Thanks Zoinked - just to clarify, I like economics and it's kind of nice you can use the free CORE online textbook for the unit. I'll still have to do economics next year, it's just a different unit (Principles of Economics I) and with the 10 cp weighting (and all that new stuff coming in 2020). Hope that clears it up a bit. I just don't want to spend $1,500 on something this year when I can get it better next year (and my question is if anyone knows if it's better/what the differences are). For example, the current Commerce - Professional Accounting requires the management and marketing first year units, but they're not core in the 2020 version - meaning the degrees change a bit more than MQ is advertising. Hence just wanna make sure that what I do in ECON111 will carry over well to the new degree next year.ECON111 was one of my favourite units tbh. If you don't have to do econ111 you will just have to do some other mindless elective or business unit. Do you despise economics this much that you would miss out on a whole semester of study? That will make you graduate a semester later and potentially miss out on half a year's worth of salary. Just a few things to think about, even if you dislike economics.
Also, side note - I didn't realise tutorials fill up so quick and an 8 pm Wednesday one was the only one I could do (with full time work + travel). Is it common for teachers to allow working students into full tutorials on special consideration or something of the sort? Or are they likely to create more late tutorials? (For some reason only Wednesday has tutorials later than 6 at the moment). Should I contact someone about this? If so, who?