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Is it possible to score 33 for VCE Physics and Methods with a 60% average?


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I would say yes.

It's my understanding that a 60% average usually corresponds to approximately a raw study score of about 30 or so.

VCE Physics and VCE Mathematical Methods (CAS) have both been known to traditionally scale up a few points beyond their raw study scores.

From the VCAA website:

A study score shows how well you have performed in a study at Unit 3 and 4 level, compared to everybody else in Victoria who took that study. Study scores calculated by the VCAA will be used by the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) to calculate the ATAR.

The maximum study score is 50. Each year, and for every study, the mean study score is set at 30. A score of between 23 and 37 shows that you are in the middle range of students; a score of more than 38 indicates that you are in the top 15%.

For studies with large enrolments (1,000 or more):

2% of students will get a score on or above 45
9% of students will get a score on or above 40
26% of students will get a score on or above 35
53% of students will get a score on or above 30
78% of students will get a score on or above 25
93% of students will get a score on or above 20.

Source: http://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/pages/faqs/vcecurrentstudents.aspx#H3N100EE

Hope that helps.


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