It's like OP did this on purpose to troll xDdat username tho...
Ok thanks so much!!It's like OP did this on purpose to troll xD
And to get 99.95 you'd need to be top or close to top (top 10 min?) in ALL YOUR SUBJECTS. You really need to be very all rounded. But you're only Year 9 so you have time to improve
Atar is basically a rank against the state, taking into account the difficulties of your subjects, how well you do in school exams (50%) and how well you did in your final exam at the end of Year 12 (50%).
As for amount of hours that depends. Probably around 4-5?
As your name sounds familiar on this site and the fact that you are asking questions so early in your very early stages of high school, I'm going to assume that you are a troll.Thanks soo much!!
4-5 hours a day though?
Btw i saw on your profile and it said you were doing medicine. May i ask what uni you go to?
It's higher the weeks before the exam but 4-5 should be sufficient during school days (more during weekends). Also, by 4-5 hrs I mean quality studying (not procrastinating on Facebook etc half the time).Ok thanks so much!!
4-5 hours though?
I saw on your profile that you are doing med, may i ask what uni you go to and what high school you went to?
go to relevant forum > post new threadYou go to NSGH. If you put in the effort and study smartly (not study hard but SMARTLY I TELL YOU) you can get there. You must me smart to get into NSGH in the first place. Oh and can you tell me how to start a new discussion or a thread (PLEASE HELP)
Yeah you'll have to work very hard. I mean, UMAT is easy, it's all about the ATAR, if you can get 99.95 you won't even need to do UMAT to get into USYD Med which is actually a better med school than UNSW, just saying.Because i really want to do medicine
watYes i have considered going to usud for medicine but apparently you dont do med first, you do another course like economics and if you do well in it you can do med. i am choosing unsw because it is a safer option, and it offers an undergraduate course thats 6 years whereas usyd is 7 years.
lol, for USYD med it is a combined undergrad/postgrad med type thing.
I didn't know about that part. :Olol, for USYD med it is a combined undergrad/postgrad med type thing.
You can choose from several undergrad degrees (not just economics, smh at the twelvie) and once you complete it you go into medicine (I think you have to keep a C average but that's really not hard at all lol). Tbh that's so much easier than going through the hassle of doing UMAT and getting an 99.95 ATAR. Just get 99.95 and you're pretty much in eez.