The countdown to the 2019 Higher School Certificate (HSC) exams has begun and once again MidCoast Libraries Forster branch will host study nights to support students.
This is the seventh year these study nights have been held.
They provide HSC students with exclusive after-hours access to library facilities including Wi-Fi, printing, photocopying, and a quiet space.
There's also refreshments to keep students' energy levels up.
Study nights will take place on Wednesday, July 24 and 31 and August 7 and 14 August, from 5pm to 8pm.
"Our HSC study nights have continued to grow each year, with more and more students using the opportunity to network with other students and support each other through their full-on HSC study," MidCoast Libraries manager, Chris Jones said.
These nights often help students maintain motivation for their studies and it's great for them to be surrounded by others going through the same, intense time.Chris Jones
"These nights often help students maintain motivation for their studies and it's great for them to be surrounded by others going through the same, intense time," he said.
All students studying the 2019 HSC are welcome to attend and no bookings are required, just turn up on the night.
The library also will provide each HSC student in the Mid Coast LGA with an HSC print card.
This card will allow students free access to printing and photocopying across all library locations up until November 30, 2019.
HSC Print Cards will be distributed to students via their schools in term three.
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