Meet Your Talent 100 Mentor: Paarth Rathore

Meet Your Talent 100 Mentor: Paarth Rathore

Here at Talent we’ve amassed a variety of Mentors which have taught and encouraged our students throughout the years – guiding them through high school and the HSC.

We call our teachers and tutors ‘Mentors’ because they deliver more than simply theory. Talent 100 Mentors are all outstanding achievers, but it’s their passion for teaching and mentoring which matters most. Whilst an exceptional academic record is a must, our Mentors are also chosen for their ability to work with students of all levels and provide the pastoral guidance for future success.

Not only do we want to give thanks to these Mentors who have enriched the lives of many at Talent, but want to share their unique personalities and passions while also inspiring the next generation of high school students to strive for their best.

Name: 

Paarth Rathore

ATAR/UAI:

99.80

Alma Mater: 

Epping Boys High School

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws

Subjects taught at Talent:

Year 7 – 9 Mathematics, Year 11 – 12 Economics and Year 12 Mathematics

Achievements:

Dux of Epping Boys High School (2018)

Most Outstanding HSC Award (Donated by the University of Sydney, 2018)

Premier’s Award for All-Round Excellence (2018)

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Paarth’s Top 5 Study Tips:

For any subject, the syllabus is key, it should act as the guide for how you should structure your notes. Also, key words and phrases from the syllabus are typically what formulate questions asked in an exam.

Never be afraid to ask questions and help from your teachers, tutors and friends. Everyone wants you to succeed.

At the end of the day, your HSC is a written exam consisting of short answer questions and extended responses. As such, it’s imperative for you to practice handwriting consistently to make sure you can maintain legibility with all the information you provide.

Keep track of both your areas of strength and weakness in every subject. A good way of identifying these is by completing and marking past papers consistently. This allows you to clearly refine your study approach to address weaknesses and build upon strengths.

You should practice your good study habits in Year 11 to form important and familiar foundations when you begin to tackle Year 12.

Fun fact: 

I am a die-hard supporter of Arsenal FC!

Click here to view our Talent 100 timetables for Term 4, and enrol in Paarth’s Economics classes in Epping.

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