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Tips for VCE Students
« on: October 10, 2019, 07:23:05 pm »
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Hey AN!

🎓 I’ve been wanting to make this post for ages but haven’t found the time.
The tips and suggestions I make in this post are methods that work for me or work for others.

🎓 VCE can be is a stressful time. I know I’m not the only one who has googled “how to get a 99 ATAR” or “how to get a 50 in Legal”.
Over the past 12 months I have researched and cried and stressed over how I am going to do in Year 12.

🎓I went from doing superbly in Year 11 Biology to scraping by in Year 12, trust me you ain’t dumb YEAR 12 IS HARD.
To all those that are doing a Year 12 subject a year or two early, I applaud you because either your a genius or you’re incredibly motivated and dedicated.

🎓So in thread I will be posting a series of general and subject specific tips and advice from myself, and other people.
I get it, why listen to me… I’m only a Year 11 and I don’t fully understand the pressures of Year 12.

🎓While that may be very much true I have been exposed to and found some resources that may be of benefit.

🎓This year my school made us have meetings called “VCE Study Skills” where they talked about study timetables, and work life balance.
We also got the opportunity to listen to a lecturer from Elevate Education (I was able to attend both the Year 11 AND 12 lecture).

🎓I understand that you will have heard some of this before or may be posting links to sites you’ve already seen but I truly hope you take something away from this.

Topics
✏️ Goal Setting
📋Time Management
✒️Homework and Study Timetables
🤯 Memory and Learning
⏰ Productivity and Stress
📄  Tests and Exams Planning
🧪 Biology Tips and Resources
📖 English Tips and Resources
🧠 Psychology Tips and Resources
🧮Maths Tips and Resources
⚖️ Legal Subject Tips and Resources

To Be Completed (when I can find the time)
I don't do any of the following subjects so for me to collate the most useful resources would be decidedly more difficult than subjects I am completing so if any one wants to share their tips and resources for the following subjects if would definitely help so many people!
🩺 Health and Human Development Tips and Resources
📈 Business Management Tips and Resources
🏕️ Outdoor & Environmental Studies
💥 Chemistry Tips and Resources
📜History Tips and Resources
🗺️ Geography Tips and Resources
🏃🏻‍♀️PE Tips and Resources
🌎 Economics Tips and Resources

Also if there is a subject you want me to write about first just chuck me a PM and I'll do that requested ones first

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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2019, 07:32:13 pm »
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✏️✏️✏️Goal Setting✏️✏️✏️
Aim High
✏️Despite good intentions, most students will fall short of their ATAR goal, although there are many reasons why this happens, the most significant is the way we think.

✏️The majority of people also underestimate the time and effort required to complete tasks and achieve their goals. Students tend to misjudge the time it takes to complete homework and prepare for SAC’s and exams and underestimate the commitment required to get the marks they’re aiming for.

✏️The students who receive the high ATAR’s are the ones who have planned their success.

What does it take (according to TSFX)
But what if I’m terrible at that subject??!!
You may be stressed and wondering how do I improve in this subject?




✏️Here are my personal tips;
(These are general if you want subject specific check out the original post and I’ll be putting links to the subject specific sections :) )

✏️Email or go and find your teachers if you don’t understand any of the course content or if you miss class...make it habit! Write down your questions from the week/fortnight and email your teacher with them.

✏️REVISE - at the end of the week revise everything you’ve covered that week and at the end of each month revise all the content covered so far
If you have money for a tutor - fantastic!
If your school runs a study club - superb!
Alternatively make an appointment with your teacher to discuss/get feedback on homework, chapter questions, essays, ANYTHING!

✏️Get Ahead. Especially in science subjects having foundation understanding when you go into class makes it 100x easier to absorb information, understand and ask questions.

✏️Read your texts!!

Setting Achievable Goals
✏️So, let’s set some goals!
What you need to do is set goals that are maybe just a little above what you think you can manage if you put in hard work. Don’t do it for your mum or dad or because your brother got a great score, you have to do it for yourself.

✏️Aim high, Be Specific, Stay Focused and break your goals down into steps and then your steps into steps!

Bad Examples Of Goals:
❌Get a good ATAR
❌Get into a good uni for the course I want
❌Improve in (subject)
❌Do well in trial exams
❌Get into better study habits


Good Examples of Goals
✔️Get an ATAR over 85
✔️Get into MelbUni or Monash for a bachelor of Journalism
✔️Get 85% on my next English assessment
✔️Average a mark of 75% in trial exams
✔️Start studying 4 hours a week

✏️But wait. You’re not done!!

✏️Now you need to work out the steps you will take to achieve that goal and then break those steps into steps. Have a list of weekly and daily things you need to do in order to achieve that goal

✏️For study score related goals check out Deakin University’s Study Score Calculator here: https://atar-calculator.deakin.edu.au/vce-study-score-calculator/

✏️For ATAR goal use the atar calculator here: https://vce.atarcalc.com/

Other Goal Setting Rosources
ATAR Notes Article - How to set aims and goals https://atarnotes.com/aims-goals-standards/
Action For Happiness - Set your goals and make them happen https://www.actionforhappiness.org/take-action/set-your-goals-and-make-them-happen
ReachOut - Setting goals like a boss  https://www.actionforhappiness.org/take-action/set-your-goals-and-make-them-happen

« Last Edit: October 12, 2019, 06:53:20 am by J_Rho »
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2019, 08:23:18 pm »
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📋📋📋Time Management📋📋📋

Ways to effectively complete tasks

📋Effective time management is key throughout VCE make sure you;

📋 Tip #1
 Do your big tasks first, you’ll thank yourself later

📋Tip # 2
 Write a list of what you need to do each day and prioritise it

📋Tip # 3
Use the Eisenhower Matrix! Write down everything you need to do and insert them into the Eisenhower Matrix.

📋Tip # 4
 Use an app like ‘Forest’ or a Pomodoro timer

📋 Tip # 5
 TAKE REGULAR BREAKS! Don’t work for more then an hour at a time without a short break!

📋Tip # 6
MUSIC! I know most people love to listen to the tunes while working, and yes it definitely helps HOWEVER if you struggle with a topic and are trying to memorize it, trust me lose the music – you won’t remember the content.

📋 Other Time Managment Resources
6 essential time management tips for students https://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/news/Pages/stories/2018/stories_timemanagement.aspx
18 Best Time Management Apps and Tools
https://www.lifehack.org/articles/technology/top-15-time-management-apps-and-tools.html

« Last Edit: October 10, 2019, 08:33:11 pm by J_Rho »
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2019, 08:32:49 pm »
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✒️✒️✒️Homework and Study Timetables ✒️✒️✒️

Planning Regular Study Time

✒️A common method of setting study times is using an app like ‘MyStudyLife’ to put in your classes, upcoming tests and exams This app also allows you to write in your homework and tick it off like a checklist OR use the schedule to allocate a certain time on a certain day to study a subject, this only works if every week is the same.

✒️ I personally make a table in a word document and black out the times i’m working, exercising, volunteering or ‘me time’

✒️ My advice is to compete a study timetable every week, so you can work around your other commitments because VCE shouldn’t stop you from doing the things you love!

✒️Elevate education also have a pdf study timetable you can fill out online :) (its in the links below)

Revision

✒️For every topic you learn, use this revision rule - By the end of this cycle, the information is almost permanently stored in your long-term memory.

1 day after learning the new information
3 days after the first review
7 days after the second review
21 days after the third review
30 days after the fourth review
45 days after the fifth review
60 days after the sixth review

✒️If using flaschards check out the Leitner system/spaced repitition. I've inserted a link to it below. To put it simply there are 5 boxes. Every card starts out in Box 1. When you get a card right, it graduates to the next box. If you get a card wrong, it goes all the way back to Box 1 – no matter where it was. In this way, you ensure that you’re studying the material that challenges you often.

 Homework

✒️Very simple but it needs to be said

✒️ As soon as you receive homework from a teacher write it down in your diary or on a sticky note and at the end of the day collate it onto your to-do list.

✒️ If you only have homework for one subject, but its due in 2 weeks, DO IT NOW. Don’t put it off because you will get more homework and later on feel stressed and won’t be able to complete your work to the best of your ability.

  Homework and study timetable resources

Elevate education - study timetable https://austudent.elevateeducation.com/media/books-planner/study-timetable

Studiosity - Study timetable template and tips on how to nail your studies https://www.studiosity.com/student-resources/student-timetable-2019

CollegeInfoGeek - Using Spaced Repitition https://collegeinfogeek.com/spaced-repetition-memory-technique/
« Last Edit: November 14, 2019, 06:28:47 pm by J_Rho »
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #4 on: October 10, 2019, 08:44:39 pm »
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🤯🤯🤯Memory and Learning🤯🤯🤯

Effective Learning Techniques

🤯Research shows that we remember more of what we learn if we involve more parts of the brain.

🤯So, which method works best? DOING.

🤯This includes; Working through examination-style questions (80-85% retention rate) and teaching someone else (90-95% retention rate).

🤯When you're teaching and explaining what you’re learning in your own words (and out loud) you’re engaging in a technique known as elaborative rehearsal – this technique is key in transferring information from short term memory to long term memory. This technique decreases study time by 5 times allowing you to learn 5 times more in a set period of time.

🤯After a week, people retain;
10% of what they read or write
20% of what they hear
50% of what they hear and see (school classes)
70% of what they discuss
80% of what they do

Cramming
🤯Cramming can be an effective last minute technique but only for small volumes of information for a short period of time.

🤯Too much cramming can stun your long term memory and can set you up for anxiety attacks and mind blanks during exams. If you must cram do so in 5 to 10 minute blocks by reading materials out loud and then rephrasing what you’ve learned in your own words. Then take a 1 to 2 minute break to allow your brain to process the information.

🤯Get at least 5 hours of sleep so your learnings can anchor in long term memory and so you can function efficiently under test and exam conditions.

🤯Read chapter summaries in your textbooks and work through 2 to 3 past exam papers – but only those you have fully worked solutions to.

🤯Not ideal but if you do have to do it here is a proven method that limits brain overload

Step 1: Read through all the major headings and subheadings and subheadings in your chosen topic or sub-topic.
Step 2: Read the first sentence of each paragraph out loud.
Step 3: Make sure you UNDERSTAND what you’re reading.
Step 4: Read the first paragraph out loud and then see how much you can recall. Rephrase what you’ve read in your own words out loud.
Step 5: Read your chosen topic or subtopic out loud and rephrase into your own words at least once within 3 days after learning.
Step 6: Read through the topic out loud regularly.

Resources for Memory and Learning
Magnetic Memory Method - How to improve memory for studying
 https://www.magneticmemorymethod.com/improve-memory-for-studying/

GoConqr - 20 Study hacks to improve memory
https://www.goconqr.com/en/examtime/blog/study-hacks/

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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #5 on: October 11, 2019, 08:43:02 am »
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⏰⏰⏰Productivity and Stress⏰⏰⏰
Productivity Boosters

⏰ Some super simple facts about things that increase and decrease productivity

DECREASE Multitasking decreases your productivity and concentration by up to 40%
DECREASE Losing 1 hour of sleep reduces concentration by up to 30%
DECREASE Cluttered workspaces can make you feel overwhelmed and stressed and makes it easier for you to procrastinate
INCREASE Listening to a video game soundtrack while studying can improve concentration and problem solving capacity - one study even shows that 9/10 students IQ improved while listening to a video game soundtrack
INCREASE Avoiding junk food can raise your energy and productivity by 20%
INCREASE And a good mood makes you up to 15% more productive
INCREASE Things like exercise, fresh air and water can increase your productivity levels

⏰ Find your ‘power hours’ - this is the times of the day when your energy, focus and motivation are at their highest.
⏰ Use these hours to complete the difficult or challenging tasks.

⏰  DO NOT work on concentration intensive tasks when your alertness and energy levels are low.

⏰ Not only will you make silly mistakes, tasks will take more time and effort to complete, causing higher chance of demotivation and feeling overwhelmed.
 ⏰ Use the times when you are not motivated to eat, clean, relax, and answer emails.

⏰Use the last 10 minutes of each study session to review what you have learnt as this consolidates your understanding.

Managing Stress

⏰Having a work/rest balance is key to managing stress. Eating well, sleeping well, exercising and socialising are key to maintaining stress but also key to you performing at you best.

⏰Nutrition - Eating many small meals made up of complex carbs and protein allows your body to function at it's best as it has a good source of energy. Skipping breakfast, or any meal for that matter, leads to brain fogginess and your tummy demonstrating whale calls in the exam room.

⏰Caffeine - Coffee and energy drinks seem like a good short term alternative to keep you buzzing but in the long term it leads to dehydration, irritability, fatigue, and difficulty sleeping. A good alternative, if you must have caffeine, is tea as it contains 3 times less caffeine than coffee. I personally prefer cold water with lemon in it - it keeps me alert (not sure if it's just the fact im keeping hydrated or whether theres science behind it) and hydrated.

⏰Exercise - Studies have shown that students perform better if they exercise for 15 minutes before the exam

⏰Rest and Relaxation - Visualisation, muscle relaxation, guided meditation and breathing exercises allow you to slow your heart rate and calm your mind allowing you to focus with a clear mind.
Moment Meditation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6eFFCi12v8
Progressive Muscle Relaxation - https://www.verywellmind.com/how-do-i-practice-progressive-muscle-relaxation-3024400
Best Mediation Apps 2019 - https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/top-meditation-iphone-android-apps

⏰Sleep - One of the most vital things is getting enough rest not only does losing sleep greatly decrease productivity but it also increases stress! Get enough sleep so you’re not disadvantaging yourself.

⏰Cramming - seriously try not to cram especially if you are prone to mind blanks it will make it worse because it stuns your memory and can greatly increase your stress.

⏰Friends - Discussing tests, exams and assignments with friends can lower your stress and put things into perspective. Discussing topics with friends can consolidate you understanding and help your confidence.

⏰Seek help if you need it - sometimes it can get a bit much so don't be afraid to seek help!! If you don't want to speak to someone face to face you can chat with someone here:  https://headspace.org.au/eheadspace/
 
Other Productivity and Stress Resources
5 Ways to boost your focus and concentration
https://www.verywellmind.com/tips-to-improve-your-concentration-89846
10 foods that help boost concentration
https://www.health.com/food/10-foods-that-boost-concentration


« Last Edit: October 12, 2019, 07:37:43 am by J_Rho »
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2019, 10:11:12 am »
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This thread is so good. 👌👌👌 Amazing work - mind if we promote it?

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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #7 on: October 11, 2019, 12:39:09 pm »
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This thread is so good. 👌👌👌 Amazing work - mind if we promote it?

Hey Jospeh41, I don't mind at all - I'm just hoping someone finds it useful🤭
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #8 on: October 11, 2019, 01:13:47 pm »
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📄📄📄Test and Exam Planning📄📄📄

Create an Effective Exam Study Timetable

📄Determine how much time (in hours) you will need to prepare for exams

📄Determine how much time in hours could be spent on exam preparation each week if there were no after school commitments.

 Example:
Weekdays - 3 hours each day
Saturdays - 6 hours
Sundays - 4.5 hours

📄 This example would allow students to complete 17 (90 minute)  exam prep sessions per week



📄Calculate the time in weeks that will be required to prepare for your exams

Total time required (hours)/ time available each week (hours) = Weeks required

📄Plan to have all your learning completed one week before your first exam
This gives you a buffer that will compensate for any lost time

📄Allocate at least twenty 90 minute exam prep sessions for each subject

📄Determine how your subject materials will be divided between sessions

📄Rank each subject & topic in the order you would prefer to study them

            If homework is light and you are feeling psychologically strong - chose the topic ranked last (hardest)
            If you are feeling tired or unmotivated chose an ‘easy’ topic or small set of notes to revise
           As a general rule the topics you dislike are the ones that are harder/you struggle with and should be given attention before topics you know/like as
           you may need longer time to commit them to memory

Important Suggestions

📄 I'll try not to repeat myself but as I said in the productivity and stress post -HAVE A WORK/REST BALANCE - you'll never perform well if you are sleep deprived, hungry or mentally strong

📄Complete assigned homework before exam prep each day

📄Structure your study timetable so that the bulk of your exam prep is on weekends and when homework is light

📄 Read english texts/quotes out loud as it helps you commit information to you memory

📄Read as many A+ English essays as possible out loud to learn what makes an A+ essay

  Test and Exam Planning resources

Monash University - Preparing and exam study Time table https://www.monash.edu/rlo/study-skills/preparing-for-exams/preparing-an-exam-study-timetable

TopUniversities - Exam Prep: 10 Tips https://www.topuniversities.com/student-info/health-and-support/exam-preparation-ten-study-tips

Saint Lawrence University - How Should I Prepare For Tests and Exams
https://www.stlawu.edu/academic-support/how-should-i-prepare-tests-and-final-exams
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #9 on: October 11, 2019, 03:15:59 pm »
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🧪🧪🧪Biology Tips and Resources🧪🧪🧪

Top Tips

🧪 First of all i'm going to say that Biology can be a very rewarding but also difficult subject but if you are dedicated and focused you will reap the benifits.

🧪 Secondly dont rewrite your notes no matter how tempting as long as you can understand them they're fine - you have better uses for your time

🧪 Go to class with a foundation understanding of the topic going to be covered. This allows you to ask questions and develop a deeper understanding

🧪 Revise notes OFTEN!
Don’t get to the end of the year and realise you can't remember any of the content from unit 3

🧪 DIAGRAMS > WORDS
Use diagrams in your notes! The stuff I drew diagrams for I remember 110% more than the topics that I had NO diagrams for.

🧪 Praccy exams.

🧪 p r a c c y   e x a m s ! !

🧪  PRACCY EXAMS!!!
Possibly the best thing you can do to study for biology is exam style questions. The thing that people struggle with is the way in which you need to respond to questions and apply knowledge. Expose yourself to as many exam style questions as possible and you will be putting yourself in the best possible place to develop they way you answer and interpret questions.
But don't do praccy exams if youre NOT GOING TO MARK THEM!! Seriously be harsh. If you didn't use a key word specified in the examiner's report? NO MARK. write down everything you get wrong and I M P R O V E

🧪 Use the study design. Get familiar with it. It is your BEST FRIEND. Everything with it you can be examined on.

🧪 Ask questions of your teacher. There is no such thing as a dumb questions  and its improves your memory.

🧪 UNDERSTAND > MEMORISING
Understanding is key in this subject, as being able to memorise facts won’t really help you. You must understand why it happens and how it happens.Many students know their content really well in a specific scenario but as soon as it's in a slightly different context students have no idea how to answer so knowing the theory is super important.

🧪Write down everything you get wrong and use this regularly during revision

🧪 Listen to Douchy's Bio Podcast! Someone made a joke about it so i went and looked it up but BOY IS IT USEFUL

🧪Relate the content to real life - this makes concepts easier to understand and hella more interesting

Resources

GTAC Immunology Game
https://www.gtac.edu.au/gtacs-immunology-game/
Ok so this game is highly educational made by the Gene Technology Access Centre and literally saved me in Unit 3! I highly recommend playing it to consolidate you understanding of the chain of processes of the immune system.

Khan Academy - Biology
https://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology
I used Khan Academy to further consolidate what I didn’t fully understand. It’s really helpful because it's simply worded and most sections also have videos!!

PhonexxFire’s Biology Resource Thread
https://atarnotes.com/forum/index.php?topic=187239.msg1131267;topicseen#msg1131267
Man this thread is FANTASTIC and so is this one!
https://atarnotes.com/vce-biology-34-2018-resource-megaguide/

And memes omfg. There are some quality memes that can ACTUALLY HELP YOU! I’ve inserted a few in the attachments.



And if you are ever stuck on a question or not sure how you got it wrong check out the VCE Biology Question Thread here; https://atarnotes.com/forum/index.php?topic=151609.msg719477#msg719477

And if you want free notes try these websites!

VCE NOTES: Biology
https://freevcenotes.com/biology/

TSFX ATAR Central:
https://www.tsfx.edu.au/vce/atar-central/join/
ATAR Central is basically the notes section of ATAR Notes BUT they do 'freebie fridays' where they give out tips or notes. You can find the A+ biology notes here: https://www.tsfx.edu.au/vce/atar-central/vce-freebie-friday/ Under Year 12 then under Biology :)

J_Rho’s Unit 3 Biology Notes
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GfnYbw6vpvSljxBjF63RfNbKup9y7LVgMldSfMV7YP8/edit?usp=sharing

J_Rho’s Unit 4 Biology Notes
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ia3F6X6tN1nLleHcle3pyQ7XN3pbqUsr_XNtO-kMRPQ/edit?usp=sharing
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #10 on: October 11, 2019, 08:35:13 pm »
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WOW J_Rho!!! ;D ;D

These guides are absolutely fantastic and amazing! :D :D It will definitely help those doing their VCE and even those doing their HSC as well!
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #11 on: October 11, 2019, 09:55:26 pm »
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What an amazing thread  :D This is an absolute gem to have here on the forums, for VCE but also HSC and QCE students too  :) Love the work you're doing here, J_Rho  8) Keen to see more!

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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #12 on: October 11, 2019, 11:03:42 pm »
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surely J_Rho will get  PotM  award  ;)

Great thread btw, keeps getting bigger and bigger every time I come back to it  :D
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #13 on: October 11, 2019, 11:24:38 pm »
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Loving the thread, J_Rho!  :D

Re: adding photos mid-text
Try using an image uploader like Imgur, upload your photo and use the Mona Lisa button when you go to post (it should involve the code “img”). Once you have the code, copy and paste the Imgur link between the two sets of square brackets and add “.gif” or “.jpeg” to the link, if it doesn’t have one. If you’re unsure if it worked or not, you can use the preview button to check.
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Re: Tips for VCE Students
« Reply #14 on: October 12, 2019, 07:08:11 am »
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Thank you, everyone, for the kind words! It really means a lot!
I'm really glad that students will benefit from this.
Thank you AngelWings for the help on how to insert images :)
Also Mods, if you believe this tread would be more beneficial to more students in a different section (ie. National Education Discussion) or under a different title (ie. Tips and Resources For All Students or something... I can't come up with a good title) than feel free to edit/move it
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