UNSW Year 10 Subject Selection Evening for year 10 students
Navigating HSC subject selection
We know that sorting out how HSC subject selection works and what impact it may have on your future options for study at uni can be confusing and overwhelming. We want to help by providing you with information straight from the Board of Studies and from our faculties and staff.
What we'll cover
We want to make sure you're familiar with what you'll be doing during HSC subject selection - but also with how your subject selections may affect what bonus points you may be eligible for, what the difference is between assumed knowledge and prerequisites and how the uni admission and scholarships application process works. We promise we'll cover all of this in less than an hour (we're rehearsing now). Plus, we'll give you time either before or after the program to speak with our faculties and student services so that you can get information and answers to any specific questions you may have.
Each evening almost always fills to capacity a few weeks before - so register as soon as possible to grab your seats. We look forward to meeting you!
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 from 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM (AEST)
Sir John Clancy Auditorium - High Street, Kensington, NSW 2052 –
Register - www.futurestudents.unsw.edu.au
24th May 2016, 6:15pm to 8pm, James Ruse Agricultural High School, 17-31 Felton Rd, Carlingford
Hosted by James Ruse Agricultural High School for families located in the north west of Sydney, the evening is designed to help Year 10 students (and their parents) choose subjects for the HSC and navigate through the process of applying to university.
Topics include: ATAR, scaling, maths prerequisites and assumed knowledge; subject selections; career pathways; the student journey to university.