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  1. Squar3root

    UNSW chit chat thread

    https://www.handbook.unsw.edu.au/undergraduate/courses/2019/gens5003 this course was piss ez got 92 didn't even try was just 2 x assignments when i did it
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    That is true my anime friend

    That is true my anime friend
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    What is your iq?

    guess ur not a genius then ;)
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    What is your iq?

    Update on your IQ
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    Question about getting into Australian Universities and the HSC

    yea fair enough algos/logic are very important in developing software but just like HSC physics it's more so u can just understand the concepts like for example current is inversely proportional to resistance and things like that.
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    Question about getting into Australian Universities and the HSC

    also one of your mates is probably struggling because programming is another way of thinking. you can't just start writing #include stdio.h main void and expect things to work. you have to work out the program logic then what steps you need to get there like if statements, functions, external...
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    Question about getting into Australian Universities and the HSC

    stick with this if you're happy with it plus other subjects you mean english or you plan to do more than 10U for the HSC (in which case that is a terrible idea) nope unless if you had an interest in those
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    Question about getting into Australian Universities and the HSC

    if you really wanted to learn programming, you can learn python, java, C/C++ in your spare time during high school
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    Question about getting into Australian Universities and the HSC

    SDD does not help much, if at all. If you have an interest in pursuing engineering you should be aiming to do extension 2 math (ext 1 at least) as well as physics if you really wanted to. the other 2 subjects you pick can be whatever as no other HSC course will prep you for uni
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    How do HSC markers bother reading messy responses and still give band 5/6?

    you think that is messy? lol im sure they can do it with experience and practice
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    Degree ?

    not sure what ur asking but all branches of engineering are somewhat related in one way or another for example, I have a degree in mechatronics engineering but at work I do a bit of design work (mechanical?) and designing PCBs (electrical) as well as bit of research on materials/manufacturing...
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    Degree ?

    Nah i heard Never heard of a degree called "electronics engineering" If you happen to find one then compare and contrast with computer engineering and that should answer your question
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    Doing 11 units, someone explain how my atar will be calculated?

    those are 2U subjects with the exception of ext history of which are 1U your atar are the best 8 units inclusive of 2U of english so say legal studies was ur lowest mark they would take 1U of legal studies and 1U of ext history
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    Degree ?

    if u look at the handbooks at unsw https://www.handbook.unsw.edu.au/undergraduate/specialisations/2019/ELECAH https://www.handbook.unsw.edu.au/undergraduate/specialisations/2019/COMPBH u can see that the first 2 years are similar then 3rd and 4th years are different
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    Degree ?

    yea if you also want to head down that path. your subjects won't be specifically focused on comp eng tho it will also be other areas like power systems, signal processing etc - things you may not necessarily like
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    Failing uni

    also keep in mind failing an exam (one) is not a huge deal. to pass the unit, you just need an overall mark >50 and how you get that is up to you. You could literally not hand in any assignments and get 100% in the final exam and your overall mark will be 50 (assuming they are equally weighted...
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    Degree ?

    computer engineering yea or software engineering or computer science
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    Tension question

    looks like the correct way to approach it. you may have missed a negative or something or taken a vector the wrong way or possibly a mathematical error