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Casmira said:
you sir! are a slut, i envy you. do you have too average high marks for that?
:p

I'm leaving in 2 weeks.

University of Amsterdam here i come!

This semester was so easy and i'm in third year! Easier than first year by far. Only going to uni 2 times a week and avoiding peak hour chaos. I have better things to do than get sandwiched in cityrail trains in rush hour.

In UvA, semester starts in September 3rd....so 3 months of travel and fun! *shivers*
 
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i am going too america next wed too sus it out, if i like it hopefully i can make it too university of new york or california :D
 

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MATH1241
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COMP1921
PHIL1010

5 days :(

anyone done/doing PHIL1010? thoughts?
 

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sooo happy able to get my uni days down to 3 days a week... very rare and hard for a double degree person...esp in totally different disciplines...
 

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Ive got 3 days this semester again, well technically 4, but im not coming in for a one hr lecture..

This semester im doing

SOCW1003 - Human Behaviour 1
SOCW1002 - Communication and Social Work Practice
LING1500 - The Use of Language
PHIL1011 - Minds, Bodies and Persons

Apparently linguistics is hard.. meh.
 

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chucknthem said:
MATH1241
MATH1081
COMP1921
PHIL1010

5 days :(

anyone done/doing PHIL1010? thoughts?
I am, no thoughts, just trying out PHIL ..
 

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chucknthem said:
anyone done/doing PHIL1010? thoughts?
Yeah i did PHIL1010 last year it was fine, just do the readings (most) and pay attention in the lectures and tuts. All the logic/reasoning/fallacy stuff was really interesting, the tuts were almost enjoyable. :)
 

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bshoc said:
I am, no thoughts, just trying out PHIL ..
same:)

Juliet said:
Yeah i did PHIL1010 last year it was fine, just do the readings (most) and pay attention in the lectures and tuts. All the logic/reasoning/fallacy stuff was really interesting, the tuts were almost enjoyable. :)
oh goodie thx ;) would it be hard for someone who's not that good at writing (i.e. a computer science student:rofl:)?
 

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chucknthem said:
Would it be hard for someone who's not that good at writing (i.e. a computer science student:rofl:)?
Nope not at all. Have a look at the assessments:

- Argument analysis - 20%: this requires only the very basic skills in academic essay writing which can be found easily at the learning centre (online or in person)
- Short essay - 20%: once again the same as above except a bit of referencing as well, using the Harvard (in-text) method.
- Exam (Short answers and multiple choice) - 50%: the short answer part requires little skills in writing, as the majority of the work is thinking, you just have to write what you think that's all, a tad logically. With your mathematical background you'll smash the multiple choice part:chainsaw:.
- Tutorial participation - 10%: 5% is attendance, and the other 5% can be any bullshit from the readings. :argue:
 
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Goodbye said:
What do you mean by "Cognitive Problem Solving Skills"?
he's trying too sound smart by saying your mental ability too solve problems.. if you've done an IQ test they usually use stuff like advanced puzzles (graphical and narrated) to test you out.
 

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Casmira said:
he's trying too sound smart by saying your mental ability too solve problems.. if you've done an IQ test they usually use stuff like advanced puzzles (graphical and narrated) to test you out.
And you're trying to sound smart by pointing out the fallacy. Big whoop.

pee ess unironic statement
 

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Hay Guys I Have A Scholarship As Weel Its A Coop Look At Me.
 

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ACTL3003 - Insurance Risk Models
ACTL3004 - Financial Economics for Insurances & Superannuations
FINS3635 - Options, Futures & Risk Management
FINS3636 - Interest Rate Risk Management

Last semester in my undergrad life. Happy or sad?
 

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schmeichung said:
ACTL3003 - Insurance Risk Models
ACTL3004 - Financial Economics for Insurances & Superannuations
FINS3635 - Options, Futures & Risk Management
FINS3636 - Interest Rate Risk Management

Last semester in my undergrad life. Happy or sad?
extremely happy
 

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let's see..

COMP3222 Digital Circuits and Systems
ELEC2133 Analogue electronics
MATH2130 Higher mathematical methods for differential equations
MATH2620 Higher complex analysis
MATH2601 Higher linear algebra
PHYS2050 Electromagnetism

fun times for all
 

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FINS2624 Portfolio Management
FINS3616 International Business Finance
INFS2607 Infrastructure and Security
MATH2859 Probability, Stats and Information
SENG3020 Software Engineering Workshop 3B

Hopefully it wont be too difficult a session, with the exception of seng3020
 
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timetable-wise, its not looking too good for this semester. two 9am starts and no free days...that's full time engineering for you.
 

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