even though you didn't ask me, here are my 2 cents

imo, in general, I think only the brightest students of general mathematics would be capable of taking on mathematics at a higher level. If the average student in general mathematics could only grasp basic concepts like reading/interpreting a graph then they would struggle very heavily with the bridging course since it is taught at a very fast pace (literally all of the HSC content in a few weeks before uni) and then you must use whatever you learnt to do more further problems and many students have a weak foundation and it is likely that they would not succeed

but then again if a student works really really hard, I don't see why not (probably like 0.1% of students)

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