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October 20, 2021, 02:07:13 pm

Author Topic: HSC Modern History Question Thread  (Read 236734 times)  Share 

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Re: HSC Modern History Question Thread
« Reply #1350 on: November 16, 2020, 10:23:26 am »
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Hey,

My teacher tells me to hand-write my notes, but I am more interested in learning the content and gathering large, neat, comprehensive digital notes of which I can quickly read over and reference to when I need it.

I was wondering what other students do? Or what other high achievers in Modern History did for their notes?

Perhaps I ought to do a combination of both...I'm not sure......
« Last Edit: November 18, 2020, 05:26:45 am by 0447940204 »
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Re: HSC Modern History Question Thread
« Reply #1351 on: September 16, 2021, 11:29:08 am »
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Hi, year 11 going to year 12 here. I was wondering what equipment you recommend for modern history and what is useful when studying? My school hasn't provided an equipment list and I wanted advice from people who have done the course.

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Re: HSC Modern History Question Thread
« Reply #1352 on: September 16, 2021, 09:33:58 pm »
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Hi, year 11 going to year 12 here. I was wondering what equipment you recommend for modern history and what is useful when studying? My school hasn't provided an equipment list and I wanted advice from people who have done the course.

Hey jaidaswift,

I'd say equipment doesn't really matter, and you should already have a pretty good idea of what your setup is from your prelims. At least in my school, we were given textbooks and printouts as required, and I opted to use a binder and loose leaf with pens and highlights since that worked really well for me in prelims (although I ended up switching to fully digital later in the year for ease of use and online learning). If you really do want a definitive equipment list though, I recommend you reach out to your teacher and see what they recommend, as they'll be able to give you some advice on how they plan to teach and if they expect you to take notes/do essay plans and whatnot (although you should also have a fair idea of this from prelims!)

Year 12 really isn't that different from year 11, so much of what you already know can be applied here. Hope this helps!
« Last Edit: September 16, 2021, 09:36:37 pm by Justin_L »
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