How is everyone going in chem?
What marks are you achieving
and how far into the course are you at the moment?
we've still got a bit of the option and some stuff on water to go
and my marks are in the 70s!
interesting or boring
worst or not worst
once you understand it
physics is pretty much like every other subject
just apply the knowledge you have learnt and remembered...
it's just the understanding bit that causes problems =\
yeh it is quite interesting
but i just generally havent done much study in any subjects...
why is do objects experience length contraction when travelling near the speed of light
the faster something moves
the longer it looks
because there is a line behind it?
is it better to do as many questions as possible
and look at sample answers with explanation
or to read through textbooks
and then make notes
and then go through questions (but less amount of questions)
what does everyone think?
the second option seems to take soo...
Im thinking of doing something technology/engineering related so UTS might be quite suitable for me..
But most people seem to like Usyd adn UNSW (most of those around me prefer the later)
Any ideas why?
or any thoughts
sorry for being unclear
i meant Ozze
the accelerated courses really does help doesn't it
more schools should allow it
it feels like if i could get a second go at the HSC
i would do so much better
but i would never stay at school another year
(it would probably also get even more boring)