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HoldingOn

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My first preference is Commerce Engineering at USyd. I did Extension 1 but in hindsight would have loved to have done Extension 2, and it would probably have suited my degree better than other subjects I did. Which content should I cover in preparation for next year? I was thinking about ditching stuff like harder 3U and focusing on complex mainly but I’m really not too sure what topics are absolutely necessary.
 

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None lol, they'll teach you everything you need to know. If you want to be productive, go learn some programming. Unless you do a software orientated engineering degree, you'll be doing a ton of Matlab. Best place to learn that for free is using Octave, which is an open source program that's almost identical to Matlab: https://www.gnu.org/software/octave/. There's also an online version here: https://octave-online.net/.
 
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Does the same also apply to Physics for Engineering?
 

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