Well i reckon prof accounting would be better since u can either become an accountant or go into a related finance field.. I dont know what jobs u can get with economics, maybe become a lecturer or something. :)
Make a study timetable...most say it doesnt work but it actually does coz it keeps u motivated to study. And make sure u have adequate breaks in between where u can just do ur own things and not worry about doing work. THink of hsc as just like any other exams u have ever done. And if that...
I have a really dumb question that probably everyone knows the answer to....
Say when you're writing an email or asking the lecturer a question after the lecture...do u address them as Mr/Miss/Mrs so-and-so or Sir/Madam or do u call them by their first name?
i thought it would be rude...
Oh ok thanks for the advice :)
Are the lecture notes that the lecturer uploads online exactly the same as the actual lecture? So if u miss something during the lecture u can just go online and look for it?
Im just a little confused... When do we pick the People and planet units? Anytime in our course? And also can they be part of our electuves or do we have to pick them seperately to our electives?
Well some of my friends type faster than they write so they bring laptops :)
So how about textbooks? Are they just for reference at home or do we have to bring them to the lecture everytime? (seeing as the lecturer already has notes..)
And do u bring the lecture notes to the tutorials? =S
I dont suggest dropping "down to general maths" coz then you have to catch up on a whole term's worth of work. Even though it's "easy" they learn different things that arent in the 2U syllabus. I reckon PDH would take up more time but that's just for me. If u think you can definitely improve 2U...