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    Preparation for BBus

    I'm going into the BBusiness this year and I was wondering what are some things I can do in preparation for this year at Uni to try and maximise my marks? Ie reading textbooks looking at past papers etc? I want to go well marks wise and want to go in confident.

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    Re: Preparation for BBus

    I'm not a BBus student but have friends in there and they say you need to be pretty decent at maths for business statistics subjects.
    In terms of studying/preparation in general, don't leave uni work till the last week/minute, this method works in HSC but usually doesn't work in uni especially with big projects such as those in Engineering & IT.
    You should be fine As long as you study every week. Don't stress too much, this isn't HSC where you're competing against each other for the stupid ATAR and top ranks in subjects, just don't slack off and you will be fine.

    Best of luck!

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    Re: Preparation for BBus

    Heya,

    Hopefully I'm not too late to give you advice on this. I ended up achieving a HD average over my B.Bus degree (with majors in Finance and Economics). As the_matrix pointed out, staying on top of your work will help a lot! Completing tutorial questions before class and asking tutors and lecturers questions will help. From memory, most of the exam questions throughout semester were very similar to the tutorial questions. Doing past papers is a good way to test your knowledge but I would suggest them being a second priority after wrapping your head around those tutorial questions.

    Make use of consultation times. I used to attend them for subjects I found difficult. I would also highly recommend U:PASS, which is a great resource for first year and second year students. Also, go ahead and find yourself a smart study buddy to get through University with. I can definitely say my smart ass friends helped me a lot, and I wouldn't have been able to cope with Uni without them, let alone get these marks

    Feel free to ask me any questions if you need help with anything!

    Good luck with everything!!
    Last edited by rvh; 16 May 2018 at 8:57 PM.

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