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How to Ace Year 12 - Understanding the System and the Best Ways to Study! (...
Sat. 3 December 2016, 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm AEDT
The morning and midday session of this event has booked out! There are still places left in the afternoon event HERE.
How to Ace Year 12 is a low-key event designed to explain some confusing things about VCE (how scaling works, how your score is calculated, etc.) and to equip you with the skills you need to start dominating your competition as soon as possible.
The main speaker will be Nick McIndoe, who achieved a 99.65 ATAR in 2012 and who has since completed a university degree with perfect grades (a high-disctinction achieved in every single subject). Nick will take you through three pieces of advice for studying that will put you far ahead your competition, and over some other tips along the way to help you smash Year 12.
On the day, we'll also help you to understand the VCE system. We'll explain how your SACs are moderated, how scaling works, and how VCAA go about calculating your score. This is so often misunderstood by students and causes way too much unnecessary stress, so on the day we'll clear things up and hopefully leave you feeling way better about VCE.
This private event will seat less than 90 people and give you a unique advantage in your studies as well as a rare insight into the thinking of successful people who were in your position just a few years ago.
Bring it up in your group inbox and make your mates aware, and then make sure they register now. Tickets will go fast!
Where is the event?
Next to the State Library of Victoria - two minutes away from Melbourne Central Station, so the location is amazing!
It's at the new ATAR Notes Tutorial Centre, on Level 6 of 171 La Trobe Street.
How do I get there?
Catch any train to Melbourne Central, take the Swanston Street exit, then walk up La Trobe street for a few hundred metres, and you're there! More detailed instructions are here.
Is there someone I can contact if I have more quesitons?
Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org!