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I am currently averaging:
B+-A- in English
A+ in Studio Arts
A to A+ in Physical Education
B in Further Maths
C+ to B- in Biology
And I got a 42 study score in health last year.
Achievable?


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Grades don't mean too much unfortunately. Your SAC score gets adjusted depending on the performance of your cohort (in short, in long, you get the Nth highest exam score, where N is how high your SAC scores rank in your cohort - this generally means that a "C" in a school like Melbourne High will mean a lot more than a "C" in a school like Brunswick Secondary)

But if you keep up on 42 (I'm assuming scaled) for all your subjects you will get to an aggregate of 176.4 you will get a high 95 ENTER... (see http://www.vtac.edu.au/pdf/aggregate-ATAR.pdf - which changes slightly from year to year)

A 90 requires an aggregate of 160+ so you could scale down by around 4 every subject (e.g. achieve 38 scaled avg.) and you would still be sweet.


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