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Subject: Sociology - Final Sample Exam Paper and Guidelines

From: michelle.harvey@tqa.tas.gov.au

Date: May 1, 2006

Attention: TQA Co-ordinator and All Teachers of Sociology - Senior Secondary 5C


The Folio Guidelines for this year are now available. They can be obtained from the TQA internet site or downloaded directly from this message.

Sample Examination Paper

The Office of the Authority would like to thank all teachers who submitted comments in relation to the DRAFT sample examination paper for 2006.

The changes have now been confirmed for the FINAL Sample Examination Paper for 2006. A hard copy of the Sample Examination Paper will be distributed to all schools and colleges within the next fortnight.

As requested by teachers this Sample Paper will not be placed on the TQA website until the beginning of 3rd term, as it is expected that it will be trialled during the mid-term examinations later in the year.

Teachers who require a Microsoft Word version of these documents should email Lynette Norman (Assessment Officer) at the TQA on:


Michelle Harvey Senior Assessment Co-ordinator Tasmanian Qualifications Authority
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