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Cambridge Checkpoints HSC

Study guides

Cambridge Checkpoints HSC provides the most up-to-date exam preparation and revision for HSC students. Subjects include English, Economics, Business Studies, Mathematics and Chemistry.

ATAR Notes

ATAR Notes - HSC course notes series provides a condensed summary of the syllabus and allows you to focus on exactly what you need to know. They are specifically designed to help you in your assessments and exams, with tips and insights from a past student who knows how to do well. They are written in a way that's easy to understand, so you can immediately grasp key concepts.

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HSC Personal Interest Projects (PIPs)

Award winning Personal Interest Projects (PIPs) related to (Stage 6) Society and Culture studies across New South Wales.

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  • All aboard the mateship
    Despite mateship being considered to be an Australian convention that embodies egalitarianism, mateship as a cultural position is divisive and exclusionary.
  • ‘Can all male students please stand now to take the oath’
    An investigation into the exclusion of female voices from my school’s and society’s effort to contribute to change with regards to violence against women.
  • The Childfree choice of women
    An investigation into childfree women and their perceived deviance from gender norms, which results in exclusion from all levels in society.
  • Contesting Heteronormativity in Japanese culture
    An examination into the changing notions of sexuality and constructs of homosexuality with Japanese culture.
  • Homeless even at home
    A cross cultural examination of the influence of socialisation agents, between Australia and Sweden, on the perceptions of Kurdish communities and implications of this for Kurdish individuals.
  • Mask on or mask off?
    An inquiry into the desire to belong and the ways in which Pakistani migrants change their cultural identity.
  • Populism: ‘The worst deal ever’
    An investigation into the recrudescence of populism in the 21st century.
  • ‘Raising a fist… the same height high’
    A cross cultural study into the implications of feminism in the 21st century.
  • The Refugee in the room
    An investigation into the psychology and accommodation of displaced refugees in Australia.
  • To take the red pill
    A study examining the state of gender relations discourse in mainstream culture, and the analysis of the current cultural conflicts arising out of feminism.

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