HSC Resources

The Blue Mountains City Library staff are available to provide research and study assistance to HSC students. Do not hesitate to come and talk to us.

We offer a special HSC collection. located at Springwood, Katoomba and Blaxland libraries for use in the library or overnight loan (up to two per card). Some of the titles in the HSC Collection are also available as a regular ANF 3 week loan, so check the catalogue.

The HSC collection includes study guides, past HSC questions and answers, exam workbooks, and guides. The HSC collection covers a range of subjects, including English, Maths, Chemistry, Biology, History, Ancient History, Business, Commerce, Economics, Religion, Computer Studies, Legal Studies and more.

The CSU guide for HSC students includes resources, information and advice, that will help you during preparation for the HSC including past papers, study guides and study tips. Discover the Library HSC Collection. Items in the collection can be borrowed overnight. Ask your Librarian for more information or email bmlibrary@bmcc.nsw.gov.au
NESA (NSW Education Standards Authority) provides information about past HSC examination papers, marking guidelines, notes from the Marking Centre and more. NSW HSC (Stage 6) syllabuses are outlined by NESA (NSW Education Standards Authority).
This page, a part of the UAC site – Universities Admissions Centre, gives information on the ranking system used to compare the results of students who have completed different combinations of HSC courses in New South Wales. Created by students for students, Bored of Studies provides current year 11 and year 12 students with lots of resources and support to help them succeed during the HSC and beyond.
When in the Library click here. Students of all ages will find it easy to conduct research, complete homework assignments and work on special projects with up-to-date resources. Online resources designed to provide students with opportunities to optimise their Year 11 and 12 scores.
Get help on specific HSC subjects, exam preparation, study plans and practice questions. An introductory guide to citing, referencing and writing.
Mr Eddie Woo is a NSW maths teacher who posts his lessons online. Students all over the world have found his lessons helpful in explaining maths topics. Contains a series of essays that present multiple sides of a current issue. With over 100 topics, it provides a basis to develop persuasive arguments and essays, and helps students build a better understanding of controversial issues and increase their analytical thinking skills.
Stress, anxiety and feeling down can affect anyone, and in face happens to a lot of us at some point in our lives. Beyond Blue has information and practical advice a variety of mental health topics ReachOut is a leading online mental health organisation for young people and their parents. The website provides practical support, tools and tips.