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January 28, 2020, 01:37:30 pm

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Re: UoM General Chat
« Reply #17925 on: December 18, 2019, 09:15:22 pm »
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nupe haven't done that. So, I will find it in subject requirement page right?

Should be able to find it there! It'll then redirect you to the test (takes like 20 minutes).

I think you'll be able to enrol in the subject tomorrow, after the test results have been overseen by the faculty. :)

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Re: UoM General Chat
« Reply #17926 on: December 18, 2019, 09:55:28 pm »
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Hi,
Got my offer today!
what do i do? I got 41 in physics but the system isnt letting me enroll.
Regarding physics, the unimelb system is dodgy and sometimes they don't register your VCE scores (I remember when I tried enrolling last year it refused to believe me I got above the English score needed to get into the university in the first place).

In this case you'll have to submit an enrolment variation form (go to this link and scroll down to "submit an EV form"), follow the instructions, and you'll need to attach a photo with proof of your physics score (a screenshot of your VCE results with your name included would be fine). It'll take about 1-2 business days then you'll be automatically enrolled.
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« Reply #17927 on: December 19, 2019, 08:15:57 am »
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For anyone who's done BCMB30002, I noticed in the first 4 weeks there is a computer-based tutorial. Is it possible to not attend one of the tutorials, or possibly do the work at home? (Also where does the 5% assessment stem from? Is it all four tutes or just an assessment at the end of the series). Thankyou!!

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Re: UoM General Chat
« Reply #17928 on: December 19, 2019, 12:34:47 pm »
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Regarding physics, the unimelb system is dodgy and sometimes they don't register your VCE scores (I remember when I tried enrolling last year it refused to believe me I got above the English score needed to get into the university in the first place).

In this case you'll have to submit an enrolment variation form (go to this link and scroll down to "submit an EV form"), follow the instructions, and you'll need to attach a photo with proof of your physics score (a screenshot of your VCE results with your name included would be fine). It'll take about 1-2 business days then you'll be automatically enrolled.
Thanks!
I have done that now. Its a little frustrating to see how the system is all over the page and requires to login in so many places. I was also very confused with my.unimelb and prod.ss.unimelb.edu.au.... why not have a better user-friendly navigating sitemap.............................
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Where can i find a guide for subject enrollment for engineering. i haven't done specialist maths, as it wasn't offered due lack of interest from fellow students. I have found a normal one, but idk how much will my structure differ?
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Re: UoM General Chat
« Reply #17929 on: December 19, 2019, 02:57:53 pm »
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Thanks!
I have done that now. Its a little frustrating to see how the system is all over the page and requires to login in so many places. I was also very confused with my.unimelb and prod.ss.unimelb.edu.au.... why not have a better user-friendly navigating sitemap.............................
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Where can i find a guide for subject enrollment for engineering. i haven't done specialist maths, as it wasn't offered due lack of interest from fellow students. I have found a normal one, but idk how much will my structure differ?
The best "guide" would be this page which lists all the possible majors that relate to engineering. There is also this course planning guide and this list of sample course plans.

As you haven't done Spesh, you'll need to do Calculus 1 in Sem 1 and Calculus 2 in Sem 2. Linear Algebra can be done in Sem 1, Sem 2 or the summer semester.
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Re: UoM General Chat
« Reply #17930 on: December 19, 2019, 03:25:16 pm »
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The best "guide" would be this page which lists all the possible majors that relate to engineering. There is also this course planning guide and this list of sample course plans.

As you haven't done Spesh, you'll need to do Calculus 1 in Sem 1 and Calculus 2 in Sem 2. Linear Algebra can be done in Sem 1, Sem 2 or the summer semester.
Thanks! that helped...
I cant do linear algebra in sem 1, as spesh is requirement for that too, so sem 2 it will be.
I still have extra points left... do i need to use them all?
I have attached my enrollments below, tell me if everything looks good :D
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Re: UoM General Chat
« Reply #17931 on: December 19, 2019, 03:38:34 pm »
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I still have extra points left... do i need to use them all?
No, the remaining points will be used by science subjects in the future years.

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I have attached my enrollments below, tell me if everything looks good :D
Calculus 2: Advanced is a new subject and has Calc 1 grade based requirements so be wary of that, the other option is to do Calculus 2.
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Re: UoM General Chat
« Reply #17932 on: December 19, 2019, 03:54:43 pm »
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No, the remaining points will be used by science subjects in the future years.
Calculus 2: Advanced is a new subject and has Calc 1 grade based requirements so be wary of that, the other option is to do Calculus 2.
I will keep that in mind. Thanks!
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