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Ignore reputation, HSC results: how to choose the right high school

Brisbane Times Saturday, 2 March 2019
Ignore reputation, HSC results: how to choose the right high schoolIgnore reputation and forget about HSC results; experts reveal the right questions to ask when choosing a high school
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