Support for Wide Bay students sitting exams

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Member for Wide Bay Llew O'Brien wishes the best of luck to all local Year 12 students sitting their final exams.

"I wish all Wide Bay students who are sitting their final year exams the very best, and would like to remind them, their parents and carers, it's important to look after themselves during this busy and often stressful time," Mr O'Brien said.

"Leaving school and entering adult life is an exciting time in your life, and regardless of the exam results there are amazing opportunities for you, whether it be pursuing higher education, vocational education or getting a job.

"Year 12 students have many choices and decisions to make about the future and there can also be a lot of pressure around exam time, so I would encourage students to make use of the many resources to help cope and to reach your life goals.

"The Morrison Government has produced resources with information for students and parents to navigate the exam period and beyond, including the School Leavers' Guide available from my office  which provides a summary of post-school options, financial assistance, employment programs, and more."

The Guide has been distributed to secondary schools in the Wide Bay electorate.  It is also available for downloading from Mr O'Brien's website at www.llewobrien.com.au

Further resources for students and parents are available at:

Information about higher education courses and government assistance for financing tertiary study can be found at:  
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