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Note: If you are uploading materials for Business Studies, please exclude any parts of your materials which summarise (in form or in substance) the QANTAS business case study published by David Broadbridge. Due to continuing legal threats from the author alleging copyright infringement, we cannot allow resources which reference this work to be shared.

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Year:
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Module:
Pick the module or elective which this resource falls within, or 'General' (listed at the end) if it doesn't fit any of the given options. You may need to refer to the course syllabus.
Paper: Notes - inc. summaries and other general resources.
Assessment - inc. practice essays and 'perfect' notes (e.g. syllabus summary).
Trial paper - self explanatory.
Half Yearly - self explanatory.
HSC - resources pertaining to final HSC exams (e.g. major works or exam solutions).
Description: A concise yet detailed description of the contents of the resource. State what it covers, any texts that it pertains to, the level of depth, and indicate any other features that seem particularly good. (e.g. 'John Donne: Extensive and comprehensive set of notes including poetic analysis, definitions, techniques and critics.')
Author: Usually the author of the resource, or as close as you can get to it. Try to be as complete as possible (e.g. 'John Smith', 'CSSA', 'Anonymous' or 'Unknown').
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