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COMP1917 - HD
ENGG1000 - D
MATH1081 - CR
MATH1131 - CR
 
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Wow, your results are already released...?? Nice work btw ;)
 

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Oh how I wished UNSW considers 80+ as a HD. It's annoying when they assign HD to 85+ only as that depresses our grades when compared to other unis, making us look bad next to grads from other unis. Sometimes, in a rush, HR will only skim read the grades and that puts us at a disadvantage.
 

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Maths is released on the myelearning site, the usual place where you get your class test results. They do point out on that page that it's provisional, but yeah I'll assume it's right. I got 69, so it's cool. Now where do we get the other results? My friend has three of his results already :/ (engg1000 and higher computing).
 

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Maths is released on the myelearning site, the usual place where you get your class test results. They do point out on that page that it's provisional, but yeah I'll assume it's right. I got 69, so it's cool. Now where do we get the other results? My friend has three of his results already :/ (engg1000 and higher computing).
COMP results are released either via WebCMS or sturec.
In a CSE terminal, ~cs1917/bin/classrun -sturec
 

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Maths is released on the myelearning site, the usual place where you get your class test results. They do point out on that page that it's provisional, but yeah I'll assume it's right. I got 69, so it's cool. Now where do we get the other results? My friend has three of his results already :/ (engg1000 and higher computing).
Ask your friend, i'm curious too.

en1811 and engg1000
 
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So guys, anyone know where to find the ENGG1000 [Bridge project], ENGG1811 and PHYS1121 marks?
 

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phys i assume will be on the 10th....engg1000 you could calculate but i'd prefer finding it myself.
 

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Bleh, but physics is the only one I might fail. :( Yeah, I'd rather not try to work out my ENGG1000 mark.
 

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