tosophiechen
May 4, 2017

2017 HSC Study Guide

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Edited: Jun 25, 2017

 

The guide is packed full of practical information, tips and advice for HSC students from NESA’s curriculum inspectors, experienced teachers and high achieving students.

You will also find useful articles, sample questions, HSC courses, videos, stress busting strategies and advice for parents.

Click here for digital access.

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  • tosophiechen
    Jul 2, 2017

    We know that sorting out how HSC subject selection works can be confusing and overwhelming. By finding out about admission requirements for the tertiary courses you're interested in and check that you meet them will definitely be helpful when it comes time for making decision on your subject selections. Click here to view the booklet that's been prepared by UAC (University Admission Centre) which explains on: ---------------------------------------------- 2017 University Open Days; Everything you need to know about HSC and ATAR; HSC subjects and courses; Institution requirements. ---------------------------------------------- An updated Year 10 Subject Selection for Stage 6 Courses presentation from NESA, which incorporates the new HSC syllabuses for English, Maths, Science and History, is now available. Scan QR code below to download the presentation.
  • tosophiechen
    May 4, 2017

    It is never too late to start tuition. For those who joined in late and missed out previous term(s), upon confirmation of enrollment, materials can be purchased. Our materials are valuable resources with carefully chosen practice questions to reinforce individual learning. If you find difficulty to understand certain area(s) or topic(s) and want to have additional 1 to 1 or 1 to 2 sessions with our teachers, we can arrange that upon request. Please note this service will be only provided to students who already enrollment in our weekly classes. Hourly rate of $60 applies on these private services.
  • tosophiechen
    May 4, 2017

    All of our teachers are experts in the subjects they are teaching with teaching qualifications and current WWCC (work with child check) certificate. Most importantly, they are passionate in teaching and have genuine interests in helping students to achieve the best they can get academically.

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