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VCE Latin Questions Thread
« on: August 02, 2018, 10:36:53 am »
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VCE LATIN Q&A THREAD

What is this thread for?
If you have general questions about the VCE Latin course or how to improve in certain areas, this is the place to ask! 👌


Who can/will answer questions?
Everyone is welcome to contribute; even if you're unsure of yourself, providing different perspectives is incredibly valuable.

Please don't be dissuaded by the fact that you haven't finished Year 12, or didn't score as highly as others, or your advice contradicts something else you've seen on this thread, or whatever; none of this disqualifies you from helping others. And if you're worried you do have some sort of misconception, put it out there and someone else can clarify and modify your understanding! 

There'll be a whole bunch of other high-scoring students with their own wealths of wisdom to share with you, including TuteSmart tutors! So you may even get multiple answers from different people offering their insights - very cool.


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Re: VCE Latin Questions Thread
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2022, 05:22:00 pm »
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Hi I'm studying latin 3/4 this year - I was wondering if you knew any lectures run by companies for latin (revision lectures) - there are sooo many for other subjects but I literally can't find any for Latin 😭help - or maybe any quick crashcourses that go through everything super fast (like in a fews days - i found some courses but they literally went on for 6 months - i would have already done my latin exam by that point 🥺😢)