It wasn't too bad. Just a little tricky juggling lots of different papers on one small desk. My best advice is to sit next to someone who doesn't take up much space. Last time I did one in a lecture theatre I sat next to a pretty big dude and its just a lot less comfortable.Has anyone done a final exam in a lecture theatre before?! What is it like, a bit nervous.
Depends on the lecture room, some are okay. If taking it in the Lotus Theatre/ some others be careful as the desks are not very stable. Probably easiest to sit right at the front, so you are not disturbed by other people trying to leave/climbing over you.Has anyone done a final exam in a lecture theatre before?! What is it like, a bit nervous.
It just seems crazy to me that he earns that much money. Even if he is the vice-chancellor of a university, I don't think it's right for an educational research facility to be providing such an outrageous salary.Would recommend that Macquarie students have a read of this https://www.smh.com.au/education/vice-chancellor-s-lucrative-dealings-with-university-20190613-p51xaz.html