hey, i'm a latin student back from 2002 and it's great to see people still doing latin.
just wondering, what texts are you studying now, for 2U and 3U?
i miss not doing latin now, but i can't imagine ever going back to do it again.
just a personal opinion, but i think this is one of the worst scholarships you can get. it's one which ties you down to work with the RTA for 3 years, and if you don't enjoy it after 1 year, you're stuck with it for the next 2 if you're keen on getting that money.
is the civil/commerce degee...
if you choose to do honours, you have the option of writing a thesis. if you choose not to take the honours you can be like the rest of us and not write a thesis but instead take up civil engineering practice 4a and 4b.
MoS with Zora has a high failure rate.
Geotech has a high failure rate
Water Engineering subjects have high failure rates.
However, i think the exam failure rates are high, but when you add your exam mark to class marks, most people end up passing.
here here ogmzergrush!!
i laughed at your replies cause it's so true.
i hate sanity.
nobody in their right mind is going to buy a cd cleaner just cause their favourite album isn't in stock that week.
i'm glad i didn't end up getting the job. it would have sucked balls listening to all that...
it'll be based on your UAI, if this is your second year. forget uni marks cause they're not gonna count.
you can find EVERYTHING you need to know on the UNSW handbook. that's the OFFICIAL guide. don't listen to anything else people tell you - if it's in the book then thats' what goes.
they're good to contact if you want to touch base with companies for industrial training. they give me a list of heaps companies which employ students.
and i also have a space for memberships on my resume and put IEAust on it cause it fills up space :D
THe main problem with solar power is that it's unreliable - what are we going to do during night time for electricity? We can store energy from the sun except the problem with that is that it becomes very expensive and technology so far doesn't allow us to store enough energy to make the costs...