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J_Rho's VCE Journey

Part 2 (Year 12)
Happy New Year!

Due to my "new year, new start" mentality I'm doing a little recap/intro thing to get me back into the school focused mindset and as an intro into the second part of my VCE journey - Year 12 - dun dun dahhhh.
Going into this year is daunting, to say the least, and honestly, I'm not ready to do year 12 - I want to go back to Year 7 where it was chill and the work was easy and I could muck around a little in class and it didn't matter but alas I'm getting older and I've reached my final year. To all the other Year 12's or those doing a 3/4 subject; lets rock this shit. Our own hard work determines where we go and to be completely honest I didn't take my 3/4 subject very seriously I was just vibing and then towards the end of the year, I started realising oh shit, if I got a good study score my ATAR would be better then if I got a lousy study score - now I always knew this but it never really hit home so to speak. So this year I'll be taking 5 subjects and pretending as if I didn't do a 3/4 because my score was so bad imma pretend it neverrr happeneddddd.

Subjects

English: Look, I'm crap at English, I can't write an essay to save my life - I love and am good at reading but writing yeah nah. The higest I've scored on an essay is a B, and we were given the prompt on Friday so I had the weekend to write an essay and memorise it so i don't think it even counts. English is probably going to be a difficult subject but I think I can really improve with hard work.

Further Maths: I wanted to do methods but my school wouldn't allow me to as I hadn't done 1/2 (because it clashed with my 3/4 last year) so that toats sucks but I have very high goals for this subject I KNOW with hard work I can be getting those 100%'s like yeah yr 12 is harder but last year with a little revision I can get  95%+ like come on not to blow my own horn but I got the top-scoring result in the mid-year exam and I DIDNT EVEN HAVE A CALCULATOR. I'd love a 45+ in this subject but tbh I'm not really caring about numbers I'm just gonna aim for (and study for) 100% on assessments and see where that gets me.

Legal Studies: I love Legal. The teacher is good, I seemed to have a natural affinity for it last year (perhaps cause it's really relatable to everyday life) the Year 12 content seems hard but not too hard and I'm super keen. The teacher actually wants us to do well which is awesome cause most other teachers just want us to pass. I'd love to come out with a 45+ study score as I think this is one of my strongest subjects.

Psychology: Last year, the class was a flop. The teachers...teaching style...was different and to put it in perspective, our class learnt more in a class with a substitute teacher then we had the whole year. Anyways, we have a new teacher! my Bio teacher, now I know i complain about teacher a fair but but he really honestly just reads off powerpoints and it sucks but hopefully this year is better! I like-ish this subject but It's a bit ehh

Health and Human Development: Ahhhh look, I don't wanna be in this class. It's full of all the students who don't care which is good but bad - 'easier' for me to be rank 1 but horrible to be surrounded by people that don't care. I'm doing this subject cause I basically had no other choice. Hopefully, I'll find some interest to make studying for it a little better.

School Goals
My goal is to do well, look after myself and have fun. That's a little more wholesome than "my goal is to achieve a 90+ ATAR'
Basically my school goal is a 90+ ATAR and the title of dux - its gonna be motherfking hard but I'm willing to work for it...i mean im literally about to start on making unit 3 notes for HHD and I've already started Psych, and Legal
GOAL: 94+ ATAR
Mini Goal #1: Maintain physical and Mental Health
Mini Goal #1:
Maintain physical and mental health

Strategies
Meditate for 15 minutes each day
Read for an hour before bed
Drink 2L of water a day
Go to bed at 10 pm and wake at 6 am

Mini Goal #2: 97% Grade Average for Further Maths, HHD, Psychology and Legal
Mini Goal #2:
97% Grade average in Further Maths, HHD, Psychology and Legal

Strategies
Complete checkpoints and topic tests after every topic/AOS
Complete a practise exam a week (starting July)
Revise all notes every Sunday

Mini Goal #3: 95% Grade Average in English
Mini Goal #3:

Strategies
Write an essay a week and get it marked
Complete a practise exam a week (starting July)
Ask questions and get regular feedback form teacher
Document mistakes and weaknesses

Other Goals
My goal for outside of school is to do a lot more within my community, namely VICSES, I want to make an impact this year and beyond in the community engagement and juniors areas. I also want to get my P's by my birthday week and make 10 grand by the end of the year.

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[b]Date:[/b][b]Classes:[/b]*What classes you had, what you worked on, what you enjoyed/found difficult, rate your productivity[b]Homework/To-Do:[/b]*what you have to complete with due dates[b]Work/Social:[/b]*Talk about work; how often you worked, funny stories, annoying things*talk about ses; how was training, what did you do, have you attened any incidents recently, funny stories etc.[b]Goals:[/b]*Address what you're doing well and what needs to improveEg. Exercise every day for the recommended 90 minutesAim/Acheive for 95+% on all assessmentsWrite an essay a weekAcheive my study score goals: English (37), Further (47), Psychology (45), Legal (47), HHD (45)Update my journal regularly  8)Use Sundays to revise all my notes from all my subjectsTest myself regularly (spaced repitition) using flash cardsAim to complete homework the day it is recievedStudy 5 hours a week per subjectComplete checkpoints and topic tests regularlySkim through coursework over the summer holidays - creating notes and flashcardsHave a study timetable to regulate my spaced repitition learning and assign time to write an essay

It's going to be a big fun year.
Your hard yards determine your place  - Don't wait for motivation, persistence will always win.
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« Reply #121 on: January 01, 2020, 06:15:48 pm »
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I'm not ready to do year 12 - I want to go back to Year 7 where it was chill and the work was easy and I could muck around a little in class and it didn't matter but alas I'm getting older and I've reached my final year.
I think about this a lot and I just wish I could time travel and relive those happy days, where there were more laughs than cry fests. You're nearly there! Just keep pushing and you'll emerge a warrior!

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i mean im literally about to start on making unit 3 notes for HHD and I've already started Psych, and Legal
Wow, you're so ahead! That's great! It's pushing me to finish my chemistry homework!

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« Reply #122 on: January 01, 2020, 07:23:13 pm »
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I think about this a lot and I just wish I could time travel and relive those happy days, where there were more laughs than cry fests. You're nearly there! Just keep pushing and you'll emerge a warrior!
hahah yes i miss how fun the science lessons were and how easy the maths was!! Thanks for the motivation!

Wow, you're so ahead! That's great! It's pushing me to finish my chemistry homework!
Yes, you'll get there! How are you finding the chemistry work?

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« Reply #123 on: January 22, 2020, 01:02:13 pm »
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Holidays are coming to an end

22 January 2020

It is safe to say, I over anticipated how productive I would be over these holidays. I've been caught up in work, work, and been too tired to study or I've been going to the shops with mum so I can drive and get my hours up and I have not made the time to actually put pen to paper, like now, when I've sat down to get some study done and I've found myself here, writing this.
I tried to keep myself accountable with lollies, but instead of having self-control and allowing myself a lolly every time I achieved a task, I ate them all. The most productive thing I've done is get myself another job so that now I am trained in 3 departments in my job (Lifeguards, Aquatics Team, and Frontline Staff) which is cool and I only have 29 more hours to go until I reach 120 hours which is all good and well but I'm too broke to afford a car

I'm not prepared to start school again, I'm excited but I'm also terrified cause I'm not so sure I can actually do well cause English is my weakest subject. I have an A4 page of tasks to get done in the next 5 days and I AM PROCRASTINATING SO HARD.
Today I am going to get shit done and IDC if I'm up till 2 am I'm just going to get it done cause I don't wanna be going back to school not feeling like I have a head start!
Maths: Exercise 2A
Legal: Activity 2.1 Q1-3
Legal: View and take notes on this https://www.thelegalstudiesguy.com/u3-aos1

Psych: Edrolo 2A & 2B
HHD: Holiday Homework Booklet
HHD: Edrolo Prerequisites of H & W determined by WHO

English: Transition Booklet
English: Annotate the Lieutenant pg 1 - 100

I'll be back when I'm finished!!! Hopefully that's around 7 pm, once I've done my tasks i hope to be much more useful around the forums!
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« Reply #124 on: January 25, 2020, 09:33:19 am »
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Update RE: Holidays are coming to an end

25 January 2020

Okay well there was a change of plans and I had to go to Melbourne to visit my great grandmother so I didnt get much done at all but today I have nothing on this morning (work at 1 pm - 3 pm), free on Sunday and am deployed on Monday to the RCC and Tuesday should be revising what I've done over the holidays (work 3:45 - 6) and then RELAXINGGGGGG.

Today
HHD - Chapter 1 Questions and Flashcards
HHD - Prerequisites for H&W
Legal - Take notes 27 - 37
Psychology - Exercise 2D
English - Read Station Eleven (8 - 10pm)

Sunday
English - Transition Booklet Questions (get half of them done)
English - Annotate the Lieutenant pg 1 - 160
Maths - Exercise 2B & 2C
English - Annotate the Lieutenant pg 160 - 302
English - Transition Booklet Questions
Maths - Exercise 2D & 2E (and 2F-1 if I have time)
Legal - Activity 2.3
Psychology - Exercise 2E & Ch 2 Summary
English - Read Station Eleven (8pm - 10pm)

Monday
English - Annotate Station Eleven

Tuesday
English - Annotate Station Eleven
Maths - Exercise 2F-1, 2F- 2, 2G, 2H
If I have time:
Create character and theme summaries for the lieutenant and station eleven

I have to get this done like I need to have it done by Tuesday for school on Wednesday
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« Reply #125 on: January 26, 2020, 08:11:55 pm »
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Got a fair, but not big chunk of my work done today. I am hoping to get a maths exercise tonight, and if i get up early enough tomorrow I'd like to try and get two maths tasks done before I leave for the RCC at 8am, and Tuesday is gonna be all about finish it off and preparing for schooool

Current To Do for the rest of today, tomorrow and tuesday
English - Annotate the Lieutenant pg 160 - 302
Maths - Exercise 2B & 2C
Maths - Exercise 2D & 2E
Maths - Exercise 2F-1, 2F- 2, 2G, 2H
If I have time:
Create character and theme summaries for the lieutenant and station eleven
English - Annotate Station Eleven
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« Reply #126 on: February 01, 2020, 04:32:29 pm »
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Year 12 - Week 1

My school week started on Wednesday which began with a 45-minute whole school assembly followed by a 25 minute year 12 assembly, the rest of the week was cruisy but exhausting but worth it because on Friday one of my friends went up the street and bought us all ice cream sandwiches.

Subjects

English:This week we covered the theme of courage in The Lieutenant and we were given a layout of what we would focus on each lesson and the exact dates for our first two SACs. Overall my productivity was about a 6/10

Further Maths: Need to make sure I'm up to date and remember that we cover an exercise or 2 per session, I wasn't productive and got distracted by my friends due to the the horse shoe seating arrangment. Need to work on this - productivity was 3/10

Legal Studies: Went over task words and the study design for the first two lessons, got a 5/6 for my essay need to ask how I lost 1 mark productivity was good tho 8/10

Psychology: Havent had a Psychology class yet

Health and Human Development: This class sucks, but its easy so I feel like i really shouldn't drop it need to remind myself i gotta be persistent and just DO it. Productivity was 5/10

Homework/To-Do:
English - complete book mark task ✔️
- find quotes on courage
Further Maths - Exercise 2C - 2H ✔️
Legal- Take notes pg 38 - 45
- Answer questions 1-4 (Activity 2.4 on p.41)
Psychology - Chapter 2 Questions
HHD - Hand in transition booklet

Work/Social:
Worked every day except Monday, nothing very interesting happened and was pretty tiring
I attended an awareness session at an SES about an hour away, and to be honest it was useless it was pretty common knowledge but we did a Maccas run afterward so it was worth it. I also missed a community engagement meeting which I was bummed about cause I love CommEd and want to get super involved but I did message the Deputy Controller of CommEd and gave her my ideas so all is well. I've also been asked by the Deputy Controller of Assets to help him with some projects such as vehicle tick sheets, and setting up a "turnout desk" with vehicle keys, things you need for certain jobs, etc.

And as a reminder to myself and others...
Your hard work determines your place  - Don't wait for motivation, persistence will always win.
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« Reply #127 on: February 05, 2020, 03:13:21 pm »
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Year 12 - Week 2

My school week basically ends today as we have our swimming carnival tomorrow, as Friday is a chill day because teachers don't expect students to either A. be at school the day after carnival or B. Be performing at their best. This week dragged but somehow went fast at the same time.
Subjects

English: This week we covered the theme of loyalty in The Lieutenant. Overall my productivity was about a 8/10

Further Maths: Ahead of the class - productivity was 6/10

Legal Studies: Was given our first 4 sac dates and some homework 7/10

Health and Human Development: This class sucks, i hate it so so so so much but i have to push through and get that 40+ ss Productivity was 4/10

Homework/To-Do:
English - find quotes on courage & loyalty
Further Maths - 2I Assignment
Legal- Take notes pg 38 - 45
Psychology - Watch 3A & 3B
HHD - Complete homework & hand in transition booklet

Work/Social:
I've be super super busy and I'm keen for Friday as it'll be my first day off from work in like 11 days which is ages for me as I usually only work 3 days a week but hey! money! I also had an SES swim test yesterday, were we had to wear all our gear and swim 100m and tread water for 2 min, E A S Y! Rant: But no none of the blokes i swum with could swim so I was stuck behind all these blokes struggling and here I am treading water when i could have been swimming because one of my strokes is equivalent to about 4 of their strokes, I was embarresed to swim with them like I understand people aren't strong swimers (hell im not a strong swimmer) but these blokes where like at a 60 degree angle to the water surface (almost upright) with freestyle arms. Bloody rediculous considering these guys want to be swift water technicals so working in flash flood and swift river conditions. Rant over.
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« Reply #128 on: February 05, 2020, 06:57:20 pm »
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All I gotta say is I hope you ace year 12... well I think I’m not

Also got a sac for plasma membranes have you done this sac for bio what you do ? To study
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« Reply #129 on: February 09, 2020, 08:35:58 am »
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All I gotta say is I hope you ace year 12... well I think I’m not

Also, got a sac for plasma membranes have you done this sac for bio what you do? To study
Thank you, I'm sure you will be rewarded for the effort you put in - make sure you don't fall down the same path I did last year, study more than trying to find the best way to study or the best resources (as last year I overplanned and never got anything done) your teacher should give you all the content you need for your sac so make sure you study what they've taught but also get other peoples perspectives and if you can definitely do practice questions on plasma membranes
My SAC on plasma membranes we did 2 pracs during the week and then when we did the sac we were given a list of words and we had to write an essay using these words and explaining how it related to the prac's we had done. ie. 'cholesterol' and then I described how cholesterol functions in a plasma membrane and how it helps amoeba function
The revision I did for this sac was revising the prac making sure I knew everything and revising my plasma membrane notes - we weren't told what the sac would be (we all thought it would be multiple choice and extended response) so I just revised everything relating to the sac
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« Reply #130 on: February 15, 2020, 07:59:35 pm »
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Year 12 Week 3 - Entry #1

I dont know why but this week has be exhausing, like everyday, especially tuesday, felt like a friday in October!
I have a mega headache after working 8am - 5pm and only getting about 4 and a bit hours sleep last night so this will probably be short.

Class Summary
English: This week we covered the theme of duty & obedience and choice an freedom in The Lieutenant. Overall my productivity was about a 4/10

Further Maths: Didnt have a teacher this week and I've done jack shit hahaha 0/10

Legal Studies: Done some sac revison but not much 3/10

Psychology: Again didn't have a teacher and didn't do anything

Health and Human Development: Moved out of this class! YESS

Biology: IM MAD. my school wont let me do the first sac cause 'the sac date has passed and itll be too stressful on the teacher to mark your sac too' even tho the class only did their sac last week AND the teacher hasnt even started marking them

Homework/To-Do:
English:
• Write a paragraph on duty/obedience
• Write a paragraph on choice/freedom

Further Maths:
• Ch3 Questions
• Edrolo chapter check 2
Legal Studies:
• Chapter 2 & 3 Notes
• Flashcards
• Edrolo notes
Psychology:
• Study Chapter 2 & 3 for SAC
• Make Flash cards
• Make notes
• Do Practice questions
Biology:
• Study Chapter 3
• Make Flash cards
• Do Practice questions

Work / Social
Again been very very busy working a total of 26 hours this week, had SES training on Wednesday and am feeling very run down and exhausted. Like i live in constant tiredness but like its worse than usual which shouldn't be surprising given I now permanently work 5 days a week with one job and doesn't account for my other jobs which I get rostered on differently each week. y a y. I really need to decrease my workload
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« Reply #131 on: February 19, 2020, 08:05:15 pm »
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Year 12 Week 4 - Entry #1

B r u h. I can't even. I don't know why I'm behind or why it feels like I've missed a week of class but like wow can I go back to Year 7.
One (stressful) positive is that I've bugged my senior school coordinator enough that she is letting me do the Bio SAC (at least that's what my teacher said)! Yay.
I have a list of shit to get done by the end of the week and I am NOT going to log in until I've done it and I'll treat myself to some skittles
If not then I will wear a virtual cone of shame.

To Do
Maths
- Edrolo Ch 1 & 2 Check
- 2I

Legal Revision
- Checkpoints
- Edrolo notes
- flash cards

Biology Revision
- Checkpoints
- Edrolo notes
- flashcards
- poster notes
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« Reply #132 on: February 19, 2020, 11:49:09 pm »
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B r u h. I can't even. I don't know why I'm behind or why it feels like I've missed a week of class but like wow can I go back to Year 7.
One (stressful) positive is that I've bugged my senior school coordinator enough that she is letting me do the Bio SAC (at least that's what my teacher said)! Yay.
I have a list of shit to get done by the end of the week and I am NOT going to log in until I've done it and I'll treat myself to some skittles
If not then I will wear a virtual cone of shame.
That's awesome that you are able to do the bio SAC, i'm so happy for you! You're not the only one who wants to go back to year 7, I am so overwhelmed with the workload that seems to be never ending.
Enjoy you skittles!
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« Reply #133 on: February 20, 2020, 08:01:15 pm »
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That's awesome that you are able to do the bio SAC, i'm so happy for you! You're not the only one who wants to go back to year 7, I am so overwhelmed with the workload that seems to be never ending.
Enjoy you skittles!

Hey Geoo, thanks for the relpy!!
Yeah im really happy im now just waiting on the teacher to give me the details of when it will be and the practical reference materials
So much for staying logged off, i had to ask a question and now im being sucked into a hole of procrastination so this will be short!!

To Do
Maths
- Edrolo Ch 1 & 2 Check
- 2I

Legal Revision
- Checkpoints
- Edrolo notes
- flash cards

Biology Revision
- Checkpoints
- Edrolo notes
- flashcards
- poster notes

hopefully ill be done by tomorrow and ill have a NEW to do list!
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« Reply #134 on: February 29, 2020, 05:33:11 pm »
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I'm back - Only 9 days late

29 February 2020

Well alas, I am back! and I have completed what I was trying to complete and I shall ashamedly admit that yes it took me 9 days to be bothered enough to complete the Chapter checks on Edrolo. I went and spoke to the assistant principal about not being allowed to sit the Biology SAC and I'm now allowed to do it as the coordinator was not allowed to use my score from last year or stop me from sitting the SAC - was a little bit weird why she said 'No' but that's in the past and I'm just going to assume she was misinformed about how it worked or something. I've also completed a Legal SAC and a Psychology SAC in which I am yet to receive results for but it is estimated ill know by Friday for Legal and the week after for Psych. I also have an English practice SAC this Thursday! Also to those who come from an underrepresented school are eligible for a tutoring network called 'RESN' you can register here and they will get back to you within 24 hours and the help I have gotten is SO GOOD, you "ask a question" and a tutor has to get back to you in 24 hours but it's usually less than that! I asked a question the other day around 10 pm and someone got back to me in 20 minutes with a detailed and helpful reply - think ATARNotes but you questions HAVE to be answered. I've attached a spoiler with an example of the help I have received
Spoiler

Hopefully, some of you are able to make use of that awesome resource

How has everyone else been going at school/outside of school??

To Do
Further Maths:
* Height and Arm Span Assignment ( Due Friday )

Legal Studies:
*Pg 111 - 6 practice questions ( Due Wednesday )
*Pg 107 - Questiosns 1 - 5 ( Due Wednesday )
*Texbook Summary - Ch2 & 3

Psychology:
*Edrolo Notes: Ch1, 2 & 3

Biology:
*SAC Study (SAC ON TUESDAY)
*Edrolo Ch3, Ch4, Ch5
*A3 Revision Posters

English:
*Paragraph on courage
* Essay ( Practice for Pracice SAC on Thursday )
*Rooke key moment analysis
*Quote document

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2020:  English 3/4, Further Maths 3/4, Legal Studies 3/4, Psychology 3/4, Biology 3/4
Aspirations: Paramedicine

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