How to fail the exam. Paul Taylor 2009. ALLOWABLE MATERIALS Programmable or non-programmable calculator Unmarked, non-electronic English dictionary Ruler, compass, coloured pencils
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Paul Taylor 2009
Programmable or non-programmable calculator
Unmarked, non-electronic English dictionary
Ruler, compass, coloured pencils
Students permitted to bring a highlighter to highlight exam paper during reading time. No writing is permitted during this time.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
This paper is worth 50% of the assessment in this subject, and students must complete questions totalling at least 120 marks.
Section A is Compulsory
There are four (4) sections in this paper:
Section A contains fifteen (15) True / False questions and is compulsory. It is worth 15 marks.
Section B contains two (2) questions and is compulsory. It is worth 30 marks.
Section B, C and D, students must choose questions totalling at least 60 marks from either or all of these sections.
WARNING: questions in Section D are very difficult!
All answers must be in your script books. More credit will be given for completed questions than for a large number of fragments. Incomplete fragments may be ignored and not marked.
What is the original name of Epic?