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worldno1

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how do you number extra writing booklets in HSC math exams?
« on: October 23, 2019, 01:58:56 pm »
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when we get personalised booklets for subjects, do you count that as booklet 1? so is the first extra writing booklet that you use counted as booklet 2?

this is in preparation for maths btw

also i'm not sure if i labelled my booklets correctly for english, as i counted my personalised booklet as booklet 1 and the next extra writing booklet i used was labelled booklet 2. either way, my responses will be processed, right?

ALSO, can we get extra writing booklets in science subjects?
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Re: how do you number extra writing booklets in HSC exams?
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2019, 02:02:12 pm »
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Either:
- When your paper is collected, the exam supervisor will go through the numbering with you, OR
- You'll be given a box that says "this booklet is number ___ out of ___" somewhere in the corner.

And yes your responses will still be processed.

Back when I did the HSC I could get more booklets for science if needed. Doubt that would've changed.

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Re: how do you number extra writing booklets in HSC exams?
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2019, 02:05:25 pm »
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Either:
- When your paper is collected, the exam supervisor will go through the numbering with you, OR
- You'll be given a box that says "this booklet is number ___ out of ___" somewhere in the corner.

And yes your responses will still be processed.

Back when I did the HSC I could get more booklets for science if needed. Doubt that would've changed.

I asked two supervisors for English and they kept on telling me contradictory things on how to label...

wait so do you count the first extra writing booklet you use as booklet 2 out of 2, if you used 1 extra booklet in addition to the personalised one?

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Re: how do you number extra writing booklets in HSC math exams?
« Reply #3 on: October 23, 2019, 02:07:44 pm »
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I asked two supervisors for English and they kept on telling me contradictory things on how to label...

wait so do you count the first extra writing booklet you use as booklet 2?
Usually, there will be a head exam invigilator. Always trust the head first - if another supervisor tells you something else, you can tell the head that they said something else instead.

(That way, if there is indeed a discrepancy, the head can talk to the other supervisor if need be.)

And yes.
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Re: how do you number extra writing booklets in HSC math exams?
« Reply #4 on: October 23, 2019, 02:16:46 pm »
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Usually, there will be a head exam invigilator. Always trust the head first - if another supervisor tells you something else, you can tell the head that they said something else instead.

(That way, if there is indeed a discrepancy, the head can talk to the other supervisor if need be.)

And yes.

cool, thanks rui! :)

either way, there hopefully will be no processing issues.

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Re: how do you number extra writing booklets in HSC math exams?
« Reply #5 on: October 23, 2019, 02:19:20 pm »
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cool, thanks rui! :)

either way, there hopefully will be no processing issues.
All good :)

Should be fine. Best of luck!