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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers This study guide covers the Accounting and Finance ATAR Units 1 and 2. The content of the third edition has been updated to meet the current curriculum framework. The guide has deliberately been kept short so that students use it and view it as a manageable revision tool and not just one kept to the side. Each chapter starts with a checklist taken from the Curriculum Council Unit Content. The chapter then provides a brief summary of the required content for students to revise. Questions covering the content are provided at the end of each chapter. Answers to these questions are at the end of the book. Trial Tests covering the Unit Content for both Unit 1 and Unit 2 have also been provided at the end of the book along with full solutions. Students are advised to practise the Trial Tests and the Chapter Review Questions many times over throughout the course of the Unit.

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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers The revised edition of this study guide now has illustrations and content in full colour. Students will enhance their understanding of Biology Year 11 with this study guide written by Peter Walster. This guide, which follows the Western Australian ATAR curriculum, promotes structured learning and has detailed questions and answers. Students are able to self-regulate their learning and progress with user friendly checklists, as well as trial tests and model answers.

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Key Features 1. Biology Syllabus checklist 2. Biology Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers Students will increase their knowledge of the Western Australian ATAR Biology curriculum with this guide by Peter Walster. It promotes structured and effective learning for all Year 12 Biology students. To help you develop a mastery of the vocabulary used in this book, terms have been included at the beginning of each section. We have also included a set of review questions that you can complete after you have covered the work at school to help you prepare for section tests and examinations. The book also comes with trial tests. Each test has twenty multiple choice questions, a short answer section and an extended answer question. We hope this revision book will help you to enjoy, understand and succeed in biology. Good luck in your studies!

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions This is a revision resource for Year 11 students studying the Year 11 ATAR Chemistry course. It has been designed to be student centered and assist them to achieve maximum marks in Year 11 Chemistry exams. Many practice questions and examples with solutions are provided. This book should be used in conjunction with a class textbook to reinforce the most important principles and understandings. The essentials are presented so students can teach themselves the concepts. Students then work through the many example questions. Answers should be entered in this workbook to produce a progressive learning in a student friendly manner. An active learning style is supported through the use of simple pictures and diagrams within the text.

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions This write-in workbook for Year 12 ATAR Chemistry covers the essential chemistry concepts necessary for success in the WA Australian Curriculum exams. Included are extensive sets of examples and questions which are graded in difficulty. Perfect for ATAR exam preparation, this book provides typical WACE exam level questions and others at an appropriate level for the newly included topics. Fully-worked solutions are also provided.

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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers The revised edition of this study guide now has illustrations and content in full colour. The purpose of this guide is to assist students in their preparation for tests and examinations in the ATAR Chemistry course for Units 1 and 2. The structure of the topics will allow students to use the book throughout the year. The guide closely adheres to the W.A. School Curriculum and Standards Authority ATAR syllabus. Essential theory is interwoven with revision exercises so that students will be able to actively review core theory and concepts.

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The purpose of this guide is to assist students in their preparation for tests and examinations in the ATAR Chemistry course for Units 3 and 4. The coverage and structure of the topics will allow students to use the book throughout the year. This book follows the current Year 12 Western Australian ATAR Chemistry syllabus and is designed to meet WA curriculum needs and to prepare students for WACE examinations. It features an ATAR syllabus checklist, clear explanations and illustrations of core theory plus review questions and trial tests for students to check their progress. Fully worked answers are given to all review questions and trial tests.

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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers The third edition of this guide has been updated to include economic data which is right up to date in 2023. Charts and graphs have been reproduced in full colour. This book is a Study Guide designed to help students meet the requirements of the WACE Economics ATAR Course Year 11 syllabus. You can follow and understand market trends with this in-depth and student focused study guide by Andrew Tibbitt. The Economics Year 11 ATAR Course Study Guide provides students with real world and up-to-date examples while ensuring that Year 11 students are learning within the scope of the Western Australian Curriculum. The guide is well structured with many review questions and comprehensive answers and allows for self-directed learning from students.

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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers The revised edition of this study guide now has illustrations and content in full colour. This revised study guide has been written for the Year 11 Human Biology syllabus (ATAR course), Units 1 and 2. Students will enhance their understanding of Human Biology Year 11 with this study guide written by Peter Walster. This guide, which follows the Western Australian ATAR curriculum, promotes structured learning and has detailed questions and answers. Students are able to self-regulate their learning and progress with user friendly checklists.

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions This book follows the current Western Australia syllabus for the WACE ATAR course. Each chapter has revision notes, review questions and worked examples with detailed solutions. This book is meant to be used in conjunction with a class text book, where the aim is to reinforce the most important principles, understandings and calculation methods. Students then work through the many example questions and quizzes. This book is meant to be written in as a workbook to produce progressive learning in a student-friendly manner.

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This is a revision guide prepared for Human Biology Units 3 and 4. It consists of Revision Questions and Answers, Trial Tests and Answers, and a Glossary. The chapters of Revision Questions follow the order of the Unit Content as described by the current syllabus for the WACE ATAR course. They include material from the original course and new material from the area of molecular biology, as well as topics related to our modern lifestyle. Each chapter begins with a Syllabus Checklist. This is followed by a list of terms that are used in that section of work and then questions. Detailed answers are provided, often with more information than is required. With each set of Review Questions there is a practise test except in Chapter 8 where there are two tests. This is because the content lent itself more easily to two. Again, detailed answers are provided. The tests have multiple choice questions, short answer questions and an extended answer question. They are designed to reflect the structure of the external examination. You should attempt to complete each test in the recommended time. Check your answers carefully. The extra information is to assist your understanding.

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This study guide is for students preparing for upper school Chemistry. It contains clear explanations of fundamental chemistry concepts and calculations a student should master before beginning a Year 11 Chemistry course It contains checkpoint questions, review questions and trial tests designed to self-test and extend student progress. Fully detailed answers are provided for all questions. Introductory Chemistry is often put on Year 10 and 11 booklists to ensure students have the necessary foundation and calculation skills to grasp Units 1 and 2 ATAR Chemistry.

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Key Features 1. Checkpoint questions 2. Review questions 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Fully-detailed answers The Introductory Mathematics Methods Study Guide provides a checklist of core skills and concepts required for the year 11 & 12 ATAR Mathematics Methods Units 1, 2, 3 & 4 courses. The core skills and concepts are aligned with Level 10 Advanced Mathematics in the Australian Mathematics Curriculum. It is aimed at students in year 10 preparing for the year 11 & 12 ATAR Mathematics Methods courses. It is also a useful resource for students in year 11 studying the Mathematics Methods course who may have missed out on the required essential skills and concepts. Each chapter consists of brief introductory notes, worked examples and practice tasks. Some chapters include Automaticity Tasks which are critical for success in the Mathematics Methods Course. Review questions are provided along with fully worked solutions for each Automaticity Task, Practice Task and Review Task. The use of calculators is not recommended for this Study Guide.

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Key Features 1. Checkpoint questions 2. Review questions 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Fully-detailed answers Introductory Physics is a Study Guide for year 10 students (especially those wishing to study ATAR Physics in year 11 and 12). It deals with the Australian Curriculum theme of energy transformations. There is also an introductory section covering essential mathematics knowledge to assist students. There are worked examples, quantitative and qualitative questions and tests, all with worked answers. Introductory Physics is often put on Year 10 and 11 booklists to ensure students have the necessary foundation and calculation skills to grasp Units 1 and 2 ATAR Physics.

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions Mathematics Applications ATAR Course Revision Series assists students in Year 11 to build on their Maths skills in a well scaffolded approach. Students are able to work through the book at their own pace and practice skills learnt in class. The books covers important topics such as formula substitution, similarity and scale factors, solving linear equations and univariate data. Practice exams for Unit 1 and 2 are provided.

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions Mathematics Applications Revision Series Units 3 & 4 provides a comprehensive set of revision/review questions for the year 12 Mathematics Applications Units 3 & 4 course. The review questions are written at test/ examination level for both the Calculator Free and Calculator Assumed Sections and presented in a write-on format in topical order. This book exposes students to questions and problems at ATAR examination level. These questions are suitable for end-of-topic reviews, pre-test and pre-examination reviews. It is accompanied by a set of fully worked solutions with which students can measure their answers.

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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers The revised edition of this study guide now has illustrations and content in full colour. This guide assists students in their preparation for tests and examinations in the Mathematics Applications Unit 1 & 2 ATAR course. The structure is such that students will be able to make use of the book throughout the year. This book will challenge and extend students studying Year 11 ATAR mathematics Applications. It has been specifically written to help students revise their work and succeed in their class tests, half-yearly and yearly exams. It’s packed with concise, student-friendly explanations of every topic, backed up with plenty of step-by-step examples, plus many questions with answers. The Syllabus Checklist indicates to the students the skills they need to have and the objectives they need to satisfy under each of the major headings of the course. The Introductory Notes given at the start of each chapter detail all the key ideas associated with each aspect of the course. These notes should be read in conjunction with those given by the classroom teacher. The Worked Examples are presented in a very detailed manner and are often accompanied by brief notes and explanations to enhance students understanding of the particular question types. The Problems to Solve section gives students a wide range of problems and the opportunity to check their understanding of each of the topics. Fully worked solutions are also provided. The Trial Tests are an additional source of questions and can be used when preparing for classroom tests and examinations. Suggested times are given for the tests and it is important that students try to work within the stated time constraints. Fully worked solutions are given for these tests and a marking guide is also provided so that students can receive some concrete feedback on their performance. Tests are provided for both the resource free (no calculator) and the resource rich (calculator allowed) components of the assessment.

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Key Features 1. Maths Applications Syllabus checklist 2. Maths Applications Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers This Study Guide assists students in their preparation for tests and examinations in the Mathematics Applications Unit 3 & 4 ATAR course. The structure is such that students will be able to make use of the book throughout the year. This book will challenge and extend students studying Year 12 ATAR Mathematics Applications. It has been specifically written to help students revise their work and succeed in all their class tests, half-yearly and final exams. It’s packed with concise, student-friendly explanations for topics, backed up with step-by-step examples, plus many questions and answers. The Syllabus Checklist indicates to students which skills they must have acquired and the objectives they need to meet under each of the major headings of the course. The Worked Examples are presented in a detailed manner, with brief notes and explanations being used to amplify the understanding required for the particular question. Some of these worked examples could be used in the written notes that students are permitted to take into an examination. The Problems to Solve section in each chapter provides students with a broad range of questions without the repetitive nature of problems usually associated with a course textbook. The Trial Tests are an additional component to this book, and allow students to familiarise themselves with examination questions. Suggested times are given for these tests, and students are encouraged to adhere to these times to prepare properly for final examinations. Fully worked solutions are provided for students to receive immediate, accurate and useful feedback on their performance. Tests are provided for both the resource free (no calculator) and the resource rich (calculator allowed) components of the assessment.

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions Mathematics Methods Revision Series Units 1 & 2 provides a comprehensive set of revision/review questions for the year 11 Mathematics Methods Units 1 & 2 course. The review questions are written at test/examination level for both the Calculator Free and Calculator Assumed Sections and presented in a write-on format in topical order. This book exposes students to questions and problems at test/examination level. These questions are suitable for end-of-topic reviews and pre-test and pre-examination reviews. It is accompanied by a set of fully worked solutions with which students can measure their answers.

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions Mathematics Methods Revision Series Units 3 & 4 provides a comprehensive set of revision/review questions for the year 12 Mathematics Methods Units 3 & 4 course. The review questions are written at ATAR examination level for both the Calculator Free and Calculator Assumed Sections and presented in a write-on format in topical order. This book exposes students to questions and problems at ATAR examination level. These questions are suitable for end-of-topic reviews and pre-test and pre-examination reviews. It is accompanied by a set of fully worked solutions with which students can measure their solutions.

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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers The purpose of this text is to assist Year 11 students with their preparation for tests and examinations in the Mathematical Methods course for Western Australia. This Mathematics Methods Study Guide is essential for all students studying Year 11 Mathematics Methods as it is a comprehensive guide to the topics covered at this level. It provides clear explanations of important mathematical concepts and gives ample opportunity to practise a range of questions. Written specifically for the WA curriculum.

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Key Features 1. Maths Methods Syllabus checklist 2. Maths Methods Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers This Mathematics Methods Study Guide by Gregory Hill supports the Western Australian ATAR Curriculum and combine the informative benefits of a textbook with the practical applications of a workbook. This comprehensive study guide enables students to work progressively through the different types of questions, building their confidence and preparing them for exams. Year 12 students will have many practice questions to best prepare them for their exams and tests with this detailed study guide specifically written for the WA curriculum. The Syllabus Checklist indicates to students which skills they must have acquired and the objectives they need to meet under each of the major headings of the course. The Worked Examples are presented in a detailed manner, with brief notes and explanations being used to amplify the understanding required for the particular question. Some of these worked examples could be used in the written notes that students are permitted to take into an examination. The Problems to Solve section in each chapter provide students with a broad range of questions without the repetitive nature of problems usually associated with a course textbook. The Trial Tests are an additional component to this book, and allow students to familiarise themselves with examination questions. Suggested times are given for these tests, and students should be encouraged to adhere to these times to prepare properly for final examinations. Fully worked solutions are provided for students to receive immediate, accurate and useful feedback on their performance. Tests are provided for both the resource free (no calculator) and the resource rich (calculator allowed) components of the assessment.

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Key Features 1. A sound teaching resource 2. Systematic teaching of each syllabus topic 3. Guided instruction for students 4. Exam level questions and answers 5. Fully worked solutions manual available This in-depth textbook by O.T Lee provides a comprehensive coverage of the syllabus requirements of Units 1 and 2 of the Year 11 Mathematics Methods ATAR course. The use of CAS/graphic calculators is seamlessly integrated into the teaching and learning process. Questions are made explicit in terms of the required methods and techniques. Knowedge of CAS/graphic calculator techniques empower students to tappreciate the relative efficiences (and accuracies) of machine based techniques against traditional pencil and paper techniques. However, the traditional pencil and paper techniques are the ones that vonvey the actual mathematical concepts and processes and form the backbone of this book. Macine based techniques are at best interpretative techniques. The use of Hands-on-Tasks is continued in this book. These tasks allow students to conceptualise mathematical concepts on their own without being explicitly "taught". This promotes relational understanding rather than factual knowledge of mathemtatical concepts and ideas. This book is an excellent teaching guide with a variety of question and answers at exam level. Students will be well prepared for their exams with this textbook written specifically for the WA curriculum. A fully worked out Solution Manual is available as a resource for teachers.

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Key Features 1. A sound teaching resource 2. Systematic teaching of each syllabus topic 3. Guided instruction for students 4. Exam level questions and answers 5. Fully worked solutions manual available This in-depth textbook by O.T Lee provides a comprehensive coverage of the Year 12 Mathematics Methods course. An excellent teaching guide with a variety of question and answers at exam level. With this textbook written specifically for the WA curriculum, students can be assured they are well prepared for their exams. Sample problems, as well as fully worked solutions are provided to help students with their preparation.

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions Mathematics Specialist Revision Series Units 1 & 2 provides a comprehensive set of revision/review questions for the year 11 Mathematics Specialist Units 1 & 2 course. The review questions are written at test/examination level for both the Calculator Free and Calculator Assumed Sections and presented in a write-on format in topical order. This book exposes students to questions and problems at test/examination level. These questions are suitable for end-of-topic reviews and pre-test and pre-examination reviews. It is accompanied by a set of fully worked solutions with which students can measure their answers.

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions Mathematics Specialist Revision Series Units 3 & 4 provides a comprehensive set of revision/review questions for the year 12 Mathematics Specialist Units 3 & 4 course. The review questions are written at ATAR examination level for both the Calculator Free and Calculator Assumed Sections and presented in a write-on format in topical order. This book exposes students to questions and problems at ATAR examination level. These questions are suitable for endof-topic reviews and pre-test and pre-examination reviews. It is accompanied by a set of fully worked solutions with which students can measure their answers.

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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers The revised edition of this study guide now has illustrations and content in full colour. This Study Guide assists Year 11 students with their preparation for tests and examinations in the Specialist Mathematics course for Western Australia. This Mathematics Specialist Study Guide is essential for all students studying Year 11 Mathematics Specialist as it is a comprehensive guide to the topics covered at this level. It provides clear explanations of important mathematical concepts and gives ample opportunity to practise a range of questions. Written specifically for the WA curriculum. The Syllabus Checklist indicates to students which skills they must have acquired and the objectives they need to meet under each of the major headings of the course. The Worked Examples are presented in a detailed manner, with brief notes and explanations being used to amplify the understanding for the particular question. Some of these worked examples could be used in the written notes that students are permitted to take into an examination. The Problems to Solve section in each chapter provides students with a broad range of questions without the repetitive nature of problems usually associated with a course textbook. The Trial Tests are an additional component to this text, and these allow students to familiarise themselves with examination questions. Suggested times are given for these tests, and students should be encouraged to adhere to these times to prepare properly for final examinations.

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Key Features 1. A sound teaching resource 2. Systematic teaching of each syllabus topic 3. Guided instruction for students 4. Exam level questions and answers 5. Fully worked solutions manual available Boost your teaching and learning of Maths Specialist year 11 through the expertise provided by O. T Lee. A comprehensive resource fwith logical and well-structured answers, this textbook will provide students with the support they need. You can be sure that students are well prepared for their exams with this textbook written specifically for the WA curriculum.

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Key Features 1. A sound teaching resource 2. Systematic teaching of each syllabus topic 3. Guided instruction for students 4. Exam level questions and answers 5. Fully worked solutions manual available Boost your teaching and learning of Maths Specialist year 12 through the expertise provided by O. T Lee. A comprehensive textbook for students with logical and well-structured answers, this book provides students with a sound teaching resource. With the help of this textbook, students can be assured they are well prepared for their exams. Written specifically for the WA curriculum, this textbook comes with a comprehensive set of revision and review questions, as well as problems with fully worked solutions.

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Students studying the Mathematics Specialist course have access to this comprehensive range of study questions and scenarios provided by Gregory Hine and Neil McNab written specifically for the WA curriculum. This Study Guide supports the Western Australian ATAR Curriculum and combines the informative benefits of a textbook with the practical applications of a workbook. With the help of this book, students can work progressively through the different types of questions as they prepare for their exams.

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Key Features 1. ATAR exam preparation 2. Clear, easy-to-follow examples 3. Comprehensive set of revision and review questions 4. Problems at test/examination level 5. Fully worked solutions This book is meant to be used in conjunction with a class text book, where the aim is to reinforce the most important principles and understandings. It contains the basic essentials needed for students to teach themselves by absorbing both facts and concepts, then working through the many example questions and quizzes. This book is meant to be written in as a workbook to produce progressive learning in a student-friendly manner. An active learning style is encouraged through the use of simple pictures and diagrams within the text, making full understanding cognitively simpler. Tests are supplied at the end of each topic and trial papers that would typify those used in National Curriculum examinations. One of the main thrusts in this current approach is the importance of experimental design and analysis, where specific thinking skills and a focus on practical work has become more prominent (e.g. control of variables, data analysis, graphing and evaluation skills). This book is unique in this aspect as it has a whole chapter devoted to Investigations, where the separate, discrete skills are each targeted, from "How to design experiments" to "Evaluation and improvement of techniques".

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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers The revised edition of this study guide now has illustrations and content in full colour. This guide assists students in their preparation for tests and examinations in the ATAR Physics course for Units 1 and 2. The structure of the topics will allow students to use the book throughout the year. The guide closely adheres to the W.A. School Curriculum and Standards Authority ATAR syllabus. Essential core theory is covered clearly and in detail. Illustrations and worked examples are used extensively to assist students in their learninig. In each chapter, questions and exercises are integrated with theory to help students clarify and consolidate their understanding of new concepts.

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Key Features 1. Physics Syllabus checklist 2. Physics Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers This guide assists students in their preparation for tests and examinations in the ATAR Physics course for Units 3 and 4. The structure of the topics will allow students to use the book throughout the year. The guide closely adheres to the W.A. School Curriculum and Standards Authority ATAR syllabus. Essential core theory is covered clearly and indetail. Illustrations and worked examples are used extensively to assist students in their learning. In each chapter, questions and exercises are integrated with theory to help students clarify and consolidate their understanding of new concepts.

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Key Features 1. Syllabus checklist 2. Essential theory 3. Student activities 4. Trial tests 5. Model answers The revised edition of this study guide now has illustrations and content in full colour. Understand ATAR Psychology with this helpful study guide written by a local teacher for the WA curriculum. Based on the Year 12 ATAR course, it provides a coverage of all areas with a series of questions and answers. The book contains research method questions and solutions, trial tests and solutions, essay questions and sample essay answers.

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The STAT test is aimed at students who did not complete a formal education course to ATAR level, so it is not focussed on testing knowledge of specific subjects but is designed to assess competencies which demonstrate the student’s potential to succeed in tertiary studies. It is a test of aptitude rather than specific knowledge. Hence the assessment focuses on an ability to think critically, to understand and analyse information and to organise and express your thoughts in a logical way. There are two sections to the STAT Test: A Multiple-Choice Test that assesses Verbal and Quantitative Skills and a Written English Test, for which you write two Essays. Students who have failed ATAR English and are offered the opportunity sit STAT are generally required to just sit the Essay Writing component of the test. The essays you need to write in the STAT test require a different approach to the essays you have been writing in English ATAR, so it is important to understand what is required and to practice writing those types of essays. This booklet will show you how to write the type of essay required and will provide examples of the kind of essays you will need to write for the STAT test. This guide is based on the Academic Task Force Essay Writing book, which is designed to help students improve their essay writing skills. The book provides a ’formula’ which can be particularly helpful for students with a scientific bias who need direction for English. Remember, it doesn’t matter how much you know about a subject, if you don’t know how to present it, how to communicate your knowledge to others, it is of little use. Therefor it is essential to learn and use good essay writing skills, not only to pass the STAT test, but also for your future University career.