Time to get ready for Year 12 Mathematical Methods.
So what do you have to do to be ready? Well that is an easier answer than you might expect – some of you have already have done it
What is this most important thing?
It is your bound reference – your key to achievement in Methods this year.
You already have a bound reference from Year 11 – what you must be doing at this point is reviewing and completing all your notes from 2010.
This means that you must have a organisation system, so when you wish to find a particular piece of information, you can turn to it directly and not have to search for it. If you do not have an organised bound reference, you must have one ready by the start of the second week.
Regulations on what a bound reference may contain and what rules apply are available at the VCAA website, here.
The best reason to make sure your bound reference is up to date is so you don’t have to do this: