Link: myEd - HSC Advice for Parents
A guide your parents may find useful- lots of tips on managing your time- can also follow on Facebook
Mind map guidelines - for me the mind map helps clarify and prioritise information. It paints a very clear picture in my head when I see the trigger words in an exam and helps me structure a concise response.
a lesson from Albert Einstein to his son about how to learn anything.
(More at Brain Pickings)
This is a very useful website that provides great tips on note taking, revision, study and test taking.3 notes
It’s probably pretty hectic for you at the moment, lots of assessment tasks rolling in, it’s all starting to feel a little more real, the HSC is much closer than you think… It’s now time to take stock of where you are, if you haven’t already done so, ensure you have a copy of the syllabus for each subject and organise your notes into folders or files that follow this plan. This way you can sort out where the weaknesses are in your notes and understanding and seek help before the Trials are upon you.