This is where you find lots of info to help you with school assignments and that final test, the HSC!

Below are direct links to some sites which will give you access to a huge amount of information at your fingertips, 24/7!

Check them out! 
  • HSCHub (free trial with option to subscribe) is a virtual classroom that offers students 24/7 access to online tutorials, resources, notes and discussions
  • Scootle learn, teach and collaborate using digital resources to support the Australian Curriculum
  • Prime Online Tutor includes online video lessons with theory and practicals. There is a huge range of maths and  science worksheets, and English notes on texts and authors, plus 100s of tailored practice essay questions
  • The NSW Board of Studies website has loads of information for HSC students, including HSC syllabuses and past exam papers. Not only that, they run a HSC Phone Help Line during the lead up to the HSC as well as heaps of other stuff.
  •  Schools & Teachers links students studying for the HSC with information from the State Library of New South Wales
  • Created by students, for students, Bored of Studies provides current year 12 and year 11 students with lots of resources and support to help them succeed during the HSC and beyond
  • The Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC) is a great resource for students doing Legal Studies. There is a collection of LIAC resources at the Snowy Monaro Regional Library and the Snowy Mountains Neighbourhood Centre, as well as a great web site, which includes an online reference service
  • Sparknotes study guides and discussion forums offered on various English HSC topics
  • NSW.net Log on to a virtual online library at NSW.net!  You'll need your library barcode number for your password if you're on an internet computer outside the library.  Databases include fulltext news and magazine collections, as well as science, literature, health and environmental databases. Check it out- 24/7!  See the Cheat Sheets for help on how to connect
  • UAC Universities Admission Centre  apply for participating institutions in Australia