- Talent 100 Mentor
- Raymond Sun
- ATAR / UAI
- Learning Centre
- School Attended
- Sydney Technical High School
- Bachelor of Laws at the University of Technology Sydney
- Premier's Award for All‑ Around Excellence in the HSC
I'm an ex-student of Talent 100. Through its unique and effective teaching system, I was able to significantly improve in Maths, my weakest subject. I enjoy working at Talent because I want to share the same benefits which I once accrued when I was a Talent student. Not only is Talent 100 a fun, friendly place to learn, it will also help you achieve the results you want.
A graduate of Sydney Technical High School and a past student at Talent 100, Raymond is studying a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Technology, Sydney. A Mentor in both Maths and Economics, Raymond's knowledge of HSC subjects is broad, as evidenced by his inclusion on the HSC All Rounder's List.
Raymond's top tip for HSC success? He believes students need to make sure they understand the way the HSC is written by carefully going over the HSC ikeywords' in each subject, as well as other relevant key terms: "When making study notes, put high emphasis on key terms from your revision, as well as the HSC keywords. These words and terms are not only effective in acting as "memory joggers" when it comes for revision, but they are also essential elements in gaining marks."
Top 5 Study Tips
1When making study notes, put high emphasis on key terms/words an HSC syllabus words. these words/terms are not only effective in acting as "memory joggers" when it comes for revision, but they are also essential elements in gaining marks.
2Revise today's content for 10 minutes every night before bed. This is best for memory retention.
3Don't be afraid to ask teachers for any clarification in your notes.
4Make up your own HSC questions for yourself to answer. This will help you with predicting questions and working with the HSC syllabus.
5Keep a balance between study and hobbies. This will help lower stress.