#### unistudentpreparing

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this is the problem with uni teachers blah blah blah etc as wellAdvanced actually covers challenging algebra and introductory calculus, as well as calculus based mathematical modelling and calculus based statistics, standard does not cover or even begin to get close to anything like this in any meaningful way. A student having seen calculus before is more likely to successfully complete continued courses on calculus. From a university perspective, lecturers in quantitative faculties will often be surprised if a student from standard2 is in their class, as it is assumed standard1/2 students will not be pursuing quantitative professions or careers. At UNSW/USYD the lecturers in quant subjects might even be surprised if students have not completed extension, as extension is a step even higher in terms of rigor.

you have zero experience in any industry yet u are dictating what industry wants?

Unis should have a separate research degree or a 'practical apply to industry skills degree' because to be honest when tf is a software eng gonna use any unsw math crap when he is programming and the only ext 2 they will use is for the crappy unsw comp sci degree

shows the disparity between the actual business and unis and their teaching why u teaching unrelated unpractical skills to students who will just be academically smart but know nothing when it comes to experience