With one cohort completing the HSC, and the next round of Year 12 students starting, there truly is no rest for the wicked!
It might be the end of the school year, but we have a plethora of events, revision programs, acceleration courses and resources to keep you busy throughout the last few weeks of 2019, and the new weeks ahead in 2020.
Who doesn’t love a free seminar? You can benefit from a multitude of information from our speakers, and ask them anything you want after the seminar is over. Over the next few weeks, we’re holding the following free seminars across our Talent 100 Learning Centres (open to existing Talent 100 students and their parents):
Year 9 ‘Bridging The Gap’ & HSC Scaling Seminar (Epping) December 11th 2019
One of our most popular Talent 100 seminars, the ‘Bridging The Gap’ is specifically catered to Year 9 students going into Year 10 in 2020. This one hour presentation will teach you everything you need to know about subject selection, scaling, assessments and why we introduce Year 11 concepts early on to Year 10 students at Talent 100.
Click here to reserve your seat at our Epping Learning Centre.
We recommend arriving 10 minutes before the seminar is due to begin. Our Talent 100 Epping Learning Centre is accessible by Epping Metro/Train Station.
Year 9 ‘Bridging The Gap’ & HSC Scaling Seminar (Hurstville) January 19th 2020
Click here to reserve your seat at our Hurstville Learning Centre.
Our Talent 100 Hurstville Learning Centre is accessible by Hurstville Train Station.
The free seminar is then followed by a Q&A sessions where you can get your burning questions answered by our panellists.
Click here to reserve your seat at our Talent 100 Chatswood Learning Centre, located 2 mins from Train/Metro stations.
Looking for free resources to keep you occupied during the January School Holidays? Check out our Resources page for Past HSC Papers (including the 2019 papers) and so much more.
If you’re studying Year 11 or Year 12 Chemistry, check out our Talent Teaching Series featuring our Academic Director, Dr Nikhil Vasan! We talk you through some of the most crucial topics in Module 3 and Module 5 Chemistry, with a mix of theory and examples. Click here to start watching!
Do you want to pursue a career in Medicine or Dentistry?
Our MedStart Masterclass has been specially designed for students looking to sit the UCAT Examination in 2020.
Our two or four day Masterclass provides the most personalised and comprehensive med-entry course in Australia. Your enrolment includes access to:
12 hours of Personalised Workshops, x5 Comprehensive Section Guides, Question Type Drills, General Skills UCAT Guides, 8 Practice Exams and Weakness Reviews, 18 Mini Mock Exams, 10,000+ UCAT Practice Questions covering all 5 subtests, Cohort Ranking, Interview Guides, University Admission Guides
We are holding our Masterclass on the following dates across our Talent 100 Learning Centres:
Hurstville: January 18th-19th (10am-5pm)
Epping: January 22nd-23rd (10am-5pm)
Burwood: February 22nd, 29th and March 7th, 14th (1pm-4pm)
Click here to find out more about our MedStart courses, and enrol today for 2020!
Fast Forward January Acceleration Courses
Looking to accelerate in the January School Holidays?
Our Fast Forward Holiday Program allows students to do the bulk of their learning in the holidays, and learn a Full Course Module before your school. The Fast Forward Program allows capable students to accelerate their learning, so they have greater time flexibility and are revising rather than learning content during the school term.
We are offering the following subjects as part of our January Fast Forward Program for Year 12 students:
Maths Extension 1 (Sunday 19th January – Wednesday 22nd January) 10am-5pm
Topics Covered: Differential Calculus VI, Integral Calculus I-V, Vectors I-II
Maths Extension 2 (Sunday 19th January – Wednesday 22nd January) 10am-5pm
Topics Covered: Complex Numbers V-VII, Integration I-V
Chemistry (Sunday 19th January – Wednesday 22nd January), (Thursday 23rd January – Sunday 26th January) 10am-5pm
Topics Covered: Acid/Base Reactions, Practicals and Data Processing
Physics (Thursday 23rd January – Sunday 26th January) 10am-5pm
Topics Covered: Electromagnetism I – VI, Practicals and Data Processing
Module A (Thursday 23rd January – Sunday 26th January) 10am-1pm
Texts Covered: Sylvia Plath/Ted Hughes (Ariel & Birthday Letters), William Shakespeare/Al Pacino (King Richard III & Looking For Richard), William Shakespeare/Margaret Atwood (The Tempest & Hag-Seed), John Keats/Jane Campion (The Complete Poems/Bright Star), Albert Camus/Kamel Daoud (The Stranger & The Meursault Investigation), Virginia Woolf/Stephen Daldry (The Hours & Mrs Dalloway).
Module B (Thursday 23rd January – Sunday 26th January) 10am-1pm
Texts Covered: Poetry of T.S. Eliot, King Henry IV Part I (William Shakespeare), An Artist Of The Floating World (Kazuo Ishiguro), and Emma (Jane Austen).
If you need any additional guidance, feel free to contact our Student Services team directly at 1300 999 100.