This module of Studyvibe is designed to give you resources to help you stay in balance. This is especially important during this lead-up time to exams. Be is the best physical, mental and emotional shape possible to maximise your exam results.
et help for your chemistry homework! You'll find a variety of resources, from ask-an-expert, online converters and calculators, study guides, dictionaries, a review of math/science fundamentals, and examples of worked problems.
AUS-e-TUTE is an interactive learning resource being developed by experienced science teachers to provide free tutorials suitable for high school students.
Every AUS-e-TUTE tutorial is a single page explanation of a particular scientific concept written in easy to understand language suitable for high school students.
Each tutorial page has links to learning activities (games), tests, exams or drills, which are only available to AUS-e-TUTE members. Fully worked solutions are provided for all AUS-e-TUTE test and exam questions.
We have selected relevant material from MIT's introductory courses to support students as they study and educators as they teach the AP* Chemistry curriculum. This section is organized by the topics that you'll see on the chemistry exam.
Over 850 articles devoted to one idea: how to get more from life. Whether that involves doubling your reading rate, learning more with less studying, beating procrastination or just understanding other people‚??and yourself.
A good essay is easy to read because the ideas are clearly expressed and logically organised. The writer also demonstrates familiarity with important issues and concepts relevant to the topic. Read more....
You can't escape the fact that if you're a student, you also need to study. Exams are something that nobody really looks forward to. While most of us groan at the thought of study, it doesn't have to be difficult. With the right kinds of strategies in place you can develop a series of good habits that will make studying and dealing with exams much easier.
The HSC Online English node site is being updated to take account of the changes to modules, electives and prescribed texts in all the 2009-12 HSC English courses.
Please check this site regularly for updated Student material which provides additional support for Year 12 students.
FreeBookNotes.com is the original and largest literature study guide search engine on the web. We have meticulously scoured the web to track down and index all of free book notes, free cliff notes, free study guides, free book summaries, chapter summaries, and analysis available on the web for thousands of books, plays, and poems from over 10 study guide and summary providers.
When studying any topic, the goal is to make the information "stick." But the best methods for doing this will differ from topic to topic.
When you study terms (definitions) for a history exam, the best way to make the information stick is to understand the term in context, or understand how it relates to other terms and facts.
Document analysis is a key skill in historical interpretation. It is not a mere summary or description of what happened, but rather an analysis of the motivation, intent and purpose of a document within a particular historical context.
This section provides an introduction to some of the vast resources available on the Internet to support Stages 4 and 5 Geography. This is by no means an exhaustive list of the resources available, but is intended to provide a starting point for further study. Each of the areas of study have been divided into sub-categories, and some of these sub-categories will actually be relelvant for more than one area of study.
The Online Maths Teacher for Australian Students
You can't stop and rewind the teacher in the classroom, and most kids are too shy or embarrassed to put their hand up and ask a question.
What if you could get the teacher to go over things again, in a friendly and easy to understand way?
With Maths Online, you can!
We have selected relevant material from MIT's introductory courses to support students as they study and educators as they teach the AP* Calculus curriculum. This section is organized by the topics that you‚??ll see on the calculus exam.
Highlights of Calculus is a series of short videos that introduces the basics of calculus‚??how it works and why it is important. The intended audience is high school students, college students, or anyone who might need help understanding the subject.
Topics include: ntroduction to the History and Science of Psychology; Neuroscience and Behavior; Nature and Nurture of Behavior; The Developing Person; Sensation and Perception; States of Consciousness; Learning; Memory; Thinking, Language, and Intelligence; Motivation; Emotion; Stress, Health and Work; Personality; Social Psychology.
Physics Study Guide is a featured book on Wikibooks because it contains substantial content, it is well-formatted, and the Wikibooks community has decided to feature it on the main page or in other places.
We have selected relevant material from MIT's introductory courses to support students as they study and educators as they teach the AP* Physics curriculum. This section is organized by the topics that you???ll see on the physics exam.
What sorts of things get physicists (or wannabe physicists, like the teacher of this class) excited? Is it the dream of building grand intellectual edifices capable of describing the Universe with amazing accuracy and elegance? Or, perhaps, discovering something so unexpected that it totally blows your mind? Maybe it's simply the act of doing physics! Whatever the case, there are certainly many things in physics to get excited about, and we'll explore some of them in this class.
ATAR stands for Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank. The ATAR reports your rank position relative to all other students. It takes into account the number of students who sit the WACE exams in any year and also the number of people of Year 12 school leaving age in the total population.