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Modern & Ancient History HSC Core Questions (CD rom)
Toni Hurley and Paul Kiem, HTANSW 2010
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In 2010, objective response/multiple-choice questions were introduced into the Core section of the HSC Exam for both Modern and Ancient History.

This CD presents updated Core exam advice in light of these changes and has been produced as a supplement to the HTA's Modern and Ancient History Study Guides.

It is presented as a 58 page booklet in Adobe PDF format.


  • 3 sets of Ancient Core Questions and 1 sample answer*
  • 3 sets of Modern Core Questions and 1 sample answer* 

* NOTE - Only 1 set of sample answers are provided. 2 sets of the questions do not have answers. 


Paul Kiem is currently the Professional Officer for the History Teachers' Association of NSW. He was Chief Examiner for the HSC Modern History paper for a number of years and is also the President of the History Teachers' Association of Australia. 

Toni Hurley is a highly experienced Ancient History teacher who has published extensively. She also speaks regularly to students and teachers and is an experienced HSC marker.



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