TCE results

Well… here are mine: (Emphasis is added to demonstrate which ones I actually counted)

The following tertiary entrance subjects have been used to determine your Tertiary Entrance Rank for 2006-

2006 Chemistry 5C (subject score =16.5)
2006 Computer Science 5C (subject score =20.2)
2006 Mathematics -Methods 5C (subject score =19.1)
2006 Audio Design 5C (subject score =15.9)
2005 English – Communications 5C (subject score = 14.5)
2005 Information Systems 5C (subject score = 20.0)
2005 Physical Sciences 5C (subject score = 18.3)

In addition the following recognised subjects have contributed towards the calculation of your score. The weight given to each result (relative to a full TCE senior secondary level 5 subject) is shown after the score value.
2006 KXT102 Programming with Data Structures 22.0 – (0.5)
2006 KXT101 Programming and Problem Solving 25.0 – (0.5)

Using the rules specified by the University of Tasmania a Tertiary Entrance Score of 101.1 has been calculated from the above information.

Your score equates to a Tertiary Entrance Rank of 95.70.
The Tertiary Entrance Rank (TER) is used by students when applying for tertiary courses throughout Australia.

Well… I’m mildly happy, as I have 5.7 percentiles more than I require for the degree that I wish to do. However, I’m quite annoyed with my result for Audio Design. Now I get to wait until tomorrow night to see how badly I went in the exams. Yay!

5 thoughts on “TCE results

  1. Well done! Are us yr 11′s able to find out what our subjects scored? I want to know what my score-in-progress is!

  2. Thanks Chris! I was wondering what the Criterion Profiles were, I thought they may be something like that…but a friend of me told me that Legal was rated 24.4, higher than last year! feels extremely glad for doing legal studies
    I really want to know what Ancient Civs is…oh, the anticipation is torture!!!

  3. Man, I just read that year 11′s don’t get criteria profiles til January 9th. Thats so far away, and so not fair!

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