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Under construction for 2006

The term / year grade provided is NOT your final grade. It is merely a guide.

Approximate cut-offs

A 75%+

B 65%+

C 50% +

D 35% +

Parents :

Click here for a sample . Enter sample for the Student name and sample for Student ID Code.

Students :

To access your marks click on the blue Year level link to the left; ie Yr 12.

li'l arrowUSERNAME
Enter your name, surname first, then christian name, WITHOUT A SPACE between them. Use capitals as you would in your name.

li'l arrowStudent ID Code:
As provided. If you cannot remember, email me with id and I'll provide a new one.


How to enter your details to access your own marks:

Student Name : WatsonJohn

Password : Email me for your pw if forgotten.



All students are reminded that by providing others with your password, you are giving them access to your marks. No-one, not even you, can make any changes to these marks. However, once you have given one person your password, others may end up having access. If you don't mind, then that is fine.

Your parents of course have every right to view to your marks. I will make your password available to your parent or parents on their request if you have not already provided them with this.


Password security

You will need to provide me with your password of up to five letters / numbers. No two students from any classes may have the same password, so be original.

If you give your password away, others can view your marks.


Check your course outline for marks weightings.


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*Where resources from My Class Notes have been dowloaded for distribution or used as notes, acknowledgement would be appreciated. John Watson, January 2006