar score?
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2019, 11:11:57 pm »
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I'm currently in Year 11 so obviously my marks dont go towards anything yet but given my marks currently how much do I need to improve in each to be able to achieve a 75/80 atar yikes. I'm willing to put in the work to improve in all my subjects particularly religion as im currently failing.

Economics - Averaging 60's.
Biology - Averaging high 50's/60's.
Maths Applications - Averaging high 50's.
Religion and Life - Averaging 40's/Low 50's.
Enlgish - Averaging Low 50's.
No one will be able to correlate test percentages straight into an ATAR (especially at a year 11 level).

The most important thing for you now is definitely knowing that those scores aren't static and that you can improve in the future. Also getting a good foundation from year 11 for year 12 next year.