# WORKSHOPS

## ONly

## $60

## for

## 4 hours

## Start-to-finish

## Externals

## L3 CALCULUS

Morning Exam 23/11

Differentiation Workshop

8am - 12:30pm 16/11

Integration Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 18/11

Complex Numbers Workshop

8am - 12:30pm 20/11

## L3 Chemistry

afternoon Exam 27/11

Thermochemistry Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 17/11

Organics Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 19/11

Aqueous Solutions Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 25/11

## L3 PHYSICS

Afternoon Exam 2/12

Waves Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 28/11

Mechanics Workshop

8am - 12:30pm 29/11

Electricity Workshop

8am - 12:30pm 30/11

## L2 Maths

Morning Exam 19/11

Calculus Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 13/11

Algebra Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 14/11

Probability Workshop

8am - 12:30pm 17/11

## l2 chemistry

Morning Exam 26/11

Structure & Bonding Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 20/11

Organics Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 23/11

Chemical Reactivity Workshop

8am - 12:30pm 25/11

## L2 PHYSICS

Morning exam 16/11

Waves Workshop

1pm - 5:30pm 8/11

Mechanics Workshop

4pm - 8:30pm 10/11

Electricity Workshop

4pm - 8:30pm 12/11

## WHY

## WHAT

## WHEre

As if our graph wasn't enough, we'll explain it here too. The way NCEA is set up, you learn your externals all throughout the year, don't see them again until mock exams, and then you're not actually tested on them until the exam period at the end of the year.

Now this is good, because it reinforces retaining knowledge, and means you can't learn something for 6 weeks then wipe it from your memory.

However, it also means you really have to do a bit of study to try and remember something you haven't seen in months, which is where we come in.

Our 4 hour workshops are run by experienced tutors, and are designed to cover external standards from start-to-finish, which is an awesome way to kickstart your own study for both mocks and the actual exam period.

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â€‹If you're keen, fill out our form below to register you place in one of our workshops!

This year we are only running our workshops in Canterbury.

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We run them at the University of Canterbury.