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What subjects should you study?

Choosing your study path for year 11 and year 12 goes hand in hand with the course(s) you're hoping to list as TISC preferences.

Here are some handy tips to help you make these choices:

  1. You'll need to make sure you are studying the right level of English to meet our English Competency requirements. You are strongly encouraged to study Stage 3 English, Literature or EALD courses in year 12. We do, however, have a range of options based on the English you may study in year 12.
  2. If there is a prerequisite Stage 3 course for the course you are interested in, you'll need to ensure you're studying the right WACE courses in years 11 and 12.
  3. If there are other admission requirements for the course (completing an audition, submitting a folio of work or undertaking an interview), you'll need to ensure you're on track to fulfil these.
  4. When you're in year 12, work hard to achieve the highest ATAR you possibly can achieve to ensure you are competitive for the course you're hoping to study.

Get to know your options

We run a range of Future Student Information Evenings throughout the year. These evenings will give you all the information you need to make an informed choice about studying, admission, entry pathway options, subject selection and much more.

We also run study area specific information evenings throughout the year, where staff who teach in related courses will discuss their course structures, career outcomes and what the course involves. These events will give you information about all of the courses within a study area and help you to select the right course to meet your career aims, e.g. Education, Engineering, Nursing and Law.

For more information and to register for upcoming events, see our Events page.

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