VCE students get a test run at Monash

MORE than 450 VCE students descended on Monash University’s Berwick campus recently to sharpen their skills before looming exams.
Local VCE teachers delivered two-hour lectures on a range of subjects including biology, psychology, physics, chemistry and accounting.
The lectures were designed to help prepare students for the rigours of VCE without having to travel too far from home.
Pro vice-chancellor and academic director Professor Phillip Steele said Monash Berwick was thrilled to host the VCE revision lectures for students from the Casey region.
“It can be difficult for local students to attend similar events in Melbourne and we are proud to be able to provide an accessible and high-quality local alternative,” Professor Steele said.
“Students from the south-east region should be provided with the same opportunities to succeed as their counterparts in other areas of Melbourne and we hope that the VCE revision lecture series at Monash Berwick will help them to do this,” he said.
A similar series is planned for later in the year to assist local students with their end of year exams.
Interested students can find out more by calling 9904 7005.

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