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IPT: Term 2 Exam Review

posted Jun 23, 2009, 4:29 AM by Eddie Woo
Look, it rhymes! It's that time again - to take stock of what we've done and learnt in the last few weeks, using yesterday's assessment as the main tool to work out our strengths and weaknesses. 

Think of it like an instant replay. If you have ever tried to become good at a sport before, you might play several games and think about what you did that worked well or that failed miserably. Professional sports teams take it a step further: they take movies of the games they've played, and watch them over and over again. They watch from different angles, focusing on different players, noticing the differences between the beginning, middle and end of the game. It's careful analysis that bears fruit in a superior understanding of how to play to one's own strengths and what problems in the team need to be addressed immediately.

Please use this exam - as you should use every assessment you receive in every subject - as just such an opportunity. It was written to be difficult for this very purpose - if the test had been easy, you would have very few things to learn, just like if a professional team played against a team that was vastly inferior to them. Read through the paper and my attached solutions, and engage with this assessment task. The exam might be over, but the work has just begun! If you have any questions about the paper in the next week, you can append them to this news post.

P.S. Bach, please upload these to the TAS intranet site and notify me when you've done it so I can post an announcement on the front page of Central.
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Eddie Woo,
Jun 23, 2009, 4:48 AM
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Eddie Woo,
Jun 23, 2009, 4:48 AM
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