Nah I did 3 courses last semester. It's just now I'm getting later into my degree (even though it doesn't look like it cause I did those 2nd year courses). My degree path is kind of all over the place because like my second semester in 2017 (when I joined uni) I took leave because I had ACL knee surgery so couldn't like manage doing both uni and physio same time because I live like 1.5 hours from the uni so trying to go when you can't even walk properly on public transport and having labs for chem where you gotta stand for 3 hours haha no thanks. But problem with that was like some of my courses were only offered in that semester 2. So when I came back semester 1 next year I basically just did random free electives and general education courses cause I didn't meet the requirements of any of the 2nd year courses because I didn't do the pre requisites in 2017 semester 2, so I finished all those requirements for my degree early on, that normally people would use that as filler courses later on in their degree. So now I only have a few more subjects to do (5 chem courses, one math 3rd year course and then like any free elective). Like next year I only have to do like 7 subjects so instead of doing 3 this semester and then doing 6 next year I just moved one of them from this year to next year. Then after that its honours year.Just curious do you usually do 2 courses a term? I'm thinking of doing 2 now instead of the standard 3.
Bro it is actually so easy. I am of firm belief the only reason this course exists (and is a level 3 maths course) is to boost the WAM of poor Pure Math students a la myself. It's on par with MATH1081 difficulty (perhaps even easier...)Oh quick question how is the content in math3411 like? I might do that subject next year
Little graph icon on the side bar next to the blog icon - or you can check on give (https://cgi.cse.unsw.edu.au/~give/code/login.php?app=/~give/Student/sturec.php)Where on WebCMS are comp marks again?
Oh yeah that's what I was looking at but it's not up yet. Guess I'll have to waitLittle graph icon on the side bar next to the blog icon - or you can check on give (https://cgi.cse.unsw.edu.au/~give/code/login.php?app=/~give/Student/sturec.php)