Student timetables 2019/2020 High school tuition can be a valuable asset which not only teaches good study habits, but will help you to get in the right state of mind for the HSC. But why should you try Talent 100 for your high school tuition? Our Mentors: Choose from three generations of HSC Experts including: […]

It’s never too late to start tuition Tuition might be the last thing that’s on your mind in Term 4, but it’s important to start sooner rather than later. Considering starting your high school tuition in Term 4? Not only do you get a head start by commencing your tuition now, but you also get […]

Year 11 Students: Why should you prepare for the HSC now? Term 1 assessments have already been marked, returned and Year 12 is just around the corner. Are you ready for what lies ahead? Where did the time go? Now that we’re in Term 2, Year 11 typically marks the time when the workload and level of […]

Is your teacher a cut above the rest? Teaching is one of the most important professions in our society today, but what qualities do the best teachers have? What sets them apart, and lets them bring out the best in our students? Here are a few attributes that we believe really excellent educators all share: […]

Learn your Science lingo before the HSC Whether you’re taking Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or another science, one thing you’re going to come up against time and time again in both Year 11 and 12 is dealing with HSC Keywords These are the ‘signposting words’ that begin a written response question, like ‘explain’, ‘describe’, ‘outline’, ‘analyse’, and […]

How to create the best HSC study notes Taking notes has long been a part of the learning and revision process for high school students (as well as a vital tool at university and beyond) Learning to accurately transcribe information, as well as absorb that information, is essential to learn something new or revise something […]

How to use Past Papers in your study In theory, when studying for the HSC (or any exam) is fairly simple – practice what you’re going to have to do, and you’ll be better prepared To utilise past papers properly in your study, you shouldn’t just indiscriminately grind away at them and try and improve […]