STUDY AND REVISION HINTS

 

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 Visit the Deakin University website (link below) for more tips and hints


 

WANT TO DO YOUR BEST IN THE FINAL EXAMS ?

 

Some sources suggest that if you're aiming high, you need a minimum of 45 hours per subject revision time as well as spending time working through past exam papers. This will help keep your stress at a healthy level (yes, a certain amount of stress keeps you motivated).

So its a good time to start to


  • compile detailed and comprehensive notes from which to learn
  • aim to revise all course materials at least twice before the exams
  • work through exam style questions from as many different sources as possible - ask your teacher , visit the VCAA website for past exams.

check back for hints and strategies throughout the year

 


ITS NEVER TOO EARLY TO BE PROACTIVE WITH YOUR STUDY

 

  • Remember the difference between homework and study ? Check it here
  • There is a truckload of information and advice available on the internet. parents, teachers, ex students
  • check the links below for a start


TSFX have pages of hints and tips 

Tip 1 Top Tips from Past Year 12 Students 
Tip 2 Using the School Holidays to Your Advantage
Tip 3 Developing a Faster and Smarter Brain
  Brain Training Set 1 
  Brain Training Set 1 Answers
Tip 4 Preparing a Mark Boosting Set of Reference Materials for the Mathematics Exams
Tip 5 Getting the Most from the Time You Spend at School
Tip 6 Circadian Rhythms
Tip 7 Leveraging Your Power Hours 
  Productivity Spreadsheet 
Tip 8 The Most Effective Learning Technique Known to Man
Tip 9 How to Memorise Information Quickly and Easily
Tip 10 General Learning Suggestions
Tip 11 Managing and Avoiding Anxiety
Tip 12 Boosting Concentration

TSFX also have a range of free resources through their "Edge Online"

 

 

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Please note: websites and resources are provided for your information only. This is not a comprehensive list and the school does not endorse any particular organisation.