Trial Exam Revision Lectures

Our ‘Trial Exam Revision Lectures’ have been designed to prepare students for the highest possible marks in their trial examinations. Just as importantly, this program gives students the opportunity to complete a large part of their exam preparations ahead of their peers, reducing stress levels and study loads in the challenging weeks before their exams.

These highly beneficial programs are the result of extensive collaboration with hundreds of teachers across the state, with each teacher adding their expertise to our courses and materials. This gives students the rare opportunity to benefit from the advice and information being delivered in many top performing schools, preparing students to a standard that cannot be achieved by only attending one school.

FREE Bonus Lecture – English Exam Essentials

This unique 3.5 hour session is designed to prepare you for success in the English Advanced and Standard courses, with a focus on how to write an A/A+ essay in your trial and HSC exams. In particular, we’ll drill down into the ‘secret teacher’s business’ of how to write an A/A+ essay, and the differentiation required to succeed across four separate marking centres. You will also be taught how NESA teachers mark an essay, and apply your learnings while marking an AOS, Module A, B or C essay. This seminar will further cover the technical and high level aspects of succeeding in particular HSC modules, as opposed to an entry level and generic discussion about how to write an essay.

Valued at over $150, this lecture is *FREE when you enrol into one or more core lectures or two or more English lectures. A *$10 donation to The Fred Hollows Foundation will be required on the day.

Registrations for this program will commence in May 2019.


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Subjects Offered:

Year 12:

Ancient History, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, English Advanced, English Standard, General Mathematics, Legal Studies, Mathematics (2 Unit), Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2, Modern History, PDHPE, Physics

Year 11:

This program is not available in Year 11 subjects.


July 2019


UNSW Sydney (The University of New South Wales)