Hi everyone! I’m Chloe and I graduated high school in 2022 with a raw EAL score of 49 and an ATAR of 99.10. Currently, I’m studying for a Bachelor of Commerce at Monash University. In the past, I have worked as a teaching assistant for an English centre and gathered a lot of experience in designing a unique learning environment for each group of individuals. As an EAL student, I always strived to create meanings around the lessons obtained from each text. I believe in applicability as a fundamental learning principle and I hope to inspire you to also explore different aspects of life through these different lenses.
How to score a 100% in the VCE EAL Listening Section
Listening is the very first part of your EAL exam. It consists of two parts and accounts for 20% of the total exam marks. The listening task tests students on their understanding about the appropriate language used for different occasions and different audiences. It features a variety of both formal and informal interactions between friends, colleagues, family members, etc.
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