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Lans

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Yeah, i didn't mind it at all! i like the option for religious rites
and the others weren't too bad a few ifies in multiple choice but i think over all i did alright.

although what was the deal with 4 page booklets everyone had to keep asking for more.....
 

smegger_em

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Yeah, i noticed that too. I guess they either thought the exam was to shoet to allow us time to wrie more then 4 pages and/or any one who is stupid enough to take this course will be too stupid to write more then a couple of paragraphs!
What did you have for the denomination which had the least join uniting church?
 

schwang_thang

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Originally posted by smegger_em

What did you have for the denomination which had the least join uniting church?
i went 4 the congregational church
it's the church i've heard least of throughout the course so i guess its pretty small

the exam was ok, tho not as gud as the cath. trial
M.C was a bit harder than last yr, ive never bloody heard of the torrens title sys. b4...! :confused:
 

princess b*

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Originally posted by schwang_thang


i went 4 the congregational church
it's the church i've heard least of throughout the course so i guess its pretty small

the exam was ok, tho not as gud as the cath. trial
M.C was a bit harder than last yr, ive never bloody heard of the torrens title sys. b4...! :confused:
yeh went for congregational too. u never heard of torrens title before cos it dotn exist. it asked for the one that WASNT right (ie. torrens title)
 

princess b*

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Originally posted by smegger_em
yey, i am glad about the torens title one. i had congrigationalist too. i liked it better then the catholic trial, but i guess thats cause i studdied for this one and not the trial.
yep yep. cath trial was harder, but i still got good mark on almost no study!! so maybe thats a REALLY good sign for this one!! I HOPE!!!
 

arrow

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I'm 99% sure that Torrens Title exists. But it was probably the right answer anyway
 

princess b*

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Originally posted by arrow
I'm 99% sure that Torrens Title exists. But it was probably the right answer anyway
well heres my chance to actually use something ive learnt!
as a #1 ranked, band 6 Aboriginal studies student of two yrs, i have NEVER come across 'torrens title' and considering that we had to know ab land rights inside-out im going to exert my authoritar and say that it was a BOS fictional creation!!
therefore, it was the correct answer.
thats all
 

kaseita

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just looked it up
the Torrens Title Act has nothing to do with land rights - it some idiotic real estate title in SA :rolleyes:
aargh, I've been foooled!

I didn't like the multis. the questions and answers were pretty dodgy. personally preferred the catholic trial than this, in its clarity. the SAs were good though. (I do 1u)
 
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juzza

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The answer to the smallest percentage joining the Uniting Church in 1977 was Presbyterian, as they had many dissenters that decided to remain Presbyterians. As for Torrens Tile, I believe it was used as a reference point during the court proceedings in debating the nature of trading rights to land claimed under native title - could be wrong... but I remember hearing it somewhere....

The multi choice is deff Presbyterian though...
 

flosh's gurl

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i knew they would ask a question on the labour movement just because i didn't know about it!!! just bullshitted on for the whole thing. overall not too bad. couple of tricky multiple choice questions.. all you people that had to use a calc for q10 just use your heads!!! subtraction really isnt that hard.
my option (rites) was such a relief when i got to it. after the ugly catholic trial question i'm glad that one was more straightforward. i was a bit thrown by them asking for two religions in the second section though.
who cares though cause its OVER!!!
 

bex

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Yeah it was Presbytarian cause when the Uniting Church was formed, it swallowed the Methodists and Congregationalists and only a few Presbytarians..

And the Torrens Title one i (luckily) guessed!!
 

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