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Voting closed: November 12, 2007, 03:22:13 pm

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Probably 45Man I am so pissed I put probability of p=3.414. #$#^$%$^%#$(Pr always <1).

Very skewed

separately. for each result, VCAA calculates your standardized score.i.e. just say you scored 22/40 for exam 1, and the median was like 21, your z-score (standardized score) will be just above zero. (we learnt this in methods). just assume your z score for exam 1 was 0.0112845and then with the z-score they multiple it with the % it is worthso 0.0132845 X 22%(called weighting X standardised score)They do that for all the components of the study score.Add it up altogether to give your weighted total.and just say you end up with something like 1.051251... is equivalent to a 36 study score. get me?

Thanks mateNow I get it. (Btw, do you know what sort of standardised score you would need to get to get a 45-50?)