Student Lifestyle

Australian Grading System – Primary, High School, TAFE and University – – Education Article

The Australian School System has three main levels of education: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary. Primary and Secondary follow an alphabetical grading system, where A is the highest achievement and F is the lowest.  For most students studying at this level the expected achievement is a C grade as it demonstrates that the student is competent at that level. TAFE and University Grading System Tertiary education, which includes TAFE (Technical and Further Education) and University, the general markings range from High…

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Living In Adelaide – How is life and reasons to live in – – Education Article

Pros and cons of living in AdelaideBy Kayla Hamilton Reasons for living in Adelaide? Peaceful Does not have a sense of urgency Public art, free museums and art galleries, festivals popping off around the year A quirky little place, it is never hard to find a band playing somewhere, nor is it hard to find a good coffee “Peaceful,” is one of the words used to describe a city that so many others like to criticise, but when talking to…

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Living In Melbourne – How is life and reasons to live in – Education Article

Reasons for living in Melbourne? Convenience, what ever you want to do, you are likely to find it somewhere near you Diversity One of the most liveable cities in the world Surrounded by the creative life force What do you want to do? One day you wake up and you want to try something new. You open that Google search and look for what ever that urge is, near you. You find it. It is only twenty minutes away. That…

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Introvert Vs Extrovert – – Education Article

Can you be both Introvert Vs Extrovert? Most of us think being introverted or extroverted is as easy as falling into one of two categories. What would you rather? Stay at home on a Friday night or would you rather go out with friends to a bar? Can you want and do both? The answer is yes! Two-thirds of people do not strongly identify as introverts or extroverts and these people are called ambiverts, who have both introverted and extroverted…

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25 Low Calorie Snacks for the Body On-the-Go: – – Education Article

Diet and fitness in today’s culture can often feel as though someone has pushed the fast-forward button: “Lose 5kilos in 5 days!”, “15-minute single-pot dinners!” “10 minutes to the best abs of your life!” As much as you might like to see results quicker than you can refresh Instagram, fitness and nutrition are take a bit more planning and patience. We want to make one step a little easier for you by providing 25 low-calorie snacks, with prep time ranging…

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Prebiotic Foods for Better Gut Health – – Education Article

You’ve probably heard the terms probiotic and prebiotic thrown around but what do those words actually mean? What is the difference between probiotic and prebiotic and what are the benefits? Prebiotics and probiotics have a symbiotic relationship. This means if you want to get the full benefits make sure to consume foods that have probiotics and prebiotics. Probiotics are bacteria that live in food. When we consume them, they survive digestion and end up in our gut – don’t worry…

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How much are you spending on your stationery? – – Education Article

1) What stationery do you usually buy for yourself? I will buy myself anything to do with stationery! From pens, pencils, texters, highlighters, note books, paper clips, sticky notes and pins. 2) How much are you paying for your stationery? I am paying anywhere from 50cents each piece to $40 each piece for my stationery. Depending on the brand. 3) Where do you usually shop for stationery? Normally I will shop on WISH for my stationery, especially if I’m wanting…

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How to get a job with no experience? – – Education Article

One of the biggest achievements in my life thus far was in 2016, when I secured by first ever taste of employment. But I can’t say it was the easiest of tasks, as entering the workforce without any experience is challenging enough. How to get a job with no experience? With persistence, courage and effort, the journey to becoming employed became a whole lot easier. Even with no experience, what counts is all the hard work you put in to…

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Year 12 muck up day ideas – – Education Article

Muck up day ideas by a former year 12 Student, Alexandra. So muck-up day is around the corner and you are not to sure what to do, you’re in luck; here are 15 muck-up day ideas to inspire your chaos. Muck up day ideas 1. The classic water balloon fight. Bring balloons filled with water, and the rest is self explanatory, throw them at younger grades or fellow peers! Muck up day ideas 2. Zip it! This prank is the…

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