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It has been a while since I was in Year 10, but something I'll never forget was how stressful it was deciding what subjects I'd pick for the impending HSC. Not only was it time to actually start thinking about what I wanted to do with myself*, but it seemed like there was a new language to become fluent in too. Words like “ATAR” and “scaling” were casually tossed around, yet seemed key to being able to do what I wanted. All of a sudden I had to start making some big steps, but was scared to step anywhere for fear of jeopardising it all. So what should you do?

Fortunately, Sydney Uni is running Year 10 Information Evenings that help to demystify the HSC process and help you make a more informed decision about what you want to do – and the best steps to get there.

Topics for these nights include defining some of the HSC language, subject selection, career pathways and general transition into university.

If you missed out on a spot at these events, you can register for the mailing list and get notified when the event podcast is available for download. And here's some more useful info for high school students.

Best of luck in your selections – dream big and talk to as many people as possible about your options and their experiences. For some extra inspiration, check out this careers info too.

*Note: fortunately this is a process that doesn’t need finalising in Year 10. With a change of heart I was even able to broaden my options with a degree change in my second year.

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