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    Do markers discriminate against people who choose a prescribed text as their related?

    Re: Do markers discriminate against people who choose a prescribed text as their rela there's no reason not to they dont discriminate at all, if you answer the question properly I've done it before and can personally confirm it works. This is despite others saying that it's a bad idea...
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    Do markers discriminate against people who choose a prescribed text as their related?

    Re: Do markers discriminate against people who choose a prescribed text as their rela I did it and got a high band 5 That was me coming unprepared and stuff
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    What laptop should I get for uni?

    That's no good at all! If the warranty period expires (i.e. 12months usually) you are still entitled for warranty under your ACL. In fact, I've heard of people getting repairs and warranty claimed free years after the warranty period ended. For more info search up ACL Consumer Rights.
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    What laptop should I get for uni?

    Full disclosure haven't used MATLAB but have friends in engo. I see no reason why a 6th gen i3 processor would struggle to reasonably handle uni stuff in MATLAB provided its a decent higher-end i3 (some i3's are faster than i5's). In terms of RAM, this will vary alot on what you do with it...
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    What laptop should I get for uni?

    Wouldn't reccommend macs unless you are reuqired to get one, simply because repairing them is *fucking expensive*. I sell them (including other laptops) and I always have to deal with pissed of broke students / customers complaining that they've gotta spend $900 to repair a mac because they...
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    Difference between memorising and understanding content.

    The irony in asking this question is tragic (no offence OP) Very powerful course: https://www.coursera.org/learn/learning-how-to-learn
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    Couple questions on uni, part time job and free time

    No problem dude. The one thing that I wish somebody told me when I first started uni is to make good use of your time. 2 hour commute? Download lecture slide PDFs and review them on your phone on the way back AND forward. It goes a *super* long way to helping you retain information. 30 minute...
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    Couple questions on uni, part time job and free time

    I work 3 - 4 days per week. I go to uni full-time (4 hours of commute per uni day). On the side I am working on my startup and I volunteer at two other charitiess. I'll admit I don't have a social life, but I get enough sleep, have a high WAM (79 WAM this semester despite getting 2 credits). I...
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    Got an atar of 41.35

    Try applying for UNSW / USYD Comp Sci, I know a guy who got a 40 something ATAR and they let him in Anyway, there are always alternative entry schemes: UWS then transfer is a popular one :) Anyway don't stress too much, I know it seems like the end of the world but it isn't. I didn't do to...
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    state rank calls!

    1st in state for being retarded, received my call Friday awesome!!
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    Sexual Assault experiences at Uni

    Not as bad as people make it out to be. USYD is obviously the exception.
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    How to learn Computer Programming on my own?

    > thenewboston lol god pls no, language doesn't even matter, but something like Python is gonna be a better introduction to programming, Python, or C if you feel you want a challenge Remember, understanding > memorising syntax
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    MATH2901 Higher Theory of Statistics

    I think it should be Ho: U = 95, Ha: U < 95 R output is mainly qnorm / pnorm / qt IIRC. Qnorm is % shaded eg qnorm(0.5) = 0 i.e. 50% shaded is at 0 on the normal distribution, etc. Pnorm is opposite so Pnorm(0.5) = the % shaded at z = 0.5 (or the pnorm/qnorm may have been other way around)
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