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Free VCE Lectures This January: Why You Should Attend

By ATAR Notes - VCE in News & Events
9th of January 2020
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As you may have seen, this January, ATAR Notes is running totally free, totally awesome free lectures for Units 3&4 subjects, Units 1&2 subjects, and Year 10 subjects, in conjunction with RMIT and TuteSmart. Here’s everything you need to know.

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ABOUT ATAR NOTES LECTURES

ATAR Notes is by students, for students. Since 2015, we have delivered 780 completely free lectures across Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland, filling more than 100,000 seats. Thousands of students have benefitted from top-quality lectures, paying not even a single cent.

Last year was a huge year for our VCE lectures, and in 2020, we want to take them even further! This series, we’re offering free lectures for a huge range of subjects, across five locations.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT

These lectures have been designed to help you get a head start on your subjects, increase your confidence, and boost your marks as much as possible through 2020. Focusing on key content from the study design, these lectures will run you through what you need to know, and let you in on tips and tricks from past high-achievers.

On the day, there will be time to ask your lecturers any questions you have (we encourage it!), chat to the ATAR Notes team about all things VCE and study, and check out RMIT (Units 3&4 lectures) and TuteSmart (Units 1&2 and Year 10 lectures).

You can see what ATAR Notes lectures are like by watching this quick video:

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BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

Attending these lectures will give you an advantage over other students. Whichever lecture you attend, it will set you up for 2020 success by giving you:

> an overview of important content and topics to be aware of
> a head start into tricky areas so you don’t fall behind in class
> more confidence in tackling your subjects in 2020
> top tips and tricks for the best ways to study and revise for SACs and exams
> the chance to speak with some of VCE’s best tutors about your subjects and goals

Places are filling up FAST, so don’t delay! You can book for as many lectures as you like. Make sure your friends do, too!

 


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SUBJECTS ON OFFER

This series, we have SIXTY-NINE free lectures on offer across 18 Units 3&4 subjects, five Units 1&2 subjects, three Year 10 subjects, and the UCAT.

You can browse all of the lectures here; as there are so many lectures, you might need to click onto the next page to find what you’re looking for!

 

Check out the full timetable:

Free VCE lectures by ATAR Notes

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DATES

These lectures will run from Monday 13 January until Friday 17 January.

 

ABOUT YOUR LECTURERS

Our lecturers this series are the best of the best. Not only do they know their syllabuses inside out, they’re also recent graduates themselves.

This means you get the best of both worlds: clear explanations about content and expectations, but also a past-student perspective from a high-achieving graduate. 🤙 We’re talking Premier’s Awards, we’re talking 99+ ATARs, we’re talking serious experience. You’re in for a treat!

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LOCATION

Units 3&4 lectures are held at RMIT, in Building 80 (a short walk from Melbourne Central Station).

Units 1&2 lectures and Year 10 lectures are held at TuteSmart locations across Victoria: Camberwell, Melbourne City, Moonee Ponds, and Mulgrave. See more about the locations here.

 

HOW TO BOOK

You can book your free lectures here. Simply scroll to the events you want (there are a few pages of lecture events, so you may need to click through the pages to find later events) to book and fill in the details. Remember: places are filling quickly, so please let your friends know, and don’t miss out!

You are totally welcome to attend as many lectures as you like – you just need to book! 🙂

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COMMENTS (4)

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    sarah15

    16/01/2020

    Hi! Do you hold lectures every holidays? Like in the term 1, 2 and 3 breaks aswell?

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      Nick McIndoe

      20/01/2020

      Hi Sarah! We sure do. :)

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    talia44

    20/01/2020

    Hi! Where can I find the lecture slides from the recent lectures held Monday 13 January to Friday 17 January?

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      Nick McIndoe

      20/01/2020

      Hey Talia! Try this link. :) https://atarnotes.com/notes/?pag=1&state=3720&key=slides&sort=date

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