- Feb 16, 2005
gg the exchange rate
Makes me think of the rule of 72.The rate of increase in Australia seems to be remaining pretty constant. Around every four days the number doubles. Whilst it’s not great it’s actually better than a lot of other countries at the moment, includng the big European countries, the UK and the US.
Keep in mind that the number of cases isn't necessarily the actual number of cases since lack of testing means lots of the cases will be undiagnosedHad a look at the infection data for a few countries. The bad news is that it looks like the rate of infection in the US has overtaken that of Iran and Italy in a similar period. Australia seems to be doing alright so far and hopefully that rate is slowed once the impact of the restrictions kick in - though that might be offset by that massive blunder of the cruise ship infections in Sydney in the last few days.
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A way they could do it is have uni faculties do their own independent tests to see if the students are capable of being in the course. I think this was and still might be to a small extent how university works in Eastern Europe.There was an article on SMH where some person from UAC was like Year 11 marks are a good predictor for HSC or something, if worse comes to worse. But they can't do that right? That's quite unfair tbh.