#### lolcakes52

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I am expecting an ATAR around 96, but it could be higher. I will probably get in the top bands for ext 1 and possibly ext 2 maths, I will probably get a band 5 for English advanced and I'm not sure about the other ones. I expect to go very well in physics, as it really is just applied maths. I hope I don't sound arrogant, I just want to give an impression of my academic abilities.

So here is my question, If I enjoy Maths with a passion, will I enjoy Actuarial studies?

The things that attract me to this are the low contact hours, mathematical content and the starting salaries. I would very much like to do a Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) at UNSW, majoring in actuarial studies, as it seems to have both maths and actuarial studies.

THIS ONE!

So does anyone know from experience whether or not Actuarial studies is enjoyable if one enjoys maths?

Thanks.