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How to get a 45+ in PE
Personally for me and most of my friends, PE was by far the best subject in VCE. Majority of students who take on PE do it due to their love for sports which helps make it an easy subject to motivate yourself to study for. However, as many students have a great passion for the subject, often it can be extremely hard to do well as so many people hope for it to be their best subj...
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How to Study Effectively with Friends
Let's be real, pretty much every time we try to study with friends, it ends in getting no work done and then cramming the night before the test. However, it doesn't have to be that way! Keep reading to learn some of the best ways to stay productive when studying with friends.  Choose the right friends You've probably heard this a million times but ...
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How to Learn and Study at Home
Certain situations require us to stay home and try to manage our learning and studying remotely. It can be hard to navigate your education without teachers or school routines, and only using your own resources & the internet. That's why we're here to give our best tips on learning and studying from home. 😊 1. Get up early and keep a routine Even t...
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Tips for Different Tasks Words in tests and Exams
Many VCE and QCE subjects contain questions which start with all different types of task words. "Define", "outline" and "identify" all seem the same, but there is a difference. Same as the terms "analyse", "evaluate" and "justify". Knowing the true meanings for all these tasks words is a necessity and will make or brea...
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Principles of Effective Studying I Principle 3: Practice Till you Can do it Quickly Without Thinking
These tips are based off an article written by Ollie Lovell. Lovell is the head of senior mathematics and a learning specialist at a secondary college in Melbourne West. He also works with the Monash Faculty of Education on the Q-project, exploring what quality use of education research can look like in schools. The teacher is also the lead author for Oxford University Press...
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Principles of Effective Studying I Principle 2: Monitor your Understanding
These tips are based off an article written by Ollie Lovell. Lovell is the head of senior mathematics and a learning specialist at a secondary college in Melbourne West. He also works with the Monash Faculty of Education on the Q-project, exploring what quality use of education research can look like in schools. The teacher is also the lead author for Oxford University Press...