QCE English resources – keen?
For many students, English is the subject. The one they really want to ace. Being one of the most popular subject across the state, there is naturally a whole heap of competition. Luckily for you, we have a whole heap of free QCE English resources – in this article, we’ll focus on Units 1&2.
If you want to be the first to know about new QCE English resources, make sure you’ve created your free ATAR Notes account. It’ll literally take like ten seconds – what a great investment of time!
What better place to start? No matter time of day or time of year, you can access literally hundreds and hundreds of free sets of QCE notes. If you’re looking for QCE English notes specifically, you can find them here. These notes are varied: quote lists, sample essays and responses, summaries and notes – you can find them all.
These notes have been uploaded by past students with the single purpose of helping out future students. When the time comes, we’d love for you to upload yours, too!
We have a heap of free Units 1&2 videos across a whole range of QCE subjects, taking you through some of the most important aspects of subject curricula. Here’s the very first video in the series:
But you can find the full series – plus videos for lots of other QCE subjects – on our free videos page. If you like, you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel to make sure you’re the first to know about new videos – we’re uploading new content all the time!
Written something, but not sure how to improve it? Want a different perspective on your piece? Perhaps you’re looking for detailed feedback on how you can improve?
If that’s you, you’re in luck; we have an entire section dedicated to free QCE marking and feedback.
You can learn more about how it works here, but if you’re ready to post your work, simply make a new topic! You can get feedback from past and current students about your strengths, your weaknesses, and what to look out for in future. Solid.
If you have any questions at all about QCE English, why not ask them on our dedicated QCE English boards? Join the community, get involved, and see your marks improve!
We hear you! We’ll be offering heaps of new (and varied – very exciting!) QCE English resources, and we’d love for you to be the first to know. If you haven’t already, the first step is simply to make an ATAR Notes account. 😍