I have heard mixed opinions on this but many of my friends and some of my family that have attended Macquarie thought it was both unfriendly and not a terribly social place granted that most of them attended over three years ago.
Has it changed?
Is it a friendly and social university?
Mathematics - 99 || MX1 - 98
Physics - 96 || Chemistry - 95
MX2 - 96
Eng Adv - 92
There was a reason we were called "Club Mac" for years lol, we even had a Scholar Ship!
Doctor: I'm afraid your son has the knack.
Dilmom: The knack?
Doctor: The knack. It's a rare condition characterized by an extreme intuition about all things mechanical and electrical and other social ineptitude.
Dilmom: (worried) Can he lead a normal life?
Doctor: No. He'll be an engineer.
Dilmom: (crying) Oh No!
Apart from the Socialists. But no one likes them.
Good to hear that! I am about to go over for a semester. Let's see if I get done the papers ealier
Uni is what you make of it, if you won't get involved with any social clubs or events then don't go saying that there is no social life. As for "stuck up girls", I have yet to meet any who are. Everyone I've met at MQ is nice and friendly. Perhaps it is the way you approach them?
Last edited by MrBean1561; 27 Mar 2012 at 9:22 PM.
Wait so you're telling me that I'm not Asian but Chinese?
Just another day of a Korean Australian.
I heard from my Career Counsellor that Macquarie is a very warm and friendly place.
Apparently it doesn't have the elitist feel that Sydney Uni has.
Personally I support the plight of refugees and whatnot, but hate how these guys trivialise matters by attaching it to university elections and shit. Dunno who's worse, the Christian groups who try and trick you to join their club/cult or the Socialists whose line of recruitment is "for shame you fascist hitler"
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