HSC Preparation

Subjects we offer

Support we offer

We are committed to supporting the most important exam in a student’s life. Each Year 11 and 12 students prepare for the HSC Trials and the HSC examination. K12 Academy has developed a strategic HSC Tuition support to cater to the diverse needs of our students. Our experienced teachers are here to answer all doubts and queries so that you are well prepared and feel confident on the day of your exam.
  • HSC English (Standard - Advanced – Preliminary English extension – Extension 1 and 2- Fundamentals of English)
  • HSC Mathematics (General- Extension 1 and 2)
  • HSC Science (Biology – Chemistry- Earth and environmental science – Senior Science)
  • HSC Physics HSC
  • HSC Human Society and its Environment (legal studies – Geography)
  • HSC Technology (Software design and development - engineering studies - information processes and technology)
  • HSC History
  • HSC Geography
  • HSC Business Studies
  • At k12 we also offer group study on a self-pace methodology. We provide room for students with their friends for serious studies. Students need to adhere to the guidelines provided by the K12 management. Groups consisting of 5 to 8 students can come to k12 to study. You also get support from qualified teachers should you need one. T’s & C’s apply.
    Home-schooling one of the fastest-growing trends in education. According to a recent study by the U.S. Department of Education, the number of home schoolers has risen from 360,000 in 1994 to 850,000 in 1999. Many experts put the figure closer to 2 million. In earlier years, most home-schooled children came from either ultrareligious or politically liberal families, but now all types of families are teaching at home. Professor Pearl Kane of Columbia University's Teacher's College says home-schooling is teaching everyone a thing or two. "The most important lesson we can learn from home-schooling is how important it is to involve parents in their own child's education," Kane said. Studies suggest the parents may be right about getting a better education. Students taught at home consistently score higher than the national average on the SAT and ACT standardized tests. And other studies have shown that home schoolers tend to do better in college, because they are more motivated and curious, and they feel more responsible for learning on their own.
    The HSC Essay Writing course is designed for senior high school students. In this instance course participants learn to write structured essays. Students hone in their ability to organise information from gathered sources and paraphrase it to suit their needs. Participants practice writing Introductions, Body and effective Conclusions. In fact, essay writing is all about expressing opinions and views, describing, narrating and recounting events. Course content This essay writing course covers the following topics: Essay and Sentence Structure Ability to Organise information How to write attention grabbing introductions Incorporating facts and figures (statistics) in essays Effective conclusions
    The Western Sydney University MakerSpace is a facility offered by the School of Computing, Engineering & Mathematics. The facility is open on Thursdays from 1pm - 6pm and is located in Building Z at our Penrith Campus (opens in new window)Opens in a new window.It is an open public workshop, where you can Bring your Ideas to Life. We can offer equipment, advice and expertise to help make your idea a reality. Come and visit to see how we can help you! For more detail please check below links http://www.uws.edu.au/scem/school_of_computing_engineering_and_mathematics/makerspace

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  • HSC Study Guide
  • www.amt.edu.au
  • www.googlesciencefair.com
  • International Science and Engineering Fair
  • Science Talent Search.html
  • Competition
  • School of Computing Engineering and Mathematics Makerspace
  • www.aussieeducator.org.au
  • www.chiefscientist.gov.au
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