HSC English Extension 1 Resources
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It's the night before your HSC English exam... Here's our step-by-step guide to studying the night before and make sure you get that Band 6!
Need to focus on your creative writing for HSC English Extension 1, but not sure how to do it? Find out the secret weapon to getting a Band 6 in
English can be tough - especially when you need to write about literary techniques! Let us help with a Complete HSC English Literary Techniques Cheatsheet! Really, it's the only one
Don't know where to start analysing your prescribed text? Here are some tips and tricks that should make your task as easy as it could possibly be!
Curious about studying HSC English Extension 1? We asked some of our students the top questions they wish they had asked before taking on the challenge!
Ever wondered what separates the better from the best for HSC English? Surprisingly it all comes down to the humble TEE Table. What is it? Find out here!
Can't figure out why you can't get more marks for HSC English? It's lack originality! Here are 5 Reasons You Should Play Devil's Advocate for HSC English!
Should you put them under Themes? Quotations? Author? Does colour and font really matter? Write & structure kickass HSC English Notes in 3 easy steps!
Got a day before your English Exam for Discovery and Module A? Let's make sure you make the most of it so you can get all those marks you deserve!
Reading your novel but not quite sure what you're supposed to be doing with it? Here's what you need to do to make the most of reading English texts!
Looking at your related text and struggling on how to analyse poems for HSC English? Let's start at square one with this step-by-step guide!
Maybe I'll use 'Die Hard' as my related text for HSC English...or you could read this 3 step guide to finding kickass related texts for HSC English!
HSC English Extension 1 is one of those tricky beasts. Do I write notes? Rewrite? Where do I find practice exams? We've got you covered on how to blitz it!
Analysing HSC English texts isn't everyone's cup of tea. Luckily, it is mine. Here is the simple plain-English guide of what you need to properly analyse your related (and properly