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How to ace your HSC Biology exam - Part One

How to ace your HSC Biology exam - Part One

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Brendon 29/07/2014 

Practical experiments are fun, but are still important aspects to summarise and review for exams. Part One of Brendon's Biology study guide involves mastering any exam questions that involve the first-hand investigations and secondary sources.

5 Successful Australians With An Arts Degree

5 Successful Australians With An Arts Degree

STUDENT LIFE Georgia 23/07/2014 

There's a lot of stigma surrounding an Arts degree and most of it is rubbish. This list proves that you can study Arts at uni and have a successful and fulfilling career. So there, mum!

Australian universities some of the best in the world

Australian universities some of the best in the world

STUDENT LIFE Georgia 17/07/2014 

It's official: Aussie universities really are some of the best in the world. The Centre for World University Rankings have released their 2014 list - have a look.

Michael

Michael

VACATIONER Michael 16/07/2014 

University of Western Australia student Michael, shares his EY journey as he prepares to travel to Florida, USA, to attend the International Intern Leadership Conference (IILC) in August 2014.

Five things to do in your last semester of uni

Five things to do in your last semester of uni

SETTLING IN AT UNI Alex 16/07/2014 

If you're entering your final semester of uni, there are some things you absolutely need to do. Alex tells us what they are and why they're so important.

FACT: Exams aren

FACT: Exams aren't everything

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Georgia 16/07/2014 

This week, a primary school teacher's letter to her students went viral. Find out why.

Lesley

Lesley

VACATIONER Lesley 12/07/2014 

University of Queensland student Lesley shares her EY journey as she prepares to travel to Florida, USA, to attend the International Intern Leadership Conference (IILC) in August 2014.

Five things you should know about work experience

Five things you should know about work experience

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS Georgia 10/07/2014 

It’s that time of year again: year 10s across the country are coming up to work experience season. As an integral part of most high school career development programs, work experience placements can help provide an important insight into adult working life, and shed light on possible degree choices and career paths. So it’s super important to make the most of your work experience and pick the right workplace to do it in.

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