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thotimusprime Dec 11
is trending so y’all need to remember: - there are more ways to uni - getting less than 70 doesn’t mean ur dumb - going to tafe, bridge courses or not going to uni at all is ok & doesn’t mean ur less accomplished and MOST IMPORTANT ur doesn’t define ur future
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Tom Carpenter Dec 11
News app sounding dangerously like my mum the second I finished school.
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katie || finwë the himbo Dec 16
getting an atar in the 50s instead of the 30s/40s like you genuinely expected
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𝑇 Dec 11
Replying to @08jaem13
I got the ATAR I needed for my dream course 😭🥺 Thank the Lord I’m so happy aaahhhh
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Joel R McGregor🌈 Dec 11
I remember the release of my being a time of considerable stress. Remember that you have options. | Don't stress, your ATAR isn't the final call - NCSEHE
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becks 🐯 Dec 11
Amongst all the well-meaning "It doesn't matter" advice I'd just like to throw out there; it's okay to be upset about not getting the you wanted/needed/expected. Year 12 is hard work and stressful, take the time to work through your feelings.
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kat Dec 16
me at 6am when nesa sends me my exam results via text
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Rae Cooper Dec 16
Dear HSC students as you wait for your results in 2 hours 🤞, congrats if you made the grade you wanted. If you didn’t remember that there are many pathways into university. Also uni is not the only path to a wonderful life and career. (To the parents 👏🏽👊🏼).
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Careers with STEM Dec 17
Did you know that only 32 per cent of the qualified workforce actually went to uni?! If you're bumming out over your ATAR results, you need to read this:
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anthony Dec 11
Got a low ATAR? Don’t worry there’s still hope for you
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Kate McGrath Dec 12
To all the year 12s who received an score they’re happy with, I congratulate you. To those who did not, just know the race is never over. For most, it takes time & experience to discover our passions. Just do work you love and can be proud of. It all works out. Promise.
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Virginia Trioli Dec 11
To the Victorian students of The Great Game: one day, one number. Celebrate/commiserate, then wake up tomorrow and forge your own path. You’ll get there. 🤛
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Andrew Johnston Dec 11
Advice for students who didn't get the they wanted - it's not the end of the world. I didn't get what I set out for, ended up doing a different degree and am now doing something I love more than I knew I could a job. Trust me, you're going to be fine
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Steph 🥀 Dec 11
Omg one year ago i found out my and realised i didnt get into any universities. I was sobbing and having panic attacks all day, thinking i was so dumb because all my friends had gotten into their chosen universities. 1 year later im studying the chosen degree i want +
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kat Dec 16
me at 1pm logging into UAC to see my atar
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AEU Victoria Dec 12
As well as celebrating students who got the they hoped for, it's important to celebrate all students who made it this far. We're proud of the contribution and hard work of all staff and students.
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Maddi Schmidt Dec 11
The night before students get their and , I feel it is important to reiterate this sentiment.
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pup Dec 11
When literally everyone in your life hyped you up over atar then you get a 43 😂😂😂😂😂
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lois Dec 16
i’m... so fucking proud of myself. sure, there’s been moments where i’ve thought ‘i probably could’ve worked harder’, but at the end of the day, i worked to the best of my ability in the extremely stressful circumstances of the HSC. & for that i am fucking proud.
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Daisy Cousens Jan 30
NEW VIDEO - Boys are outperformed by girls in almost every subject, at every level of their schooling, from pre-school to university. Why is this the case? And why does nobody seem to care about it?
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