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When picking your top 5 preferences round by round, how do you go about doing so? Like do we pick the main ones you want to get into straight away in the initial rounds or only later on?

School hasn't really given much info on UAC preferences and rounds and such.
 

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When picking your top 5 preferences round by round, how do you go about doing so? Like do we pick the main ones you want to get into straight away in the initial rounds or only later on?

School hasn't really given much info on UAC preferences and rounds and such.
always preference the course u want the most first
in the case you are eligible for an offer for all of your preferences, you will be given one offer only, that is to the highest preferenced one. say you aren’t eligible for the top preference, then you will be given one offer for the second top preference. if you aren’t eligible for that you will get one for the next preferenced, etc. so it’s always best to put the course u want the most at the top, in worst case it will skip to the next preference if you don’t have a high enough selection rank.

u can also always change ur preferences for the next round, this allows you to collect several offers if u wish to do so for whatever reason. changing preferences won’t revoke any offers already given so don’t be scared of that
 

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Alright thank you. Do you recommend to having 1 or 2 “safety” courses in the earlier rounds or maybe even the later ones?
 

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Alright thank you. Do you recommend to having 1 or 2 “safety” courses in the earlier rounds or maybe even the later ones?
well you will find out your atar before the cutoff to finalise preferences for the first offer round anyway. so if your atar is below what was expected, you can always add safety courses then
 

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