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February 26, 2021, 07:08:56 am

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #15 on: April 28, 2020, 05:36:38 pm »
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same here :D what chapter is your school up to?
Chapter 7A, where about are you guys?

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #16 on: April 29, 2020, 12:48:27 pm »
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Chapter 7A, where about are you guys?
6 F I think  :P
Are you going ahead or staying with the class?

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #17 on: April 29, 2020, 07:29:33 pm »
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6 F I think  :P
Are you going ahead or staying with the class?
staying with class

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #18 on: June 17, 2020, 11:14:48 am »
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you know what really sucks? the study design is changing in 2022 which means we don't have any completely relevant exams and resources :-\
Goals:
2021: Mathematical Methods 45+ | Software Development 45+
2022: English 40+ | Specialist Mathematics 40+ | Physics 40+ | Chemistry 40+
ATAR: 97+

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #19 on: June 17, 2020, 07:14:58 pm »
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you know what really sucks? the study design is changing in 2022 which means we don't have any completely relevant exams and resources :-\
what about 2021

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #20 on: June 17, 2020, 07:31:03 pm »
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you know what really sucks? the study design is changing in 2022 which means we don't have any completely relevant exams and resources :-\

Does this mean that our 1/2 studies might not be as relevant to what we learn in 3/4?
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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #21 on: June 18, 2020, 06:38:24 pm »
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what about 2021
pretty sure 2021 is the last year where the study designs are from 2016-2021. most 3/4 subjects in 2022 will have a different study design. still mostly relevant though, only a few things change.

Does this mean that our 1/2 studies might not be as relevant to what we learn in 3/4?
it'll still be relevant
Goals:
2021: Mathematical Methods 45+ | Software Development 45+
2022: English 40+ | Specialist Mathematics 40+ | Physics 40+ | Chemistry 40+
ATAR: 97+

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #22 on: September 18, 2020, 08:52:24 am »
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hello fellow year 10s, just curious but am I the only one completely procrastinating and relieved for the holidays now bc boi was term 3 a ride. but now that we're almost at term 4 im getting nervous now about year 11 bc of 3/4s + 1/2s. im sure we will all try our best tho and ace it  :D
also how r exams working at ur schools for 1/2s and yr10 subjects? coz i think at this stage it's only for 1/2s... maths, english, etc will just hv test like conditions bc exams aren't allowed. enjoy ur holidays  ;D
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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #23 on: November 11, 2020, 04:37:42 pm »
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Hey guys,
Was wondering if anyone else here got into the Kwong Lee Dow program?
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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #24 on: November 15, 2020, 02:46:11 pm »
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Hey guys,
Was wondering if anyone else here got into the Kwong Lee Dow program?
No, unfortunately I was declined from both the Monash and the Melbourne Uni programs, despite being in the top 5% of my year level and having numerous achievements and leadership awards to my name. Again, it's most definitely not all about awards and grades, and I'm grateful I received the opportunity to apply, but I am dissapointed I was declined. May I ask, what did you write about, and what leadership/awards you have which you believe granted you a place? Simply for interest sake!  :)
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(2021): 1/2 - Methods, Eng Language, Chem, PE.
3/4 - Physics, Bio
(2022): 3/4 - Methods, Eng Language, Chem, PE.

Goals: 98+ ATAR, Direct Entry Medicine at: Monash, UNSW, James Cook

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #25 on: November 18, 2020, 11:02:10 am »
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No, unfortunately I was declined from both the Monash and the Melbourne Uni programs, despite being in the top 5% of my year level and having numerous achievements and leadership awards to my name. Again, it's most definitely not all about awards and grades, and I'm grateful I received the opportunity to apply, but I am dissapointed I was declined. May I ask, what did you write about, and what leadership/awards you have which you believe granted you a place? Simply for interest sake!  :)

Ahh that sucks man :( don't let it get you down, with each year comes more opportunities!
Only two other people at my school applied, which probably boosted my chances quite a bit. I talked about how I've been a student leader for the past few years at my school, and how that has allowed me to be involved in community events. I mentioned my other extra curriculars, which include being in my school's youth ministry program and social justice team (I go to a Catholic school), and how I was in my town's Easter fair as part of my boxing gym. For the other sections about aspirations and stuff, I talked about how I want to do medicine and work in places where healthcare is needed most (e.g. crisis areas, remote areas) :)
KLD Class of 2022
VCE 2021: Biology, Religion and Society

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #26 on: December 29, 2020, 05:17:08 pm »
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As the new year creeps closer and closer, the prospect of me getting into undergrad medicine seems lower and lower.

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #27 on: December 29, 2020, 09:25:54 pm »
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As the new year creeps closer and closer, the prospect of me getting into undergrad medicine seems lower and lower.
Hey,

It's definitely not an impossible goal. You still have next year and the year after, and a lot can happen in that time! If you don't get into undergrad med at Monash, it doesn't make you less of a person or less deserving of being a doctor. The med course won't be going away anytime soon - there are other ways you can get in and pursue the career you're after!

All the best! :)

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Re: Class of 2022!
« Reply #28 on: December 29, 2020, 09:38:30 pm »
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As the new year creeps closer and closer, the prospect of me getting into undergrad medicine seems lower and lower.
While I can relate to this, if there's one piece of advice that I would've given myself at the start of Yr 11 is that you really need to believe in yourself and believe that you can achieve your goals, because only then can you have a clearer mindset and therefore think about HOW to achieve the goals themselves as opposed to IF you can achieve them. You still have plenty of time, try to stay on top of your subjects and up to date. At least from what I saw, the people who did really well in Yr 11 were the ones who seemed like they were up to date if not ahead and took their Unit 1/2 and 3/4 subjects seriously (obviously prioritise 3/4 subjects, but don't neglect 1/2 especially with subjects like Chem). I also agree with what Im21074.

Another thing, is that rather than thinking of it as getting into undergrad med, break it down into smaller goals that might help you like aiming to do well in your 3/4 subject this year and working towards that.
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