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    I have a tutorial BEFORE the lecture? Normal?

    It's fine. If you have a subject where the tutorial has to come after the lecture, it will be really obvious when making your timetable (as it won't let you pick times where the lecture comes after)
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    Making thesis statements...

    If you don't want to fully agree or disagree with the question, I find saying 'to a certain extent' helpful. I like your first thesis statement. The other two should probably be reworded to make the meaning clearer.
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    What is a subject outline?

    The subject outline is that document you get at the beginning of semester. The one that shows you which topic you're studying each week, the readings you've got and what assessment tasks the subject has. I have no idea about credit transferring though.
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    timetable vacancies

    People tend to switch classes around though so just check back every few days or closer to when uni starts. A space will probably free up at the time you want :)
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    atar below cutoff (UTS)

    Cut offs change every year! So you definitely still have a chance to make the course.
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    Communications degree at usyd, unsw or uts?

    Iirc, at USYD you can only choose the communications subjects if you are doing B Arts (Media & Comms). Hi OP, I'm doing the Pub Comm/Law double at UTS. Yes, I am really enjoying the course so far. There are quite a lot of people (200+) for each lecture but I've never found that to be a...
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    Do we have to relate our related texts to our core ones?

    YES, you do. If your relateds are very different, you need to talk about that difference. Eg In contrast, [related text] focuses on [blah] and this allows the composer to achieve a different effect...
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    Can I get into uts law with a 96.80 ATAR?

    The cut off varies from year to year. They might also take into consideration your uni marks.
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    Workshop - Improving Your Cadetship/Intern/Grad Applications (Expression of interest)

    Re: Workshop - Improving Your Cadetship/Intern/Grad Applications (Expression of inter Interested! :)
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    Options

    If the issues are actually relevant to the question - yes
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    Are the communication courses at UTS good? Job prospects?

    Are you actually interested in arts subjects? (Eg languages, history, sociology). Because if you go with USYD, those subjects will make up around 2/3 of the course. Also, ATAR cutoffs for a course vary every year. It helps that UTS has a lot of industry connections and the course emphasises...
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