Resources to help with Year 10 subject selection

Resources to help with Year 10 subject selection

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We’ve put together some useful resources to help with your Year 10 subject selection option, first of all we recommend you read Alan Finkel’s (Australian Chief Scientist) advice to Julie in Year 10. It could put you in the right mind set and help you prioritise better.


The basics about subject selection 


Confused about subject selection? Then read this short blog with 5 tips for Year 10 subject selection, it could help. Ponder Careers have also put together a handy workbook which can walk you through the process and take away the pressure – get it here.

Subject Selection Handbook



Need some extra help?


There are lots of experts (aside from your qualified and experience teachers and parents) out publishing information and tools that could help you make decisions; so you’ll end up studying the subjects that are right for you.

First of all see what information your school provides, if you think you need more guidance – check these out:

Tertiary Admission Centres (TACs)





Lots of universities provide information about Year 10 subject selection and pathways to uni, here’s a few that we’ve found.

Bear in mind most of this information may be geared towards getting you into a course at that particular uni, so it’s probably worth checking prerequisites and advice available for specific courses and institutions you have in mind.

Calling the Future Students office at individual uni’s with any questions could also be a great way to help you decide on subjects to take.


Education Departments


All education departments provide resources for Year 10 subject selection, but you’re best speaking directly with your school for more detailed information.

It could be worth taking a peek at the information provided by other states too, they sometimes have resources you might find more appealing or informative.

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