Being 15 in Australia by Lida most 6th class period

Being 15 in Australia is heard because you get the freedom you deserve but also you have often experience stress from pressure to do well in school.

I searched Live as a 15 year old in Australia because it interested me and i was thinking of going to college in Australia. Located in the continent of Oceania, Australia covers 7,682,300 square kilometers of land and 58,920 square kilometers of water, making it the 6th largest nation in the world with a total area of 7,741,220 square kilometers.

Australia was founded as a distinct and original nation in 1918. The population of Australia is 22,015,576 (2012) and the nation has a density of 3 people per square kilometer. The size is 2.97 million mi². The brief history of Australia The history of Australia from 1788–1850 covers the early colonial period of Australia's history, from the arrival in 1788 of the First Fleet of British ships at Sydney, New South Wales, who established the penal colony, the scientific exploration of the continent and later, establishment of other Australian colonies. 2016 Economic Freedom Score: 80.3 (down 1.1 points).

The one on the left top is students in a school picture and next to it is a girl with her friend being happy and the last picture is the collage in Australia.

Being 15 in Australia is heard because you get the freedom you deserve but also you have often experience stress from pressure to do well in school.

Australian Outback

Students often experience stress because there parents put a lot of pressure to do well at school.

“An international assessment of school years 4 and 8 shows that Australian students’ average performance is now below that of England and the USA: countries that we used to classify as educationally inferior.”

And surprisingly enough, being a TEENAGER was also a part of parents' and experts' lives as well. And I can tell you, dear reader, there are two reasons for some of the ridiculous reasons and stories I have heard. Parents and experts are jealous of us! They are making our lives hard because they can't remember what it was like to be a kid. Or they are stereotypical ignorant people.

Socal can affect their brain to things that they think is right to do bad things like drinking.

“I know lots of people who just have a few drinks to lighten up and get on the dance floor to have some fun. Some people like getting drunk, and sometimes extremely drunk, while these are accurate guesses, you can never be certain. The behaviour of someone when they are drunk really varies.”

“At 15, I find that most aspects of life can be grouped into three categories. Relationships; between boys and girls and I believe most importantly between parents and children. Technology; this is self explanatory - iPods, mobiles, internet, and how these marvels of modern-day inventions affect 15-year-olds everywhere. And last but not least, alcohol. Yes or no? Acceptable or prohibited? These are the major questions faced by teenagers and adults alike, so I will provide an insight into my life and try to shed some light on these subjects.”

Being 15 In Australia must be incredibly exciting sometimes. Their lives seem to be full of excitement and freedom with choices that they can discover all sorts of opportunities. These choices come with responsibility and to plan ahead and to think on how are they going to accomplish this goal.

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"When Can I Have Sex?" Lawstuff Australia - Know Your Rights - - Topics - Sex - When Can I Have Sex? N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Dec. 2016.

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