Well, I think I'll enjoy it. I'm not sure... I should, from what I've gathered from it so far. Finance I'm not too keen on - but I'm willing to do something that I may not like just to broaden my options post-grad.
And ah okay. That's good. Wise. I don't even know what job I want either - though I agree, as long as you like it, and you get paid well. =P
Ah, Actuarial. I'd do that but apparently it's supermaths and... I'm not exactly too keen on that. I'm open to it - for sure, but I like the idea of modelling or stats (because it sounds fun). Still, for Commerce - you'd probably be better off doing something like Finance to give you a Business backing so you can get mathsy jobs when you graduate. No point doing management because... that, to me, won't exactly help you get a mathsy job. My two cents, of course.
And for maths - apparently you can only take one. So... yeah. But we're all learning! Even me now. So just holla and perhaps we'll figure it out =P
My main worry is just the academic side... but I think I'll have great fun with joining clubs, making my own (see UNSW forums for two club suggestions... so far =P) and of course - the fabled: talking to hot chicks. Though I don't think I'll do much of that.
I think I'll spend most of my time at university in the library doing uni work or walking around and eating - talking to friends all the time. If I can make them that is! Though I probably should. Maybe even reel in a few hot chicks to be part of that. That could be interesting. Though they'd most likely be taller than me!
What about you though? Hopefully I get that much needed offer to B Comm/B Sc (A Maths). Then we can roam together =P
Yeah, I'd agree with that. Due to this... technology we have now - my guess is that people are not communicating face-to-face more and so that interpersonal bond one gets in friendship won't be as pronounced. I think it's something about actually being with friends - that's why I suppose those girl groups always trust each other tons because they're always around each other.
That same person can't take a joke. I think the "=P" denotes it - but seriously, that guy or girl shouldn't be on the internet - they obviously don't know how proper internet users denote jokes in posts.