Depends on how many spots they have and what the WAM's of all the people applying are. There is no way of knowing for sure.
Also note that if you've completed less than 48 credit points in your previous degree, only your ATAR will be considered.
Hardness is a very subjective concept. I wouldn't let that be a factor in your decision.
I'd do MATH2065 as differential equations are really the bedrock on which many areas of mathematics and science are built upon. MATH2068 is quite interesting, but it doesn't have the same scope as 2065 does.
Hmmm, first I've heard of this.
Makes sense to move MATH2962 to second semester, in terms of introductions to advanced pure mathematics it was certainly a bit of a baptism of fire for me. Perhaps they're looking at replacing it with another pure mathematics subject that introduces everyone in a...
It appears you don't need INFO1105/1905 to complete an Information Systems major. Most INFO/ISYS units should be available to you, but your COMP choices would be limited.
Sorry, I misinterpreted your question.
It's about half half. For subjects that have tonnes of questions for each tutorial (MATH2961 for example), they'll be more likely to use the approach you mentioned. It also depends on the individual tutor's preferences as well.
Personally I found maths...
Yeah advanced linear algebra is a big step up from vector calculus.
Just be thankful you don't have Ruibin Zhang and Bob Howlett as your lecturers. :haha:
Sometimes you may get a tutor that makes things a little more interesting and group oriented (Florica Cirstea comes to mind), but...
Of course. I think the OP's problem was more to do with time management rather than ability though.
Certainly learning Extension Maths at school will mean you don't have to worry about it later down the track, but if the study commitment ends up impacting negatively on his performance overall...
It's really not that difficult. There are plenty of books and MOOC's out there to guide you.
And you have over three months between the end of school and the start of uni to teach yourself the material. More than enough time.