- Aug 15, 2006
- Sydney, NSW
It's not an arts class, as long as another person can understand what it is - that's fine.
Do you get booklets and things sent?Sharkeh said:I don't know about the rest of you guys (and girls) but I do IT through Tamworth on Distance Ed...
IT'S FUCKING SHIT!!!!!!
I suppose it would be good if it were an actual class, but for distance ed it's just not....
How do you study for this subject?Sharkeh said:Completely online
We want any books on it (Eg Excel cribs or whatever) we have to buy them ourselves
Just had mine today.Sharkeh said:Still figuring that one out...
Should probably hurry up, my IT trial is next week.
The CSSA is a paper produced for Catholic schools State-wide. They are used for trials generallySharkeh said:CSSA?
I have my trial for IT next week
Are Trials and CSSA the same?
CSSA = Something to do with Catholic Schools?
I agree! For those who already have some sort of background knowledge of computers, IT, how to use microsoft word.. I mean its a fairly straight forward subject!Personally I think it's a pretty good subject, in my case anyway...it's so fuckking easy?
I got 89% for the preliminary exam and I don't have a book for the subject, it's common sense which is what IT is.
Work experience was at a net cafe on george st where i played games, and we play dota every lesson..it even says in the syllabus outcomes that BOS takes it as pressumed knowledge and what they do test you on is cake.
It also gives you a certificate that is recognised at tafes for so many months into IT courses if you're thinking of going into IT.
not really, i struggled more with math. glad i went to IDT even though my IDT trial exam is in 2 weeks and ive done 0 study.Haha yeah same! My teacher is also boring, she has this dull tone and sounds like someone sucked the life out of her.
Which is why i swapped it for maths, thank gosh. I heard around 10 people dropped it after i did, so baha. Sucked in for the people who are still doing it.