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What should I include in my English essays to maximise my marks?

For many students, English is perhaps the most nonsensical, illogical, and infuriating subjects because of a “lack of structure” and its “ambiguity”. Due to this mindset lots o people struggle to achieve the marks they want and i’m here to change that. Lets see what we can do in order to maximise your marks   […]

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Guide to HSC Biology Practical Investigations

The practical aspect of Biology is as important as the theoretical components. A thorough understanding of the relevant experiments and their results will provide a new depth to your learning. Although your trials and HSC are written, practical components can still be tested in various ways, thus it is very important to know these.   […]

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Staying Mentally Healthy, Maintaining Motivation and Preventing Burnout

For many, high school can be an extremely stressful period. Especially as you progress to Year 11 and 12, increased workload, more assessments and exams, pressure to do well as well as uncertainty about the future can make you feel overwhelmed, anxious and tired. Maintaining your health and wellbeing is your absolute number one priority […]

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Guide to HSC Physics Practical Investigations

The practical aspect of Physics is as important, if not more, than the theoretical components. A thorough understanding of the relevant experiments and their results will provide a new depth to your learning. Although your trials and HSC are written, practical components can still be tested, thus it is very important to know these. Practicals […]

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How To Study For HSC Physics

A lot of students are confused about how to study for HSC physics, as the strategy to learn is usually not taught at school. In this blog post we will go through the various techniques and strategies you should employ to achieve the best marks possible. Learning and Understanding Concepts Physics is a conceptually demanding […]

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Yr 12: Thinking about the Bigger Picture

Most students in yr 12 still have no idea what they want to do in uni… and can you blame them? For starters, it can be scary to choose. You don’t have much experience in the world, you aren’t 100% sure whether your interests are fleeting or long term and you aren’t ready to commit […]

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