Acids and Bases are taught in the "Acidic Environment" chapter of the old HSC Chemistry syllabus and in the "Acid/Base reactions" of the

In this guide we cover the theory and applications of the Motor Effect, which is among the most common sources of HSC Physics questions. The Motor Eff...

Integration is certainly among the most important topics in the HSC Maths syllabus for both 2 Unit and Extension 1 (3 Unit) students. This guide is th...

Previously, we reviewed the most important changes that the Chemistry new syllabus b...

In 2018, the HSC Chemistry new syllabus is finally...

Even if you are doing General Maths, you should have heard of quadratics and parabolas. They are not only a significant part of lower level high schoo...

Are you a good student? A seemingly simple question, yet the answer may be surprisingly complicated. Straight away, there is an issue: how do we defin...

If you look at the last 17 years worth of 2 unit Maths or extension 1 Maths HSC and trial papers, it can be easily seen that maximum and minimum quest...

By the looks of things, the current HSC Biology syllabus will be obsolete within the next two years and replaced by the

Knowing where to look for a formula, how to apply it and how to interpret it is imperative for performing well in the HSC Physics (or trial) exams. Th...

Trigonometry is a huge part of the HSC maths - students start learning the basics as early as Year 7 or Year 8 and continue with more advanced levels ...

Ahh titrations. Nothing as frustrating as waiting for that final drop of base to drop to reach the endpoint, only to see a couple of accidental extra ...

Most students come across circle geometry as part of the Year 10 5.3 topics. Maths Extension 1 students have to deal with buffed up versions of circle...

Projectile motion is among the most predictable topics in HSC Physics questions. Interestingly, projectile motion questions are actually much easier i...

For many students, one of the first "hard" calculus topics that make them realise the real deal is on for their HSC 2 Unit Maths year is the geometry ...

Resistance to change, equilibrium and systems shifting to the left or right ... this often sounds like a topic for political and social science discus...

For most Year 12 students, the only exam left is the mother of all exams, the test to end all tests: the HSC exam! Younger students are certainly more...

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