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Study Journal for an ATAR of 99.95 (1 Viewer)

aero2146

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Ok so here goes: 29/01/14
Day 1 / 32 days till Half-yearlies / Aim: Finish studying by 22 days
2:30 - 3.30 = Chemistry tutor H/W
5.00 - 6.00 = Biology notes
6.30 - 8.30 = Chemistry tutoring
10 - 10.30 = Make timetable for school
Total study hours: 4.5 hours

I could really improve on this I guess.
 

aero2146

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30/01/14
Day 2 / 31 days till Half-yearlies / Aim: Finish studying by 21 days
4:40 - 7:40 = Biology notes
Total study hours: 3 hours

Today I went for a full on bio sess, tomorrow I'd probably focus on UMAT and Maths
 

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01/02/2014
Day 4 / 29 days till Half-yearlies / Aim: Finish studying by 19 days

The last two days, procrastination had got me, only did some 3u and 4u work. Hope I could get back to normal timetabled work.
 

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Has anyone ever got an atar of 99.95 without attending tutoring? Any stories of studying at home by yourself and acing the HSC?
 

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Has anyone ever got an atar of 99.95 without attending tutoring? Any stories of studying at home by yourself and acing the HSC?
I haven't heard of anyone doing that but, you sure can if you put in 100% effort.
If you're easily motivated by yourself, then you don't really need tutoring.
 

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04/02/2014
Day 7 / 26 days till Half-yearlies / Aim: Finish studying by 16 days
Flappy Bird!!! Why do you have to waste out time!?
After recovering from the addiction of Flappy Bird...

5.00 - 6.20 = Chemistry
6.20 - 7.30 = Maths
7.30 - 8.00 = Biology

Total studying hours = 3 hours
 

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