HTAV VCE History Exam Revision Student Lectures

VCE History Exam Revision Student Lectures


Welcome to the 2021 VCE History Exam Revision Student Lectures!

Get a boost with extra help from some of the most effective VCE History teachers in Victoria.

These Exam Revision Lectures are a must for students of VCE Australian History, Ancient History and Revolutions. The lectures will help to prepare students for the exam as well as covering course content and revision strategies.

Missed out on attending the VCE History Exam Revision Student Lectures? Register today to access the recordings!

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  • The opinions expressed at the Student Lecture Series are those of presenters, and do not necessarily reflect the views of HTAV or the VCAA.

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