Presumably your ATAR was below 70 or there were other requirements other than the ATAR for the degree.hey guys,
i applied for medical radiation science in charles sturt uni (port macquiare) as a first preference which has a cut-off of 70
but my main round offer was my second preference, why did that happen??
70.00my atar is 85.1
engineering and medical science double degree at uts but that was my second preference70.00
HSC subjects, or interstate equivalent, are not specified as a prerequisite for entry to the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science. However, assumed knowledge includes NSW HSC mathematics and physics, or interstate equivalent.
For those without a background in HSC physics but accepted into the course, the University offers an eight-week STUDY LINK course in basic physics by distance education during December/January, and at other times throughout the year. This non-compulsory, fee paying short course is thoroughly recommended to anyone without a physics background. Contact info.csu on 1800 334 733 (free call) for more information.
The Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science involves physical demands on students, particularly in clinical placements. These demands include lifting of patients and equipment, moving equipment, standing and walking for most of the working day and looking at monitor screens and bright light x-ray viewing boxes.
Any students who believe that they may have difficulty with these requirements are advised to contact the Course Coordinator or the Student Equity Officer via info.csu on 1800 334 733 before enrolling.
Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science course.
Assumed knowledge for entry is to HSC equivalent of Physics and 2U Mathematics
Read more at http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/bachelor-of-medical-radiation-science-with-specialisations#pgAxu1WmqYQUblIy.99
Strange. What course did you receive an offer for?