It's around that time of the year when you start to contemplate which one of two texts you'll most likely use in the Text Response component of the exam. And it's not necessarily an easy choice to make! There are several factors worth considering, and you should definitely take your time deciding which text is best for you...
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- It’s around that time of the year when you start to contemplate which one of two texts you’ll most likely use in the Text Response component of the exam. And it’s not necessarily an easy choice to make! There are several factors worth considering, and you should definitely take your time deciding which text is best for you – after all, it can make a massive difference in your studying habits leading up to the exam and also how well you perform …Read More
- The VCE English exam is the longest exam you will sit in your VCE studies. It is not often that you will sit down for three hours at one time and produce three full (and very different) essays and for this reason it is important to have a clear strategy going in. Some of the strongest VCE English students I have taught have had trouble managing their time in the exam because they have not followed their strategy and have …Read More
- In Part 1 we discussed why it’s important to aim for the best in the General Achievement Test (GAT), so now we’ll discuss how you can actually go about doing this. As you know, there are two writing components in the GAT – Writing Task 1 and 2, as well as 70 multiple choice questions (MCQ). This post will break down both the writing components and offer you handy tips on how you should approach these tasks in order to maximise …Read More