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How University is different from High School

University is a chance for students to become independent. It is the transition point between student and adult, and it is a learning process. The first year of university will always be challenging as students transition not only from the type

31 July, 2019
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Special Consideration – What do you need to know?

Special Consideration is an extension you can apply for that may be granted if you meet certain requirements for any assessments including exams. Special Consideration should not be confused with a simple two day extension which tutors grant via

9 May, 2016
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Increasing your employability

Increasing your employability can seem tough, but there are many opportunities out there, far beyond grades, that will assist you!

28 April, 2016
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PAL Fund Raising – Australian Indigenous Education Foundation

This semester, PAL is raising funds for the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF).

11 April, 2016
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PAL Social Year in Review

This year has been a fantastic year for the PAL Program Social Events. Throughout the year we have created new events where people could participate in and just enjoy each other’s company.

16 October, 2015
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Making the most of SWOT Vac

SWOT VAC can be really great for exam preparation if it’s used well. So the Academic portfolio has some tips on making SWOT Vac productive.

16 October, 2015
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Integral Lessons in Leadership

Don’t underestimate yourself. That is the message Brenton Killeen made clear at the latest PAL monthly meeting.

9 September, 2015
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Keep it Short: The Art of Writing Succinctly

For many students, the art of writing succinctly is a truly challenging feat that requires many hours of pouring over their work, editing to condense it down to a simpler form, often to make more sense or match a word limit, and ensure the piece

9 September, 2015
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Carpe jugulum; Choking Your Weekly Readings into Submission

As arts students, weekly readings are a central part of our degree. A series of papers, chapters, and journal articles allow lecturers to accelerate your learning experience by sharing the burden.

14 August, 2015