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    Assumed knowledge -pyschology

    For the bachelor of psychology at Newcastle uni which I am likely to go to, advanced maths is assumed knowledge and I am doing it in my HSC 2015.
    I am doing 12 units and am expecting my advanced math mark not to count towards my atar. I am averaging in preliminary for maths at 60% and all other subjects 80% and above.
    My question is.
    Do I have to pass advanced maths to get into the bachelor of psychology? Also how much of advanced maths is really in psychology at uni?
    I have emailed the uni about it, Newcastle was not helpful and sent me a link to the bachelor of psychology. Macquarie is also one I am looking at and maths is not assumed or reccomended.
    Thank you

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    Re: Assumed knowledge -pyschology

    one thread pls: Assumed knowledge question
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    Re: Assumed knowledge -pyschology

    Assumed knowledge would be the ability to read and write and basic mathetmatical knowledge of operations such as addition, multiplication, subtraction and division.

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