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Webinar: How I studied to achieve 99.95

Sun 25 Sep, 2022 , 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Find out how Alan studied for his HSC and his tips on how to score a 99.95 ATAR

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1 hour





Learn Alan's tips and tricks for effective HSC study

Not sure if you’re studying the right way? Matrix and Sydney Boys High School graduate Alan Wong topped the state with a 99.95 ATAR in 2020. Alan reveals his study techniques and tips he used for the HSC.

About the presenter


Alan Wong

99.95 ATAR

Matrix and Sydney Boys High School graduate. Alan Wong achieved the highest possible ATAR of 99.95. He is now studying a double degree in Science and Medicine at The University of Sydney.

The student success secrets you'll learn in Alan's webinar

Part 1

Building effective study habits

  • How to build a weekly study schedule you can stick to
  • The importance of building healthy study habits
  • Managing procrastination and increasing productivity
  • Maintaining health and wellbeing for more effective studying

Part 2


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I'm not a Matrix student, can I still join?

All are welcome to join us. This webinar is for any high school student who is looking for study techniques or inspiration.


Is it really free to attend?

Yes! Simply register for the event and we’ll email you the link to the live event on the day.


I can't make the time. Will you a recording be available?

No, the live event will not be available to rewatch like our Matrix+ Online Course videos. However, you’re welcome to join our future webinars!

Do I need an account to join the webinar?

No, you just need to click the link which we’ll email you on the day.


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