My deputy principal gave me some good advice about notes:
She had one book which she just wrote notes about during lectures and uni and general and once she got home she re-wrote everything she initially did, that way her 'home book' was neat enough to study from for exams, and also to share...
I did general math for the HSC and looking at the assumed knowledge of civil engineering MX1 is required.
The bridging courses are separate for 2u and 3u, and are conducted simultaneously on the same days
Any advice on what I should do? I dont think...
Look at the SevenFriday watches, their movement is a reliable Miyota Jap and they're a Zurich (swiss) company.
Also, they look pretty cool :D
You can get them from Gregory jewellers Parramatta
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Hey guys just a couple of questions:
For the flexible first year engineering at Usyd am I allowed to transfer into whatever engineering I like after the first year? Assuming my marks are adequate.
In terms of the standard B Engineering Civil can I also transfer from that into structural...
Very good point! As long as it gets the job done! If youre a person who just simply needs a wristwatch a Tudor or a Rolex is far from your logical options. I consider brands like that for people who purely love the hobby of collecting.
I completely agree with the pricing issue, that's why I didn't want to go ahaha.
Solid advice man :) You're completely right, the Medentry course isn't the best thing in the world but you do need to admit that it does help. I see you're offering med/dentistry mentoring with a 90%+ success rate...
First one is awesome! I have an emporio armani myself!
second one is a tag grand carrera calibre 15 i think
third one is a patek phillipe ref. 5070p.
All three watches are beyond luxurious! Excellent choices :D