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I enjoy writing articles to motivate students and help them increase their confidence. Being at school is a challenge, especially during the VCE/HSC years, and it is important to focus on stress reduction, time management, motivation and goal setting throughout the year!

VCE Tips #3

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Make a study friendly space! Where you study has an important effect on your productivity as a VCE student. Make sure that you have a… Read More »VCE Tips #3

VCE Tips #2

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VCE Tips #2 What do YOU really want? Find your passion and turn it into something practical! If you love children and communication perhaps select… Read More »VCE Tips #2

VCE Tips #1

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Define exactly what you want during your VCE.  Today think about exactly what you want from your VCE experience. To achieve anything meaningful in life… Read More »VCE Tips #1

101 ways to improve your ATAR

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Have you wanted to know what you could do to improve your ATAR? Or how to improve your VCE experience so that you are not constantly struggling? Do you want to become a better student ? Academy Plus has constructed a list of what you can do as a student to improve your ATAR score and make the most out of your VCE experience.

The difference between VCE Teacher vs. VCE Tutor

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In Victoria any individual can call themselves a tutor. No registration is required and the tutor does not need be VIT qualified. Does this mean that tutors do a poorer job compared to teachers? Are tutors less experienced compared to teachers? Is it better to pay $70-$85 an hour to be taught by a current teacher, compared to $40-$60 an hour for a tutor? Are teachers better at communication? Do they have more efficient ways of teaching? What are the benefits of having a teacher vs tutor? In this article we will be exploring the differences between a teacher and a tutor so that you can understand exactly where they differ and whether it ultimately makes a difference.

Top 5 myths about UMAT

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UMAT is an important test that all students wishing to enter into courses such as Medicine, Pharmacy, Optometry, Dentistry and Physiotherapy. It is held once a year at the end of July and is only open for year 12 students (and above). Within this article we will be discussing about some of the myths about the UMAT and what you can do, as an individual to prepare adequately.

How to study for VCE Chemistry?

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VCE chemistry is a challenging subject, which involves a delicate blend of mathematics and also science. It is not a subject which memory is vital, but rather requires a deep understanding and appreciation of the concepts. VCE chemistry is a highly competitive subject, which requires dedication, hard work and practice.