Using past exam papers to study for HSC Biology is the best way to apply your knowledge and reinforce the information you’re learning!
Other than that, doing past papers allows you to practice and fine tune your exam technique, become familiar with the types of questions you’ll be asked in the exam and makes it less daunting and stressful come exam time!
Convinced that past papers are the best way to study for HSC Biology?
Here’s a comprehensive list of all the HSC Biology past papers you’ll ever need!
|2017||AOS Practice Paper 2017|
|2016||HSC 2016||Marking Guidelines 2016|
|2015||HSC 2015||Marking Guidelines 2015|
|2014||HSC 2014||Marking Guidelines 2014|
|2013||HSC 2013||Marking Guidelines 2013|
|2012||HSC 2012||Marking Guidelines 2012|
|2011||HSC 2011||Marking Guidelines 2011|
|2010||HSC 2010||Marking Guidelines 2010|
|2009||HSC 2009||Marking Guidelines 2009|
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Jaeger Yee considers his biggest achievement the time he watched the first two series of ‘Suits’ in one sitting. Having just finished his HSC in 2014, Jaeger thinks that he has learnt some awesome tips and tricks that he wants to pass onto the AOS community. When he isn’t making plays on the baseball field or consuming copious amounts of ice cream, Jaeger studies Commerce/ Law at Macquarie University (and actually enjoys it).