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AbyssFenix

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SACs vs Exams
« on: August 23, 2019, 04:53:15 pm »
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Hey AN,

I was wondering if anyone could answer these burning questions in my mind.

1. For Legal Studies, I did poorly in my first SAC but after acclimating to the subject requirements, I was finally able to attain high scores. Will this significantly impede my study score?
               Unit 3
               1st SAC 36/50 (3 below median)
               2nd SAC 23/25 (1 above median)
               3rd SAC 23/25 (2 above median)
=82/100
               Unit 4
               1st SAC 39/40 (9 above median)
               2nd SAC 58/60 (14 above median)
=97/100

Will my first SAC prevent me from achieving a 45-50 as I have already started practise exams and am getting ~90% already. I'm now rank 8/43 in a cohort with a very strong top 5, but drops off after that. To clarify, I do go to a selective school. Can my SACs (especially U3) be marked up by my exam performance?

Thanks!
2018: Biology [:(]
2019: English [42], Mathematical Methods [30], French [35], Economics [40], Legal Studies [40]
ATAR: 96.30