Second week of 2020 HSC written exams

Good luck: The selective Sydney Technical High School at Bexley uses signage to wish its year 12 students luck with the HSC. Picture: John Veage
Good luck: The selective Sydney Technical High School at Bexley uses signage to wish its year 12 students luck with the HSC. Picture: John Veage

The HSC has moved into its second week, with students embarking on their Mathematics exams today.

Advanced, Standard 1 and Standard 2 Mathematics exams were to start at 9.20am, with the Advanced exam scheduled to take more than three hours.

Mathematics Advanced 2 students will be back at it again this afternoon, with another three-hour exam scheduled.

A Mathematics Extension 1 exam will take place on Friday afternoon.

Tomorrow will see Legal Studies and Classical Hebrew Extension in the morning, followed by Latin Continuers, Visual Arts, Arabic Extension, Indonesian Extension and Indonesian and Literature in the afternoon.

Wednesday morning sees Biology students sit their final exam, while the afternoon exams include Agriculture, Classical Greek Continuers, Japanese Beginners and Modern Greek Beginners.

Thursday morning exams include Information and Digital Technology, and Modern History. The afternoon is set aside for Financial Services, Society and Culture, Chinese and Indonesian Beginners, French Extension and Modern Hebrew Continuers.

The first HSC written exams took place last Tuesday, after the start date was moved back one week due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The final two exams - Design and Technology, and Drama - will take place on Wednesday, November 11.