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How to engage with extra material in HSC Economics

Higher school certificate Economics involves the culmination and accumulation of numerous sources of data to truly excel at the subject. The ability for students to successfully synthesise this information will result in them having an overall more comprehensive understanding of the subject content. This inherently simple ability to gain more…

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How to prepare for year 11 exams?

The concept of year 11 exams to some may seem daunting although this shouldn’t be the case. Rather for students it is a chance to showcase their surmountable knowledge they have compiled over the year. Though students, who identify as behind, struggling, accelerated or even in-between the two should consider…

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How to Best Approach the HSC Economics Case Study

An essential component of the HSC economics course is the case study in topic one, the global economy. This case study consists of students choosing a country and studying the key aspects in which make up that economy. This individualised case study is usually (but not specifically) limited to countries…

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How to become an effective writer?

During the HSC one thing is common across all papers and subsequent subjects. That common element is writing. Writing in general is the ability for a student to convey ideas or constructs of what they have learnt about in class. Depending on the subject obviously this concept of writing can…

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How to excel at HSC Economics topic 4

The ability for students to achieve their best, can be considered to form down to pupils comprehensively and thoroughly engaging with all 4 topics of economics. This thorough examination of all 4 topics formulates down to students being able to fully comprehend the subject matter covered. Specifically in topic 4…

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How to pick a successful related text

A student's choice of a related text for the 'discovery' module is one of extreme importance. A well chosen and in depth choice of related text will allow for students to create an overall more in depth essay. This exploration of finding a related text first must take place through…

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How to become an effective writer?

During the HSC one thing is common across all papers and subsequent subjects. That common element is writing. Writing in general is the ability for a student to convey ideas or constructs of what they have learnt about in class. Depending on the subject obviously this concept of writing can…

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When do I need coaching and why?

A student when they feel as though they are falling behind or even a student that wants to be accelerated, should think about getting tutoring. At Master coaching it is vital and highly valued that students establish a safe, happy and nurturing environment in which they find they can learn…

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Tips for Year 10 Students Selecting Their HSC English Course

You’re in year 10 and have a multitude of major decisions waiting to confront you – you’re confused, and rightly so. I understand, I’ve been in the same situation. It’s daunting to have so many options, to have to decide what subjects you want to do and what career field…

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Study Strategies and Exam Preparation for HSC English

Know your text Make sure you have read / viewed your text a number of times, that you have a clear personal response and that your response is firmly based on your detailed understanding of the text. Know the text well enough to be able to make detailed reference to…

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How to excel at Shakespeare’s Hamlet?

Hamlet is a fairly common option chosen by numerous schools to be studied in module B. Hamlet is a complex playwright that forms as an in depth study of drama alone. Importantly this means that no related text or additional texts will be needed. At master coaching Hamlet is an…

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How to become an effective H.S.C. English writer?

The essential subject of English is obviously based around the innate need to write copious amounts of essay and creative pieces of writing. The method of producing such complex pieces of writing forms from continuous practice. Though this practice is something that needs to be guided through private one on…

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Excelling at Creative Writing: English HSC Paper 1

The prospect of creative writing tends to both excite and terrify HSC students. On the one hand, this is the chance for students to assume the role of author. They have almost full creative license on their plotline and are able to show-off their personal flair for the English language.…

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Ideas to Implementation

Ideas To Implementation is often the third topic taught by school teachers. Whilst it may be no more difficult than the previous topics, students can often struggle to grasp some of the concepts that are at the core of its theme. Ideas To Implementation looks at how scientists in the…

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How to Improve Your Legal Studies Essays

The ability to write effective essays is an important skill for success in both Preliminary and HSC Legal Studies. In the HSC exam, Legal Studies students are expected to write three essays, one concerning the core topic Crime and the other two Option Topics selected by each school. Accounting for…

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Student motivation throughout the final year of schooling

During the Higher School Certificate (HSC) many students struggle with the same questions and types of concern that forms considerable concern throughout the HSC. These questions can include: “Why are we doing this?” or “What is the point of the HSC?” or even “Why is there so many things to…

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How to excel at Economics topic 3 – Economic Issues

The study of the subject of economics in general can be considered one of a complex yet exciting prospect. This is because economics in general mixes together culmination of both English, maths and social sciences. Thus, economics builds its foundations on the premise that students will have a basic understanding…

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Master Coaching Selective School Preparation Course

Term Two Program, 2015 The term two program follows on from the introductory lessons in term one. These lessons gave each student an initial exposure to the type of Mathematics, Reading, Writing and General Ability questions that are part of the Selective School test each year in March. As students…

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Achieving your best for English paper one

Students inevitably have to handle the concept of sitting English paper one a minimum of two times (trial and HSC) throughout the course of year 12. This inevitable sitting of the paper must be approached with considerable practice. The paper one exam is student’s first examination and forms 5-% of…

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Economics is the essential culmination of humanities

Economics is the essential culmination of humanities. It is a subject that requires an understanding of the way society runs as well as a simplified understanding of graph reading. This subject also allows for students to be well aware of the content that is further essential to excel at this…

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Techniques for HSC English Study

Techniques are an essential aspect of English from Year Seven to Year Twelve, yet it is arguably the most common area where students throughout their high school education consistently lose marks. Most students struggle to identify techniques in texts studied in class, let alone include techniques in an essay or…

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The HSC English Paper 1 – the first HSC exam paper

The HSC English Paper 1: Area of Study (‘Paper 1’) will be the first HSC exam paper that over 58,000 students will encounter. It is a two hour long triathlon of unseen textual analysis, creative writing and an essay component. Each one of these sections are worth equal weighting (that…

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Discovery – the new area of study topic for Standard and Advanced English

Discovery is the new area of study topic common to both the subjects English Advanced and English Standard. It encompasses the compulsory study of a prescribed text and a multitude of related texts in which are chosen by the student. The ability for a student to fully comprehend the area…

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Discover how to master AOS: Discovery

Being part of the first year to take on a new Area of Study can be daunting. There are no notes to refer to. No past papers, no sample responses. Discovery is brand spanking new. However, it isn’t really. There are key aspects of the syllabus that have defined the…

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Discover how to master AOS: Discovery – HSC English

Being part of the first year to take on a new Area of Study can be daunting. There are no notes to refer to. No past papers, no sample responses. Discovery is brand spanking new. However, it isn’t really. There are key aspects of the syllabus that have defined the…

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ESL – Great Care for ESL Student at Master Coach

Before undertaking ESL in senior studies, a student must consider their eligibility for this course as prerequisites and rules must be adhered to. These rules have been set out as: The English (ESL) course may be studied by any student who has been educated overseas or in an Australian educational…

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