#1
For VCE SACs, do they need to get more than one teacher to correct it?
Because i think I might have a teacher that doesn't like me much for one of my best subjects and i don't want to get a bad score because of that.
#2
Year 12 exams are externally marked. So your teachers can't bias results.

Year 11 exams however..
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#3
for the SAC's usually one teacher will correct it, and then a sample few are crossmarked. well i think that's how it worked.
if you believe you've received a lesser mark than what you should have, you should be able to get it double checked by another teacher.

only exams are externally marked
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#4
depends on the subject
for maths or sciences they are marked by your teacher
for languages (including english) they are usually externally marked
and not sure about history or revs and the like

but SACs arent worth much
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#5
yeah i knew they weren't externally marked.
It's international studies, which I've heard has a lot of essay writing. So it sounds like it's really subjective you know, and I've had teachers mark me down because they don't like me in the past but now it actually counts for something.
#6
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yeah i knew they weren't externally marked.
It's international studies, which I've heard has a lot of essay writing. So it sounds like it's really subjective you know, and I've had teachers mark me down because they don't like me in the past but now it actually counts for something.


i just asked a mate who did inter
his didnt get cross marked.
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#8
Your SACs will will most likely compared to your exams, (or, in some cases, your General Assessment Test), and scaled accordingly- the exams and GAT measure your performance. So, if your teacher is marking you harshly, and you do well on exams, your marks will be scaled according to your exam. This may or may not happen, however, depending on how much different they are.
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#9
so if she doesnt give me great marks for SACs but i do really well on the GAT and exam my SAC marks could go up?
#10
Yes, but GAT marks will only most likely be used if you can't sit your exams, or are affected by an illness/death in the family etc. at the point of your exams. But yes, that's correct. It's a sort of safety net that makes sure everyone is fairly treated, as everyone sits the exam.
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#11
You should be able to request that your marks be checked by another teacher within the school. If you have issues with a teacher, im sure you can see your year level co-ordinator or department head about the matter.

I went through similar problems. Changed teachers and went up a whole letter grade from C to B on the same works.
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