How much time could you save by having an experienced VCE teacher take you through the revision process instead of doing it all on your own?
Quality revision programs (such as those delivered by TSFX) give students the chance to revise large amounts of information in a time-efficient and cost-effective way. In fact, you will cover 5 times more information in our revision lectures than if you were to work through the same materials on your own.
Therefore, if you’re prepared to invest 8 hours of your school holidays to attend a TSFX revision program – you’ll save at least 40 hours in study time!
How much time could you save if you had a thorough set of A+ notes for all your subjects?
In the weeks leading up to the exams, you can’t afford to waste time writing notes from which to base your learning. It is the actual learning and application of the knowledge you’ve acquired that has the biggest impact on examination marks – not writing or re-writing materials.
How many extra marks could you get if you had more time to revise & to work through extra exam papers?
If you’re aiming for the higher study scores, you’ll need to find the time to work through at least 15 exam papers and assessment reports in each VCE study. This won’t be possible if you waste time writing notes, or by using ineffective and time-consuming learning techniques.
We therefore recommend that you learn from your text books, or from the A+ notes that are provided at our exam revision lectures. You can then use the time saved to work through additional examination questions and develop stronger problem-solving and application skills. Working through past VCAA exams will also ensure that you’ve been exposed to every examinable concept, particularly as some text books do not cover topics to the standard expected in the VCE exams.
How long would it take to learn the skills & information you’ll need to obtain the higher examination marks?
To maximise your state-wide ranking, it’s important that you develop an understanding of the tricks and traps that could appear in the exams, how examination papers are marked, and how answers should be presented if they’re to be awarded full scores.
Although it takes time to learn this information, you can speed up the process by working through exam papers and assessment reports, and by attending quality revision programs that are being delivered by experienced VCE assessors. Assessors have access to important information that many teachers aren’t even aware of, and which can make a significant difference to your VCE marks.
Furthermore, take advantage of any opportunity that will expose you to different insights, explanations and problem-solving strategies, as well as techniques for analysing and dissecting examination questions.