Tamworth students in the thick of HSC exams

ALMOST THERE: Calrossy HSC students Lachlan Dunn, Demi Ball and James Newcombe after their Modern History exam. Photo:Gareth Gardner 191016GGB04

ALMOST THERE: Calrossy HSC students Lachlan Dunn, Demi Ball and James Newcombe after their Modern History exam. Photo:Gareth Gardner 191016GGB04

A WEEK into their HSC exams and these students are nothing but smiles; so far.

It was Modern History time for students at Calrossy Anglican School, in what marks the second week of the exam period and the end of 13 years of schooling.

HSC students from across the region will sit their biology exams on Thursday, while others studying language subjects will also sit the grueling tests.

Students are expected to come back to school halls on Friday, when general mathematics and maths extension exams are scheduled.

The exams are set to finish on Friday, November 18 and students will have just a few short weeks to wait before results are officially released in early December.

It’s then they will find out if the many hours of extra study have paid off.

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