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  1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

    Hello World

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  2. Gillian’s avatar

    it’s past bed time

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  3. Tommy Chen’s avatar

    “click here to write” link doesn’t work for me =(

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  4. Enoch Lau’s avatar

    Haha, I see Apple hasn’t always been so cool.

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  5. Senility’s avatar

    Wow. i love your web­site. very well made. and i would like to THANK YOU FOR YOUR YEAR 11 AND 12 NOTES! they have helped me so much in maths/​physics. =D

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  6. Bill Bartmann-’s avatar

    Great site…keep up the good work. I read a lot of blogs on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack sub­stance but, I just wanted to make a quick com­ment to say I’m glad I found your blog. Thanks,

    A def­in­ite great read…

    - Bill Bart­mann

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  7. Bryan S’s avatar

    lol nice job- know the guy who went to the HK law fair with you

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  8. Cazz w’s avatar

    woah, detailed notes 🙂
    — bry­an u stalk­er.

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  9. My Name is Noonga’s avatar

    Bril­liant, Bril­liant NOTES!! I LOVE YOU.

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  10. Gillian W’s avatar

    oy update! 🙂

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  11. Angelschein’s avatar

    I agree with u. I need to imedeatly add it in my RSS

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  12. Gillian W’s avatar

    Update please!!

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  13. huii’s avatar

    : ) thanks

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  14. abbie’s avatar

    hey, do u have oth­er yr 12 phys­ics notes? the space top­ic ones were really good. THANKS

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  15. Enoch Lau’s avatar

    Unfor­tu­nately, all the notes I have are already up here.

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  16. george chintofat’s avatar

    hey i was won­der­ing wat yhur grade 11 text­book name is because i need to ref­er­ence that for class.

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    1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

      Ref­er­en­cing it usu­ally means you actu­ally used it. Since you obvi­ously haven’t used it, then you should have no need to ref­er­ence it.

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    2. george chintofat’s avatar

      im srry.. the text­book that i need to ref­er­ence is actual­li the text­book you used for invest­ingaton on refrac­tion

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    3. Will’s avatar

      Hello Enouch

      I will be study­ing at Fort Street this year for yr 11. Since you were a former stu­dent can you give me any advice on the assign­ment type, work­load and the type of text and books you stud­ied on these fol­low­ing sub­jects
      — Eng­lish Advance) what books/​ text /​ top­ic and assign­ment you did )

      - Phys­ic
      ( assign­ments you did, prac­tic­al, etc )

      Thank you for your time
      W.Y

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      1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

        Hi W.Y.

        I must con­fess I can’t really remem­ber what books/​texts/​topics/​assignments I did in year 11 for Eng­lish. I think year 11 was when I did Oth­ello, but the teach­ers change books all the time (and not all classes do the same books) so even if I told you, it wouldn’t be much use. For phys­ics — again it’s too long ago and I’ve lost all com­puter files from back then apart from the ones I have up on this web­site. My best advice would be to pick up an up-to-date year 11 phys­ics text­book from the lib­rary and have a flick through it.

        As for work­load, Eng­lish requires the read­ing of set texts, which I found some­times a bit of a chore but you just need to press through with it. To do well in Eng­lish, you just need to start writ­ing your tasks early and allow time to refine and edit them. For phys­ics, you just need to be reg­u­lar in your study of the sub­ject, as it is a sub­ject that requires the mas­tery of one area to under­stand anoth­er. As for work­load, I would say good time man­age­ment con­quers any work­load that school provides. For phys­ics, a genu­ine interest in the sub­ject helps; if you’re doing it because you think it’ll improve your scal­ing or whatever, you’re wast­ing your time.

        If you have any more spe­cif­ic ques­tions, feel free to ask!

        Enoch

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      2. Tommy Chen’s avatar

        Hi W.Y., I will put in my two cents as anoth­er former stu­dent at Fort Street. It is also quite some time since year 11 for me, so things may well be dif­fer­ent. 2U Advanced Eng­lish for me included a study on “Power”, I think one of the core texts was Richard III but there were oth­ers. My advice is that, for both year 11 and 12, you need to start think­ing about pre­par­ing for Eng­lish tasks well in advance, includ­ing pre­par­ing gen­er­ic mater­i­als (both essays and cre­at­ive writ­ing pieces) that you can call upon in exams. You should try to find out the texts being stud­ied at school ahead of time, although you will know this soon enough once you start. Your fel­low stu­dents are likely to know which ones they are already. Apart from study­ing the actu­al texts well, it will also be a good idea to get hold of some good criticism/​analysis of the texts, includ­ing study guides.

        For Phys­ics, year 11 was rel­at­ively straight for­ward, and the cur­riculum pretty much fol­lowed the syl­labus. This makes things easi­er — get your hands on some qual­ity study mater­i­als (I think EXCEL guides were pop­u­lar back then, I don’t know if they still are) — but make sure you get an up-to-date edi­tion. A sol­id ground­ing in maths and “tra­di­tion­al” Phys­ics def­in­itely helps, but there is a lot of rote learn­ing in the cur­rent syl­labus, so be pre­pared for that.

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      3. Harry’s avatar

        Enoch, your phys­ics space notes were excel­lent! great job mate. Do you by chance have any for any of the oth­er mod­ules?

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        1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

          Sorry, everything I’ve got is up here already.

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        2. Linda Zhou’s avatar

          I LOVE your web­site!!
          best ever for cram­ming .

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        3. James’s avatar

          Hey,could u pls put up more eco­nom­ics notes regard­ing businesses(internal eco­nom­ies of scale,etc) and markets(equilbrium,gov intervention)?greatly appre­ci­ated

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          1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

            That’s all I’ve got, sorry.

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          2. John’s avatar

            Hi, do you have notes for the oth­er law units you did? Thanks.

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          3. David Lim’s avatar

            THANK YOU SO MUCH! You’re awe­some 😀

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          4. Heiron’s avatar

            Hey, would you by any chance have any notes from year 12 ??

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          5. Heiron’s avatar

            Hey, would you by any chance have any notes of yours from year 12 eco­nom­ics??

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            1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

              I didn’t do eco­nom­ics in year 12.

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            2. Heiron’s avatar

              Oh right, thanks any­way — your year 11 essay for eco­nom­ics is amaz­ing ser­i­ously ..

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            3. chia’s avatar

              any notes on interest rates ? for yr 11 ?

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            4. Jatinder’s avatar

              Hey man, what degree did you do in uni?

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              1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

                Science/​Law at Sydney Uni

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              2. Jatinder’s avatar

                Did you start of with law, or did you trans­fer

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                1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

                  I star­ted with com­bined science/​law.

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                2. Jatinder’s avatar

                  Which uni is bet­ter for com­merce between Sydney and New South

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                  1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

                    You should prob­ably ask someone who actu­ally stud­ied com­merce for their opin­ion instead of me 🙂

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                  2. Peter Horeczyj’s avatar

                    Great site mate.
                    do you have any notes/​essays on a cost bene­fit ana­lys­is? cheers

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                  3. Moderator’s avatar

                    If you are asi­an and you study law. You must speak up in tutori­als. White people always get the top pro­fes­sion because they can speak well. Dont be tim­id

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                  4. ARMO’s avatar

                    Very nice site, I appre­ci­ate the notes on Phys­ics HSC course. Shame there aren’t any for Eco­nom­ics HSC. That’s OK, thanks a lot still. 😀

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                  5. Meme’s avatar

                    You are won­der­ful! Eco­nom­ic notes are excel­lent 🙂

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                  6. mystring’s avatar

                    hi~ do u have any notes and tri­al papers on chem for both pre­lim and HSC^^?

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                    1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

                      No, I didn’t do chem­istry in years 11 and 12.

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                    2. Jenny’s avatar

                      Hey enoch, i can’t acess your Yr 11 Invest­ig­a­tion on Ellipses as it required a mas­ter pass­word. Could you decrypt it for me to access it? Thanks

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                      1. Jenny’s avatar

                        Hey again, umm just won­der­ing you said all your notes are copy­right. And on some docs its got copy­right 2003, does­nt that mean your copy­right has ended o.O Just curi­ous LOOL

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                        1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

                          Nope, it just means I wrote it in 2003.

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                          1. Jenny’s avatar

                            oh does that mean copy­right is still going?? And also do you reck­on i can still use it? Im not sure when the syl­labus was last changed…

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                            1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

                              Yes I still have copy­right — copy­right in Aus­tralia lasts until 70 years after death of author.

                              If you’re using it for per­son­al study, knock your­self out. But you can­not use it for com­mer­cial use or cre­ate deriv­at­ive works — see the licence at the foot­er of the page.

                              As for wheth­er it still matches the syl­labus, I’m not sure — you’ll have to use your judge­ment as to wheth­er it matches what you’ve learnt at school.

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                            2. ballistic kid’s avatar

                              did you go to fort street?

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                              1. ballistic kid’s avatar

                                who was your maths teach­er?

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                              2. Jes’s avatar

                                A huge per­son­al thank you from me, I needed some soild study notes for my pre­lims and these have been per­fect, thanks for post­ing these notes they’re really help­ful.

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                              3. alanna’s avatar

                                did you only do eco in year 11? do you have hsc notes for eco too?

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                                1. Enoch Lau’s avatar

                                  Yeah, I only did it in Year 11.

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                                2. Nic’s avatar

                                  I actu­ally can not thank you enough for this omg!… I nev­er post of resource web­sites but this is just too good to use without thank­ing you 😀

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                                3. Amber’s avatar

                                  I actu­ally love you so much, you are amaz­ing thank you sooooo much for these notes

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                                4. ashwinie’s avatar

                                  do you have more notes on eco pre­lim­in­ary?

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                                5. Lisa’s avatar

                                  Thank you very much for all your notes, you’re such a good per­son to put togeth­er all these notes for us stu­dents 🙂

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