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Module B breakdown

As year 12 students edge ever closer towards their trial exams, and eventually, their HSC exams, it seems fitting that we begin to break down the first aspect of your second paper, the Module A essay. As always, in order to succeed in any module in English advanced, you must possess a thorough understanding, appreciation […]

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You, Health and the HSC

I know, I know. You’re probably looking at this and thinking not another of these posts again. I had that same mindset too – after all, it IS the HSC. And I’m certainly not here to say that it’ll be easier either because trust me, it won’t be. But while there are lots of things […]

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How many subject units should I take during the HSC?

As a requirement, the HSC requires us to undertake a minimum of 10 units to be eligible for an ATAR. But the question is, should you be taking exactly 10 units or should you take a couple extra units? This is a decision that stumps many students and the “right” number of units will differ […]

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Time Management during the HSC

The HSC is a stressful time and at times it can feel as if you have no time to keep up with all the work you are expected to complete. To combat this, it is important to plan your time wisely to prevent overworking yourself and amplifying stress levels. It is important to remember that […]

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Choosing your HSC subjects 

Perhaps the most exciting thing about the HSC, although many would view the entirety of the HSc as the antithesis of exciting, is having the opportunity to have complete jurisdiction over your subjects for your 2 last years of highschool. Subject selection, for many, is a highly stressful and worrisome experience. Choosing 5-7 subjects which […]

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How To Prep For Year 12 In Year 11:

In year 11, the impending sense of the HSC can be incredibly stressful and daunting. As you experience your first taste of senior highschool and the myriad of responsibilities that come with it, navigating this period with the HSC looming, can be extremely difficult. Although t is known that year 11 results do not count […]

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Study Skills for Early High School

One of the issues that a lot of senior students face is not having the right study techniques. Today I want to talk about the importance of studying in the younger years. Yes, your Year 7 assessment marks won’t affect your ATAR or your future career options, but every year leading up to year 12 […]

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Moving Interstate for University

Moving out of home straight after high school can be a scary thing. Suddenly you’re in a new city, with new people, living in a very different environment! But although there have been challenges, moving interstate for university has been one of the best decisions I have made.    Throughout Year 12, I needed independence! […]

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