Partly true, though I despise the fact.
I went to the UWS info day and I spoke with the Dean of medicine (or whatever his position was) for about 30 minutes and he was very sincere, patient and explained everything in detail, even though I was looking pretty sloppy - a dude wearing thongs...
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Future applications include powering automobile vehicles so that they will run entirely on a renewable energy source consisting primarily of hydrogen and oxygen in, and pure water out, and so that they are extremely quiet with little vibration. In...
Yeah fuel cells have had a fairly high impact, and have high potentials also.
These are my 2007 HSC notes on the Fuel Cell:
Impact on society:
Fuel cells have allowed applications to be performed with ease in people’s lives in the present and also for future applications such as the use in...
I'm personally going to UNSW for B.MedSci :) This degree at UNSW is a bit more flexible because you can choose electives in 1st year unlike USYD. I heard that the resources and teaching quality/experiences are at a high standard. I also heard that UNSW is more social than USYD as well :D
MATH1041 Statistics for Life & Social Sciences is compulsory for 2008 B.MedSci students...Is this HSC 4 unit type work? Is it really difficult and complex? Would a HSC 2u maths background student struggle to pass this subject?
Oh I see, you have a point there. The question is a bit ambiguous I think since "established ethical guidelines" could be in relation to the transcendent or not which ultimately determines whether or not they are with a non-religious worldview.
Go for morning jogs. It increases your self-confidence, self-esteem, health, fitness, stamina whilst studying, understanding of difficult experiences since you're in solitude and therefore possibly increases your likelihood to not procrastinate. This is only for some people :)
Same here with wrxsti, I got low 70s to 80s in my assessment tasks and exams but then were much higher in the HSC course.
Senior Science might be really exciting at the start and you may lead yourself to believe 'i'm going to ace this, it's so easy!', but then further down the year when you...
The first part of that assessment task is from the Communication option module since it is based on the study of the eye (and other communication organs later on).
The second part is on Blueprint of Life.
Well, where I got all my information about Dreaming, Land Rights movement and everything concerning Aborigines in this course was from hsc.online website.
Here's the link:
Christianity essay wasn't planned since I had memorised all of it. The Peace one I had to plan since I wasn't expecting that type of question, eventhough I had prepared that exact one. I was freaking out because I looked at my watch and I spent 120 minutes (2 hours) on both essays, and...
Yeah, that's one of those questions with 2 similar answers. Mmmm, except the problem with D is that it says "established ethical guidelines" which means that these guidelines by which the followers follow are most likely from an established institution, ie: a traditional religion, which means...