You may have thought: I would like to deal with this exam, this SAC, this subject. You think: if I tried so hard, I would have much more time to consolidate everything, I would have some support that I did not have at that time, I could do much better. Few realize that doing this is a real possibility. Can you repeat year 12 VCE?
Why you should consider repeating the topic
If you are not in high school last year and you did sections 3 and 4, you have the chance to repeat this sequence instead of dealing with a completely new subject. This has several advantages. First of all, you did the whole course once. You will have previous experience in passing exams, passing SAC exams and, I hope you already know most – if not all – the content. This not only gives you an advantage, but also relieves stress that you have already experienced. As a result, you may achieve much better results with your second attempt. This can have a big impact on ATAR. Think about it: you get 35 points in biology in year 11. In year 12 you repeat biology and pull 45. If in the first 4 it is a difference of 10 points in total, theoretically turning 70.00 ATAR at 77.30
So you’re thinking about going back to college?
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Learn from your mistakes
Include feedback on your essay and note common mistakes. E.g. if you repeat English, these may be spelling, grammar and punctuation errors; construction errors of sentences; repetition of vocabulary; misuse of the registry; no evidence to support his claims; or bad paragraph structure.
In the study room, you should have a notebook or a board with a list of all common mistakes, and you should consult while writing.
If you lack skills in a particular area, such as spelling essays or structuring, you need to take the time to ask the teacher questions to clarify.