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#### para_llelepiped

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##### Scores for 35+/40+/45+ in specialist?
« on: July 31, 2021, 12:14:13 pm »
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Hey! Just wondering if anyone knows what scores I should aim to get in exams 1&2 in order to get 35/40/45? Sorry if this has been asked too frequently - all I can find online are score predictions from a few years ago and I'm not sure if things have changed in recent years.

#### schoolstudent115

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##### Re: Scores for 35+/40+/45+ in specialist?
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2021, 12:45:07 pm »
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Hey! Just wondering if anyone knows what scores I should aim to get in exams 1&2 in order to get 35/40/45? Sorry if this has been asked too frequently - all I can find online are score predictions from a few years ago and I'm not sure if things have changed in recent years.
This website has it all: https://twmpublications.com/statistics
(Raw scores:)
35: E1: 77%, E2: 77%
40: E1: 87%, E2: 89%
45: E1: 94%, E2: 95%
Note: I looked at their methodology for this, and what they essentially do is get the A, A+ etc data from the grade distribution then interpolate the data. Hence, at the extremes this is likely inaccurate (as an A+ is ~40) so anything above that is 'unbounded' so to speak.
« Last Edit: July 31, 2021, 12:47:09 pm by schoolstudent115 »
2021: ATAR: 99.95
2022-2024: University of Melbourne, BSci (Major in Mathematics and Statistics)

#### para_llelepiped

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##### Re: Scores for 35+/40+/45+ in specialist?
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2021, 04:39:53 pm »
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This website has it all: https://twmpublications.com/statistics
(Raw scores:)
35: E1: 77%, E2: 77%
40: E1: 87%, E2: 89%
45: E1: 94%, E2: 95%
Note: I looked at their methodology for this, and what they essentially do is get the A, A+ etc data from the grade distribution then interpolate the data. Hence, at the extremes this is likely inaccurate (as an A+ is ~40) so anything above that is 'unbounded' so to speak.

Thank you for the info!