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To the Students of Year 12, 2013.
Please use this guide and other resources available to you, to fully investigate all the options that are available to you. You can never to be too informed, organised or start too early when investigating possible paths for yourself.
Bonus points play a real role in gaining entry to university courses. Gaining an extra subject bonus point here and there can make the difference between gaining your first university preference or your third university preference.
Inquiry and critical thinking will enable you to make informed decisions. Remember be smart about your HSC.
If there are any questions or queries, please not do hesitate to contact me at school or by email peter.bull@oxley.nsw.edu.au
Have a great Year 12!
Mr Peter Bull
Careers Adviser
Oxley College

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