How To Get The Edge In Your VCE Exams From Students Who Have Crushed Their Results

Learn the secrets to studying your subjects from those who have been there and aced it!

What you'll learn in these exam revision sessions could make all the difference

English

Susan is you presenter, she graduated in 2018 with an ATAR of 97.70 and dux in English, History Revolutions, Global Politics and French.

Math Methods

Gypsy is presenting here, he graduated from the Skyline Program in 2018 and achieved the highest ATAR of 97.7 of any boy in the government sector in the Geelong region!

English Literature

Josh is your presenter who graduated in 2018 with an ATAR of 99.85. He is currently studying his Bachelor of Medical Science / Doctor of Medicine at Monash University.

Psychology

Skyline Alumna Malaz from the Class of 2019 is your presenter who achieved an ATAR of 97.35.

Further Maths

Your presenter Adrian, is a Skyline Alumnus graduating in 2011 with an ATAR of 95.95 and a perfect score for Further Mathematics!

EAL

Theano, Skyline Alumna, graduated from the Skyline Program in 2019 with an ATAR of 94.70 and an extraordinary EAL result! Find out more!

Chemistry

Presenting here is Josh who graduated in 2018 with an ATAR of 99.85 and is now studying Medicine.

English Language

Presenter Jess graduated in 2018 with an ATAR of 98.35 and is currently studying a Bachelor of Science, majoring in physics.

Specialist Maths

Again Skyline Alumnus Gypsy is presenting bringing his 97.7 ATAR into the mix.

Legal Studies

Presenting is Malaz, Skyline graduate with her 97.35 ATAR and now at the University of Melbourne.

Economics

Brigette your presenter graduated as dux of her school in 2018, with an ATAR of 99.75, finishing with a 47 in Economics.

Biology

Presenting here is Ethan who graduated with an ATAR of 99.65 and was accepted into Medical School at Monash University.

Business Management

Jasmine your presenter graduated with a 95.95 ATAR in 2017, finishing with a 49 in Business Management!

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About this Exam Revision Series

Skyline is thrilled to build on its relationship with UBS, as their support enables us to create an Exam Revision Series for the benefit of our students in year 12, and those in year 11, studying advanced units 3 & 4 subjects. We have been able to utilise multi-talented Skyline alumni, and learned friends to deliver the sessions, along with a number of engaged UBS staff who will be available during the sessions.

Thanks also to UBS’s generosity, we are able to extend the benefit our students receive, to include students who attend our partner government schools. Our partner schools endeavor to support and educate a high percentage of students who would welcome this opportunity to get ahead, and prepare for a brighter future.

Skyline continues to celebrate this partnership with UBS, a leading investment bank and asset manager in ANZ, which has in the past included hosting Masterclasses, our Annual Reception, Alumni gatherings, and providing much needed IT equipment.

About Skyline

Our passion for helping specific young people originates from our founder, the late John S Cheetham, an educational psychologist, who understood the power of education to change the life of a child – in particular, a student with the intellectual ability to make a major contribution to the world, but little or no ability to change the circumstances of their background.

This year, more than at any other period in the organisation’s history, particularly since the COVID-19 lockdown period compounded issues, we have looked at how we could extend our services so that Skyline students, and also now students from our partner schools, would not fall behind VCE counterparts elsewhere in the education system.

Welcome everyone!

A Word From UBS

As a core part of our Community Affairs program, and in line with our global policy, we focus our contributions on education and entrepreneurship initiatives.
Skyline’s work is evidence based, enabling students to realise significant life benefits in their education and career pathways, skills development and self-awareness.

Given the current environment and the challenges students face, the need for support is even greater this year. We are delighted to work closely with Skyline, supporting the Exam Revision Series whilst offering our staff to provide much needed directed support over and above straight financial contributions. Offering a “hand up” not a “hand out” is core to our philosophy.