1. Determine what the question is asking from you by looking at the command word. A few common examples of command words include ‘list’, ‘state’, ‘describe’, ‘compare’, ‘explain’, and ‘discuss’. This list of command terms progressively increases in complexity, and thus your responses are also required to be more extensive. Also, note the amount of marksContinue reading “How to break down complex questions into simpler parts”
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How To Do BODMAS.
BODMAS stands for: Brackets(…) Orders√ , x2 Division or Multiplication÷ , x Addition or Subtraction +, – In order to complete any mathematic calculation, we must follow BODMAS. This mnemonic helps us remember the order of operations for these sets of mathematical equations. BODMAS is extremely important to understand as it applies to harder equationsContinue reading “How To Do BODMAS.”
How to manage remote learning and stay sane
How to manage remote learning and stay sane Remote learning is challenging, there is no doubt about it. It is hard for both parents and students. Whether you are a parent with a young child or an older student reading this, these are challenging and stressful times. But let’s talk about some tips and tricksContinue reading “How to manage remote learning and stay sane”
How to stop procrastinating
How to stop procrastinating when you should study Procrastinating school work? You’re not alone. Procrastination is very common in students (and in all walks of life), but in order to successfully complete our schoolwork, we need to overcome it. Let’s discuss some key tips for overcoming procrastination. Firstly, try keeping a to-do list or aContinue reading “How to stop procrastinating”
Tutoring Is An Investment In Your Future
Tutoring Is An Investment In Your Future. We here at Evergreen Tutoring Services see so much benefit in investing in education, because it is an investment in being a better you.
How to catch up if you fall behind in class.
How to catch up if you fall behind in class. Are you falling behind with the coursework and behind in class? Don’t worry; you are not alone. Sometimes things happen, and it can cause you to fall behind in your work. Not to worry, let’s talk about some ways to help you catch up. ImportantContinue reading “How to catch up if you fall behind in class.”
How to choose my year 11 and 12 subjects
I know what uni course I want to do after high school. How can I use this to help choose my year 11 and 12 subjects? University is an exciting and amazing journey. But choosing what year 11 and 12 subjects you need to get into your desired university course can be confusing. Let’s goContinue reading “How to choose my year 11 and 12 subjects”
How to encourage a passion for science.
How to encourage a passion for science. A passion for science is one of the most fantastic and spectacular things to have. When we see a child with a strong passion for science, it is important to encourage it. Scientists have made so many incredible things possible in our world, from medicine to space exploration.Continue reading “How to encourage a passion for science.”
Raw study scores and scaled scores. Which one matters for my ATAR?
What is the difference between a raw score and a scaled score? Which one matters for my ATAR? For each subject you complete in Year 12, you receive a study score. In VCE, these study scores for each subject then form part of your final ATAR. But the study score you obtain out of 50Continue reading “Raw study scores and scaled scores. Which one matters for my ATAR?”
Should I do six year 12 subjects?
Most students entering VCE often ask whether they should choose to do an additional subject in Year 12. There are many benefits to doing an additional subject; however, it won’t have much effect on your ATAR.