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It’s never too early to get ready for your final assessment. In fact, it’s important that you learn to develop your examination technique, including answering questions effectively, eradicating careless errors, and using the correct terminology. We’ve got WACE Maths past papers from 2016 onwards to help you develop your exam technique. Depending on when the syllabus was last updated, not all past exam papers will reflect the requirements of the most up to date syllabus.
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The table usually shows each question and the criteria with each mark or mark range. Marking guides also contain sample answers.
3 Tips to Help you Prepare for Your WACE Maths Exam
- Do the work in class. Needless to say, working and reworking class problems is invaluable preparation for your exam. If you don’t understand something do not give up until you know how to do it. Ask your teacher, classmates and tutor to help you.
- Keep a list of important things to remember. As you cover topics in class, keep a quick reference list of important things to remember. When you come to revising later on you’ll have a quick way of reminding yourself about important information you need to remember.
- Do lots of exam-type questions. Complete past papers under exam conditions. Keep a one-page summary of things to remember that are important. It’s good if you write down “Remember to do this” and “Don’t do this”. This will make for a super easy, quick revision reference for you to consult before your actual WACE Maths exams
3 Tips to Help you Ace Your WACE Maths Exam
- Specialist Maths. Be familiar with key exact trigonometric values. Remember to write a clear conclusion to each question. Improve the legibility of digits so there’s no confusion for markers.
- Maths Methods. Communicate your solutions, with an explanation, rather than just calculations. Questions that ask for interpretation or explanation need to be answered in sufficient detail. Understanding what a calculation means is just as important as the calculation itself. Take care to identify key points and ensure scales are included when sketching graphs.
- Maths Applications. Pay attention to the scales on the axes of graphs. Show working even if the question is worth only two marks. Provide the correct units when required. Use brackets when squaring negative numbers on the calculator.
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