Studying for the HSC and can’t find the stuff that you need?
Don’t worry - Hurstville City Library has you covered. Our library provides a range of websites and free research databases, to cater for your every study need.
HSC Web Links
The NSW State Library Research Guides link to a variety of subject areas such as HSC, Aboriginal Studies, Business, Government, Literature and Language and Social Sciences
HSC English Research Guide - State Library
Information on prescribed texts and writing skills specific to each English study level. Click on HSC then choose your preferred English level:
Advanced and Extension English
FindLegal Answers Information about the law in NSW, including key legal issues.
HSC Legal Studies Research Guide -State Library
Information on a variety of HSC Legal topical areas. Scroll and click on the HSC, then choose your preferred Legal subject.
HSC Legal Studies: Crime -State Library
This web guide helps students find resources related to crime.
NSW Government – Board of Studies
Information on HSC syllabuses, assessments, exams and results. Site includes an online multiple-choice question quiz based on past HSC papers.
Physics Resources for HSC Students and Science Teachers – University of NSW
In-depth information on physics, as well as animations and video film clips.
HSC Resources: Physics – Sydney University
Information, student worksheets and useful web links from a respected source.
Australians on the Western Front 1914-1918 – Dept. Of Veterans’ Affairs and Board of Studies NSW
Great resource for Modern History students, with information on the battles on the Western Front (World War 1) that Australians participated in.
Gallipoli: the First Day – ABC
An ABC 3D documentary site about the WW1 ANZAC landing at Gallipoli, on 25 April, 1915. A fascinating website for Modern History students.
Australia and the Vietnam War – Dept. Of Veterans’ Affairs and Board of Studies NSW
Resource for Modern History students with details of the battles that the Australian Army fought in, as well as information on conscription and public opinion.
A digital archive for students studying Australians in the First World War. The site follows the First World War experiences of Captain Charles Linklater, who served in the Australian Imperial Force. Use of primary sources.