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July 12, 2020, 10:31:33 pm

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Cylo

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Re: JMSS 2021 Entry
« Reply #15 on: June 02, 2020, 08:06:04 pm »
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Hello, does anyone have any resources for the year 11 entry test? How similar are the questions compared to the year 10 ones?

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Re: JMSS 2021 Entry
« Reply #16 on: June 02, 2020, 09:07:34 pm »
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Hi Guys, I am trying for JMSS next year(2021). Is there any material or any other posts which post material to study?

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Re: JMSS 2021 Entry
« Reply #17 on: June 04, 2020, 10:04:30 pm »
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Hi Guys, I am trying for JMSS next year(2021). Is there any material or any other posts which post material to study?
I would suggest the post/thread: PRACTICE MATERIAL FOR JMSS or A YEAR 9'S GUIDE TO THE JOHN MONASH SCIENCE SCHOOL TEST. However, in the second post, the guide was deleted because people were viewing it too much but you can still see other peopleís comments/posts which are still quite useful.
« Last Edit: June 04, 2020, 10:07:33 pm by sushi134 »

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Re: JMSS 2021 Entry
« Reply #18 on: June 20, 2020, 03:11:56 pm »
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Hey, the test was today how do u guys go?

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Re: JMSS 2021 Entry
« Reply #19 on: June 20, 2020, 05:21:50 pm »
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Hey, the test was today how do u guys go?

I'm new to this forum. I really wanted to know who else tried out for the year 11 entry 2021.
I think I went alright. In the science reasoning there were some questions that were really lengthy to understand.
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Re: JMSS 2021 Entry
« Reply #20 on: June 20, 2020, 07:03:07 pm »
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Hi Iím new to Atar notes and Iím trying out for jmss next year(lol I screwed up the shs test two weeks ago); and Iím just wondering about jmss. So hopefully somebody can answer these :)

1. Can you still do well in vce humanity subjects if u go to jmss?
 -Iím really passionate about science and math but I still wish to do one or two commence subject in vce (since I want to do that in uni); so if I get into jmss, is there still a chance for me to get a 42+ in subject like economics? (I mean Iím totally fine without doing that though)

2. Can tuition help you with the entrance test?
 -Lol I didnít go to tuition for shs test and I screwed up on the actually exam-I studied hard for 3 months especially I studied 6 hours a day for the last month. But anyways, did the tuition help if you have the basic knowledge and needs a lot of practice questions? Btw, which tuition did u guys suggests the most for the jmss test(e.g. James an, Hendersons, QS...)

 Sorry for my terrible grammar and the things I say probably wouldnít make a lot of sense:(

But thanks for reading :) and please donít sink this forum

You're either already at JMSS or didn't get in but just in case others want to know - JMSS requires you to do a hums subject in Year 11, you can accelerate into 3/4 straight away or do 1/2 and drop it in Year 12 or continue. I know some friends who want to do economics, commerce etc and they're at JMSS. In Year 10 you have to do Issues Studies which is pretty much hums but mainly geo in my opinion. It's a really nice subject, I love it (minus the group work) and you learn a lot of transferrable skills, I got high marks, so yes you can still do well in hums.

I didn't go to tutoring, but I did get some interview help from my NHS friend and an ex-jmss teacher who works at my old school, still got in. TBF getting in without tutoring lead to more pride because i know that i am smart enough myself
ďOur life is a constant journey, from birth to death. The landscape changes, the people change, our needs change, but the train keeps moving. Life is the train, not the station.Ē

― Paulo Coelho


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Re: JMSS 2021 Entry
« Reply #21 on: June 21, 2020, 10:45:55 am »
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Hey, do u know when we get our marks back?

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Re: JMSS 2021 Entry
« Reply #22 on: June 21, 2020, 08:50:09 pm »
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Hey, do u know when we get our marks back?

Does it say on the pdf on the school website? I got my interview email in late July and my offer on Sep 9th, but this was last year when COVID didn't mess up dates
ďOur life is a constant journey, from birth to death. The landscape changes, the people change, our needs change, but the train keeps moving. Life is the train, not the station.Ē

― Paulo Coelho


Train nerd, Venturer Scout, and JMSS hoomun

ig: @sfaunncgha

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Re: JMSS 2021 Entry
« Reply #23 on: June 26, 2020, 06:08:00 pm »
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Does it say on the pdf on the school website? I got my interview email in late July and my offer on Sep 9th, but this was last year when COVID didn't mess up dates
Wait did you get year 11 offer last year?