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Introducing the Interstate Discussion and Comparison board
« on: January 20, 2020, 11:49:30 am »
Interstate Discussion and Comparison

Over the last few years ATAR Notes has expanded from a VCE-centric forum to become much more national with the addition of a plethora of HSC and QCE users and resources.

That is why we are introducing a place where users from everywhere across Australia can discuss school subjects without the need to adhere specifically to a single state’s syllabus. i.e. As one would need to in the VCE Science section of this forum. This allows users to learn from those in other states, teach those in other states and see the differences between what everyone learns during high school.

Over the Science Games, which begin on the 20th of January, there will be many science related threads for the subjects of chemistry, biology, physics and psychology along with more general threads which cover experiments and experimental design. These can be found on the Interstate Discussion and Comparison Board.

Posting on these threads will generate users points in the science games. At the end of these games, there will be prizes in the form of CUSTOM TITLES available for those who place most highly in total points.

To ask a question or make a post, you will first need an ATAR Notes account. You probably already have one, but if you don't, it takes about four seconds to sign up - and completely free!