January 9, 2021

State Ranker Guide: How to approach Novel Study (To Kill a Mockingbird)

In English, you’ll be required to study literature and gain a deeper appreciation for the thought put behind its creation. As a result, you can expect […]
January 8, 2021

State Ranker Guide: How to Write a Comparative Essay (Module A + Extension 1)

Comparative essays are a staple of Advanced, Extension I English and throughout Year 7-10, and the rationale behind it makes sense – NESA wants to measure […]
January 5, 2021

State Ranker Guide: How to Write a Full Mark Reflection

Module C: The Craft of Writing is as much a unit about your own skill and style in composition as it is a demonstration of your […]
January 4, 2021

State Ranker Guide: Related Texts for Worlds of Upheaval (English Extension 1)

How to best structure the elective essay while effectively incorporating related texts is a question that many students frequently ask. Being able to integrate ideas and […]
January 4, 2021

State Ranker guide to Waiting for Godot (English Extension 1 Worlds of Upheaval)

When studying a text like Waiting for Godot where there is so much to unpack, it really gives you the opportunity to write about key themes […]
January 4, 2021

State Ranker Guide: How to Construct a Critical Response (Section 1 English Extension 1)

When approaching the critical analysis component of the first section of your exam, many students struggle to formulate a response because of question unfamiliarity and not […]
December 21, 2020

State Ranker Frankenstein Notes: Worlds of Upheaval (English Extension 1)

Studying the Worlds of Upheaval elective allows you to explore different aspects of your novels in unique ways. For Frankenstein, by considering the diverse perspective of […]
December 19, 2020

Full Mark Essay Tips for English Extension 1 by a State Ranker

How to Write a Section II Critical Response As one of the most important writing skills for English Extension 1, being able to compose a critical […]