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What happens if you fail English?

What happens if you fail English? First of all, don’t panic. There are many ways to get into universities if you do not achieve English competence. English competence is one of the requirements for...

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SOSE Study Tips

Perhaps the most important study tip is names, dates, facts and stats. These, along with quotes, should be the focus of your revision. After you have revised the main topics, research facts, stats and...

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Science Study Tips

The best tip for revision in science is to understand the relationships behind each concept rather than just memorising the concept. This allows you to build a better knowledge of the idea, and helps...

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Maths Study Tips

The best way to study maths, unfortunately, is practising. This will help ingrain the formulae and processes, but can sometimes be boring. My advice is to use diagrams and bright colours to make it...

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How to Answer Questions 2

In recognition of my P+L teacher, most of the examples are taken from the Politics and Law course. To go back to part 1, click here. SOSE/Science (Short Answer) • Be short and straight...

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How to Answer Questions 1

My Politics and Law teacher always said that The most important thing in Year 11 is not the content, but that you learn how to answer the question. So I thought I would share...

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Your ATAR

ATAR: What is it? ATAR stands for Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank. It’s a score between Your ATAR is calculated using your TEA, Tertiary Entrance Aggregate (see below). For example, if you achieved an ATAR...

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What happens to your marks

Marks Adjustment Process: What happens to your marks? How your TEA is calculated: Your WACE course score is 50% of your WACE exam score plus 50% of your school mark. Your WACE exam mark...

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Subject Tips

Everyone knows that each subject is different, with its own content and quirks. Chemistry, for example, differs greatly from Modern History, and both of them are vastly different to Materials, Design and Tech. So...

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