I've been here for tutoring in Year 12. It was alright, but there's many better tutoring centers around the area for a cheaper option as well. When i went there it was $35 per lesson for 2 hours for normal class session (this was 2012), or $45 per hour for one-on-one.
Assumed knowledge is General Maths HSC level, or 5.2 or 5.3 level Year 10 Maths. The very first lecture is talks about the Basic Algebra Operations all the way to the final lecture of Integration. It's taught at a very first rate. They will teach maths that is necessary for the following Maths...
So can you get your student card yet even if you're enrolled for Spring Session? If so, you can enrol into the UTS bridging course for free if you have your student card with you. Otherwise it's $300.
Semester 2, 2016
So for my final semester, I’ve just focused on my remaining electives.
COMP3511: Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
Ease: 9/10 Very easy and straight forward coming from any background.
Content: 9/10 Good interesting content. As well as the UI/UX design parts, there's a bit of...
Semester 1, 2016
COMP2121: Microprocessors and Interfacing
Content: 0/10 Very very dry. Assembly language. Yuk.
Lecturer: Sri (2/10) I don't really like his lecturing style, despite many others praising him as funny.
Tutor/Demonstrator: Daniel Murphy (8/10) Probably the only good...
Re: Internal Transfer & risk being stuck with an unwanted course, or External Transfe
Option 1 is the safer one. Do a year's at Macquarie and then apply for external transfer. You should aim for at least Distinction average to receive an offer.
You have to wait a year before you can apply for IPT, and must maintain a WAM of 70 (which isn't that difficult) if you want to transfer over to Advanced Science / Engineering.
Yes, you can still do advanced science courses in the normal Bachelor of Science.
Chances are that you will make it in. I would recommened however putting in B.Science (you have the guarantee entry ATAR for this) as one of your perferences if you don't make it into Computer Science. For B.Science, just do the courses that a CompSc student would do, and internally transfer...
You will be eligble to transfer based on your current university marks. You've attemped a total of 8 units (48 units of credit) this year I assume, it will be counted - including the unit you didn't pass in first semester.
I'm not sure about the marks needing to transfer to BA or BA/BComm - at...
Yes as the person said above, there is a facebook group along with collobration of predicted exam questions made via google docs. If you join the COMP2121 16s1 FB group, you should have access to the docs. It's very handy.