Why our lectures are so successful

  • Hear from the best of the best

    Learn tips and strategies from expert HSC markers.
  • Improve exam confidence

    Practice possible questions and receive exemplar responses.
  • Access quality resources

    Improve your knowledge and understanding of key syllabus content.

Choose from over 20 HSC subjects


Our pricing is inclusive of the following features

Practice HSC exam questions, live lectures (and webinar follow-up), and course notes provided on the day.

  • 1 lecture – $50
  • 2 lectures – $95 (save $5)
  • 3 lectures – $135 (save $15)
  • 4 lectures – $175 (save $25)
  • 5 lectures – $215 (save $35)
  • 6 lectures – $255 (save $45)
  • 7 lectures – $295 (save $55)
  • 8 lectures – $335 (save $65)
  • 9 lectures – $375 (save $75)
  • 10 lectures – $415 (save $85)
  • 11 lectures – $455 (save $95)
  • 12 lectures – $495 (save $105)

July School Holiday Timetable

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where are these lectures being run?

    All lectures are held at our university partner campuses: UTS (city), Macquarie University (North-West Sydney), UOW (Wollongong) and UON (Newcastle), during the Term 2 school holidays. 

    * In the lead up to July, we will be closely monitoring the advice from the government around any non-essential, organised events and are working in the background to ensure that if the situation remains the same, we can deliver a high-quality online experience for you.

  • What subjects are the lectures being run in?

    All of the major subjects! Please see below a list for each Key Learning Area (KLA):

    English – Advanced and Standard

    Mathematics – Standard 2, Mathematics, Extension 1 & Extension 2

    Science – Biology, Chemistry and Physics

    HSIE – Ancient History, Business Studies, Economics, Geography, Legal Studies & Modern History


    Studies of Religion – 1 & 2 unit

    Visual Arts

  • How our Trial Preparation Lectures work
    1. Register for the lectures you would like to attend. All sessions are fully supported, endorsed and held at our university partner campuses
    2. We will send you a series of sample questions for you to complete and a feedback form where you can send through your questions before the lecture
    3. Attend the lecture and hear from our experts. You will have the chance to view, practice and receive full mark responses/solutions on the day.
    4. Participate in our post-lecture webinar where you can receive further personalised help from our expert teachers.
  • How long does each lecture run for?

    The lectures run from 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm.

  • What is covered in the lectures?

    Our July Trial Preparation Lectures are two hour sessions based on preparing students for the most commonly asked question types in trials/HSC exams.  You will practice possible questions and receive exemplary responses/solutions across a range of exam questions.

  • Will you be addressing all new syllabus components?

    The presenters will be covering content specific to each subject’s current (2020) syllabus. If the new syllabus components are relevant to potential examination questions, they will be covered.

  • Who are the Teachers?

    Our HSC teachers are the most qualified, experienced and passionate in NSW. With multiple years of leading HSC marking, sitting on exam committees and writing the leading textbooks, they are the experts in their respective subjects.

  • Will we receive notes and or materials I can take home with me?

    Your ticket for each lecture includes a comprehensive work booklet for the day, which includes questions, summaries, notes and exemplar answers including and beyond those that your presenter will go through on the day. After the lecture has finished, you are welcome to take this workbook home.

  • What if I don’t know anyone?

    Most students who attend our programs come by themselves, so our team and our presenters are well experienced in making our lectures a welcoming and friendly environment. Once you’re in your lecture, your teacher will establish a relaxed and collaborative atmosphere to make sure you get the most out of your day.

    If you’re really worried about coming alone, also consider asking a classmate to come along with you.