# Page 3599 - Week 08 - Thursday, 18 August 2011

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(c) At the end of semester 1 of 2011, year 9 students studying

i. |
English in a gifted and talented or special extension level class = 251 students |

ii. |
English in Level 1 or equivalent class = 757 students |

English in Level 2 or equivalent class = 771 students | |

English in Level 3 or equivalent class = 141 students | |

iii. |
mathematics in a gifted and talented or special extension level class = 228 |

iv. |
mathematics in Level 1 or equivalent class = 867 students |

mathematics in Level 2 or equivalent class = 870 students | |

mathematics in Level 3 or equivalent class = 225 students |

(d) At the end of semester 1 of 2011, year 10 students studying

i. |
English in a gifted and talented or special extension level class = 256 students |

ii. |
English in Level 1 or equivalent class = 727 students |

English in Level 2 or equivalent class = 835 students | |

English in Level 3 or equivalent class = 157 students | |

iii. |
mathematics in a gifted and talented or special extension level class = 215 |

iv. |
mathematics in Level 1 or equivalent class = 809 students |

mathematics in Level 2 or equivalent class = 908 students | |

mathematics in Level 3 or equivalent class = 238 students. |

2) (a) At the end of semester 1 of 2011, year 11 students studying

i. |
tertiary English = 2003 students |

ii. |
non-tertiary English = 703 students |

iii. |
tertiary mathematics at the level of Specialist Mathematics = 588 students |

tertiary mathematics at the level of Mathematical Methods = 702 students | |

tertiary mathematics at the level of Mathematical Applications = 788 students | |

iv. |
non-tertiary mathematics = 661 students |

(b) At the end of semester 1 of 2011, year 12 students studying

i. |
tertiary English = 1737 students |

ii. |
non-tertiary English = 533 students |

iii. |
tertiary mathematics at the level of Specialist Mathematics = 402 students |

tertiary mathematics at the level of Mathematical Methods = 474 students | |

tertiary mathematics at the level of Mathematical Applications = 593 students | |

v. |
non-tertiary mathematics = 543 students. |

The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) Vocational College does not have separate year 11 and 12 classes. This is because the majority of students are older than school age and are completing their required number of units to achieve their ACT Year 12 Certificate. Hence the totals for each subject is provided.

i) |
tertiary English = 130 |

ii) |
non-tertiary English = 70 |

iii) |
tertiary mathematics at the level of Specialist Mathematics = * |

tertiary mathematics at the level of Mathematical Methods = 34 | |

tertiary mathematics at the level of Mathematical Applications = 79 | |

iv) |
non-tertiary mathematics = 70 |

* not offered at CIT.

The CIT figures provided are to the end Semester 1 2011.

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