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    Prescribed text for those who graduate in 2019?

    I'm in Year 10 as of now (so I'll graduate in 2019) and I plan to do Advanced English next year. I plan to read ahead on the prescribed texts which I'll possibly do for my HSC course, so I tried to find a list of them and I encountered two lists, one from boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au and another from syllabus.nesa.nsw.edu.au. The problem here is that the one from the Board of Studies website shows a 2015-2020 curriculum while the Syllabus website shows a 2019-2023 curriculum. Which list should of prescribed texts should I use?

    Board of Studies: http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au...s-2015-20.html
    Syllabus: https://syllabus.nesa.nsw.edu.au/eng...vanced-stage6/

    Also, yes, I'm aware the board of studies website is being replaced but when I click on the new NESA website then try to navigate to the Advanced English prescribed texts it automatically sends me to the Board of Studies link I pasted above.

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    Re: Prescribed text for those who graduate in 2019?

    Hmm I'd guess you use the NESA texts since the new syllabus is coming in 2019
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