Hi I’m Alexis and I am enrolled in cert 3 in animal studies this year in February and I was wondering who else is enrolled in animal studies too🤍
Hi there. I am getting together all my admission documents to enrol in the Bachelor of Nursing. I need to write up a Personal Statement. Holmesglen does not have an example of what this should include/word lengh. I have had a look online for some examples but wanted to see if anyone here could give me a few pointers? I think I may be overthinking it.
Over the last 10 months, I have put love and care to this orchids and its blooming again today. I am amazed that it has grown so much. It is strong, energetic and beautiful as everyone. If you put love, care and dedication, you will gain in the future.
Online Exam tips
1. Getting ready
• Start your day relaxed.
• Eat something.
• Communicate positively.
• Dress for success ( wear comfortable clothing but not pyjamas)
If you feel tense or anxious
• Keep things in perspective.Try practicing some grounding techniques to clam down.
Count 5 things you can see in your immediate surrounds, 4 things you can touch, 3 things you can hear, 2 things you can smell and 1 thing you can taste.
2. Reading time
• Read the instructions very carefully
• Scan through the entire exam
• Calculate the time you can spend on each answer
• Allocate time to review
• Decide which questions are best to attempt.
• Decide the order in which you will respond.
• Start with questions that seem easiest to you
3. Writing time
• Carefully analyse questions before answering by asking yourself:
• Highlight or write down key formulae, terms and theories
• Process your ideas and plan your response.
• Answer all parts of the question.
• Stick to your allocated time for each answer
• Answer all questions don’t leave any blank.
• Take time to pause and refocus if you are finding the exam stressful
4. After the exam
Relax and take a break. Do somethings you will enjoy.
Hello beautiful people! I hope you're keeping safe.
Join us for International Students Connect: an online catch-up especially for Holmesglen international students!
It's gonna be a fun catch up and will be hosted by us Peer-to-Peer Program ambassadors (Myself, Nang Souphaphone & Ider) as we are also international students. Join us and other like-minded international students for a chat, to share your recent experiences, and to have FUN.
There will also be a casual game of trivia where you could win a $25 UberEats voucher!
When: 6-7pm, Thursday 10 September
Where: Online via Webex
I hope to see you there :)
How to climb a mountain?
I used to give up things easily when they are too hard. But what are the hardest things when I did not even try them. The most difficult is the initiative to do something.
I want to share a story which I told a group during Eilden trip last year. We had an Indigenous Australian art session outdoor and the surrounding were beautiful mountain range. The story behind my painting as below.
A person who want to achieve the top of the mountain require strong mentality, good equipment, and fitness skills. It is still hard for some people when they face challenges in the middle of the mountain. The key to success is do not give up and keep equipping yourself on the way. Always be thankful for those challenges and people who test you the most so you can become stronger.
There will be a different view on the top of the mountain than on the ground.
I hope you can achieve your mountain of success.
Do you know your rights and obligations as a Holmesglen student?
Check out the link below :)