VCE Resources

The following contains many free VCE resources that are yours to use and distribute to friends and other students, AS IS, without editing or changing the contents. All subject specific VCE resources must not be plagiarised. Use these resources to help you with your own work and please respect the respective author’s copyright.

For VCE subject specific information – click here

For information on study skills, motivation, memory techniques, time management and more – click here

For information on avoiding VCE stress and staying fit and healthy during the VCE school year – click here

How can you have a life beyond the VCE? Find out information on job interview techniques, job applications, tertiary study and more - click here

Lastly…don’t forget about your parents. They too need help to get through the VCE school year. For information for VCE parents - click here

Other VCE resources

2013 VCE study planner

2013 VCE monthly calendars

Goal Planning Sheets

  • Goal sheets– keep your goals above your desk and stay focussed.

  • Stepping stones – break your goals down into small steps to help you achieve success.

Audios/Podcasts

  • Check out the links under Podcasts and Video

Other

Great Quote Book- a small collection of motivational quotes for a quick pick me up.

Other Recommended Resources

There is one universal element that all people have to master in their life - and that is time.

Time is the great equaliser. We each have 168 hours per week with which to use our time and some people are able to achieve an extraordinary amount in that time, others not so much. Given that we all have this finite resource doesn't it make sense to try and figure out the best way to utilise your time? I have written many articles surrounding time mastery including the 8 principles of time principles and balancing priorities in the VCE and I'm passionate about finding strategies that help me to balance work, family, friends, business and health/fitness. It's never easy but it is so important for you to figure this out and constantly strive to...

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This is a guest post from former VCE student Cait Sexton for VCE Psychology. If you want to write a guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here.

TITLE OF RESEARCH: Thorndike’s Instrumental Learning Experiment with cats (early 1900’s)

AIM: To investigate trial and error learning in cats

HYPOTHESIS: It can be hypothesised that hungry cats when placed in a puzzle box with a food reward outside will use trial and error learning when trying to escape the box so that the time taken for the hungry cat to escape the box will progressively shorten until it becomes a deliberate movement.

IV: Food reward and puzzle box

DV: Time taken to escape the puzzle box, hence how long it took the cat to learn how to escape

PARTICIPANTS:...

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Thanks to former VCE student. Dussy K, for sharing her VCE French, VCE English and VCE Literature notes with our community. If you want to share your resources with the VCE help community check out the guidelines here.

French Detailed Study.

Cette année, pour notre étude approfondie, nous avons étudié la deuxième guerre mondiale pendant l’occupation Allemande en France. Cela a été très enrichissent car les documents nous ont donne un aperçu de cette époque qui a été terrible pour les Français et surtout les Juifs. D’abord, nous avons regardé un film touchant intitule <>, réalisé par Louis Malle. C’est un...

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The annual design exhibition of works from former VCE and VET students is now on at the Melbourne Museum and will run until 26th June 2011.

According to the Melbourne Museum website:

The exhibition not only features the final product, but also its development – see the students' folios, work briefs, production plans, client feedback and evaluation, storyboards, scripts and design plans.
Top Designs 2011 includes furniture, fashion, graphic and product design, film, print layout, photography, animation, food product planning, websites and mechanical and electronic projects So if you are studying VCE or VET media or arts check out this wonderful exhibition of exemplary student work.

The following are a list of vce business management websites that could be used for research purposes.

This page takes you to the VCAA business management website. It will have the assessment guide, links to past exams, exam criteria, assessor reports, articles and other useful items. This should be your first point of reference for all information relating to this subject.

Human Resource Management site at swinburne uni

This Swinburne Uni link is comprehensive yet may border on being too detailed and irrelevant to VCE students. Make sure you check out the study design to make sure you are on track.

Business.gov.au

This government site has highly relevant information for starting up a business including taxation, occupational health and ...

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I was sent a link yesterday to a brand new website resource for helping young adults with depression and anxiety called Youth Beyond Blue . It has been developed by the good people at Beyond Blue to help adults and young adults deal identify the signs of depression and anxiety and help them get the help they really need.

According to the website:

Depression doesn’t just cause young people to feel sad or down, and anxiety doesn’t just make people worry. Teenagers can express depression and anxiety in many different ways. They may:have trouble falling or staying asleep, or complain of restless, unsatisfying sleepbe tired, grumpy, irritable, tearful or upset most of the timefeel restless, keyed-up or on edgelose interest in thin...

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There is one universal element that all people have to master in their life - and that is time.

Time is the great equaliser. We each have 168 hours per week with which to use our time and some people are able to achieve an extraordinary amount in that time, others not so much. Given that we all have this finite resource doesn't it make sense to try and figure out the best way to utilise your time? I have written many articles surrounding time mastery including the 8 principles of time principles and balancing priorities in the VCE and I'm passionate about finding strategies that help me to balance work, family, friends, business and health/fitness. It's never easy but it is so important for you to figure this out and constantly strive to...

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Kudos to Louise Roberts from Trinity for sharing her VCE English Prezi on the context "Whose Reality."

A prezi is a cool little presentation tool that anyone can use and is a different way to present information, particularly using multi-media. It is non-linear in presentation format so you can zoom and pan to focus on different aspects. Just hit the play button at the base of the prezi to get started. Enjoy!

YouTube

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Hi all,

To download the latest VCE calendars for the months of July and August - head over to: http://www.vcehelp.com.au/vce-resources/

Print off and add your own important dates and information as you see fit.

Cheers,

Heath

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