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Win 1 of 10 Double Passes to See The Film, The Past

Win 1 of 10 Double Passes to See The Film, The Past

Thanks to Madman Entertainment we have 10 double passes to the new movie, The Past to give away! The Past is an acclaimed new film from Asghar Farhadi, the director of the fantastic Academy Award winning film, A Separation. It stars Academy Award nominee Berenice Bejo (The Artist) and if you need any more incentive it has a huge rating of 97% on Rotten Tomatoes! Read on to find out how to enter.

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Brendon's First Year Uni Blog

Meet Brendon Kim, our new first year uni blogger. Brendon graduated high school last year and this year is preparing to attend UNSW to complete a combined Commerce/Arts degree. Brendon has joined the WDWU team so that he can report on his experiences as a first year uni student, giving you an insight into what the transition between high school and uni is like. In this post, Brendon tells us about himself and gives advice to current year 12 students.

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Graduate Success: Todd Rowling Talks of Becoming an Electrical Engineer

Graduate Success: Todd Rowling Talks of Becoming an Electrical Engineer

We spoke to Todd Rowling a former participant of the Indigenous Australian Engineering Summer School (IAESS), a program run by Engineering Aid Australia. After his time at IAESS, Todd scored an engineering cadetship at Ausgrid, where he worked as an undergraduate engineer while also studying electrical engineering at Sydney University. Todd is now enjoying a thriving career as an electrical engineer and took the time to chat with us about his path to success.

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Expert Tips on How to Excel in Years 11 and 12

Expert Tips on How to Excel in Years 11 and 12

Approaching years 11 and 12 can be a daunting prospect but surprisingly, most people prefer senior study to their junior years. Aside from English, students have chosen every subject they want to study which makes for a very liberating experience. So while senior students may need to study more, at least it's a lot more fun and passion is the key to success! Here are some tips by recent year 12 graduate, Anita, that will guide you to success during your final years of high school.

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The Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe Youth Program is Looking for Members

The Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe Youth Program is Looking for Members

If you’re a high school or university student in Western Australia then listen up! Sculpture by the Sea, Cottlesloe is looking for 6 students to join SXS Youth, a new initiative that will allow students to take an active part in Western Australia’s largest, free to the public, sculpture exhibition. It’s a great opportunity for students who aspire to work in the arts and want something great to add to their CV. Read on for more information.

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What does your ATAR reveal about your future

What does your ATAR reveal about your future

WACE results have finally been released and by now, most of you will know what your ATAR is. So what does it all mean? We know that an ATAR will indicate whether you make it into certain university courses, but can it indicate what your career will be like in ten years from now? What Degree? Which University? has been hard at work investigating the answer. Read on to find out what we discovered.

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New Year’s Resolutions Every Student Makes

New Year’s Resolutions Every Student Makes

Most students make similar New Year’s Resolutions each year. We will study more and procrastinate less! We will get better at time management! We will put more effort into assignments! Sound familiar? While these resolutions are popular, many of us only make a half-hearted attempt to accomplish them. Find out what resolutions students are most notorious for making and follow our tips on how actually accomplish them in 2014.

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7 Famous Aussies with a Law Degree

7 Famous Aussies with a Law Degree

It’s often said that a law degree can ‘take you anywhere’. Well for these 7 Aussies that proved to be the case. Find out which well-known Aussies started their careers as lawyers before moving on to different pursuits and which shirked life in the courtroom altogether to find success in fields like journalism, entertainment and professional sports.

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How to Get Into Your Dream Degree if your ATAR isn

How to Get Into Your Dream Degree if your ATAR isn't up to Scratch

ATAR results have been released and for some of you, you don’t need to wait for first round university offers to know that you haven’t gotten in to your dream degree. It’s a bummer but don’t lose hope. There are plenty of ways to study what you love! Read on for some advice and inspiration.

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What Subjects Suit Your Personality?

What Subjects Suit Your Personality?

Choosing which subjects to study can be tough. By now, future year 9 and year 11 students will have already made their subject selections but nothing is yet set in stone! Most schools allow you to alter your subject choices in the first few weeks of the new school year so read our article to see which subjects may best suit your personality.

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