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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3210 on: November 04, 2021, 10:53:43 pm »
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What do you think a cutoff for a 47 raw and a 50 raw in Methods would be? I personally thought the two exams were a touch on the easy side, although Exam 1 had an interesting last question.

P.s. Anyone actually know how SACs scale in a strong school?
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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3211 on: November 05, 2021, 12:09:31 am »
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Did way worse than I was hoping..

Methods

Top of the cohort in SACs (97%), average cohort I think
Exam 1 ~33/40
Exam 2 ~74/80

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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3212 on: November 05, 2021, 12:11:54 am »
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What do you think a cutoff for a 47 raw and a 50 raw in Methods would be? I personally thought the two exams were a touch on the easy side, although Exam 1 had an interesting last question.

P.s. Anyone actually know how SACs scale in a strong school?

If SACs are difficult in a strong school but the school gets a great average in the exam/s you can expect the SAC results will reflect how well your school did in the exam.

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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3213 on: November 05, 2021, 08:51:34 am »
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Hey guys, can someone predict my methods score and whether I can get around 33? Kinda bombed it :(

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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3214 on: November 05, 2021, 09:32:38 am »
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Hey guys, can someone predict my methods score and whether I can get around 33? Kinda bombed it :(

Sacs: 89% average at strong selective school
Exam 1: 24/40 at worst
Exam 2: 53/80 at worst

Using 2020 for the estimation, I'd say ~34. This doesn't take into account SACs as the % really doesn't matter. Your ranking in the school is what decides how much SACs contribute and as such I can't factor it into a score but I can say if you ranked high in a smart school that will help your score. Also predictions by your teacher may/may not help.

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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3215 on: November 05, 2021, 08:49:24 pm »
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Hi,
Can someone please help predict my further maths study score?
SACs: Rank 1 in an average cohort. Averaged 97% across all my SACs.
Exam 1: 37/40
Exam 2: 55/60

Thanks!

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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3216 on: November 13, 2021, 02:21:29 pm »
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alright can someone pls predict my scores:

spesh:
- High rank (1 or 2) in fairly strong school I think. Averaged 95%+ all year.
- Exam 1: bottled it and got 33/40
- Exam 2: 64/80 what the hell was that exam

Physics:
- top 2 in cohort fairly strong, 95%+ average
- exam: 125/130 approximately

Chem:
- top 5 in cohort, 90%+ average
- exam: 115/120 approximately.

English:
- top 5-10 big cohort.
- Exam : 90%

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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3217 on: November 13, 2021, 08:53:25 pm »
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Just curious, if I got a C and C+ on my only two Methods SAC's (come from a top boys Grammar school with strong cohort), and i reckon I was in the bottom 1/3 of the cohort in ranking, and I feel that I probably got the same for my exam (Exam 1 was better than Exam 2 for me, but probably a miserable score for Exam 2), so if it is a C for example, what SS would I likely get?  SAC's are generally moderated upwards at our school, but in my case what would be the likely scenario.  If I performed worse in my exam, would my SAC mark go down or would it go up bc most of the cohort will and they will no doubt perform well in the exams.

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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3218 on: June 30, 2022, 10:32:15 pm »
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Hi guys
I just had a question, idk what rank I am or anything

But what range for the SS could I kinda be looking at for psychology

SAC 1- 92
SAC 2 - 96

that's all I know, idk how scaling works much either   :-\

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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3219 on: July 01, 2022, 05:13:21 pm »
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Hi guys
I just had a question, idk what rank I am or anything

But what range for the SS could I kinda be looking at for psychology

SAC 1- 92
SAC 2 - 96

that's all I know, idk how scaling works much either   :-\
no one can predict study scores based off sac scores alone you would need to have an estimate on how you will go on the exam as well

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Re: Study Score Prediction Question Thread
« Reply #3220 on: July 03, 2022, 02:40:43 am »
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no one can predict study scores based off sac scores alone you would need to have an estimate on how you will go on the exam as well

Hello! :)
Would doing a bunch of practise exams help on having an estimate?
I'm so sorry for asking stupid questions