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Legal Studies 3/4 Study Score 2020
« on: October 27, 2020, 10:47:10 pm »
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This is for all the experts and lawyers out there!

I recently finished all coursework for Legal Studies, and have my scaled/reported SAC scores which will be given to VCAA. I received 99/100 in Unit 3 and 78/80 in Unit 4, of which both units notably scaled to 100/100. I was wondering, with these scores, and being ranked 1 in a cohort of 51 boys, what kind of study score can I expect (say, I got low 90s on the exam factoring in stress and time constraints)?

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Re: Legal Studies 3/4 Study Score 2020
« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2020, 11:49:56 am »
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This is for all the experts and lawyers out there!

I recently finished all coursework for Legal Studies, and have my scaled/reported SAC scores which will be given to VCAA. I received 99/100 in Unit 3 and 78/80 in Unit 4, of which both units notably scaled to 100/100. I was wondering, with these scores, and being ranked 1 in a cohort of 51 boys, what kind of study score can I expect (say, I got low 90s on the exam factoring in stress and time constraints)?

Thanks  :)
Congratulations on amazing SAC scores, you should be very proud of your achievement!
Rank 1 puts you in a very good place, in the 2019 exam an A+ was ~78% but due to COVID we don't know how well the cohort will perform to the adapted exam
Assuming a similar pattern to last year, an exam score of 90% is outstanding and you could get you an SS around the 44-48 range
You're in a good position, keep on studying hard and doing practice exams and I am sure as long as you get a solid A+, a 40+ is within your reach.
I would assume a mid 80s -low 90s would be needed for a 45+ but just use this as a guide :)
I am sure a better expert will be able to give you better insights :D
« Last Edit: October 28, 2020, 11:53:21 am by tiredandstressed »
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Re: Legal Studies 3/4 Study Score 2020
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2020, 05:16:44 pm »
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I am sure you can achieve a 50 at this rate mate. You probably should be aiming for a premier's in my opinion since your SAC scores seem top notch. Obviously, you are complementing it with your exam scores so yeah :D
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