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Chem Engg is pretty easy
At least first year at USyd
ENGG1801 is pretty much a guaranteed D or higher
CHNG1103 is SOOOO easy
but make sure you get everything double marked because the teaching/marking is atrocious.
I got 72 for CHNG1103 without any effort
but then i went and checked my final
they just didn't mark a lot of it
and a lot of the stuff was marked wrong
i worked out I would've gotten AT LEAST a D
if they marked it right
but I got into med so i was like ~whatevs~
So I think it's alright
the easiest thing to get a good GPA in
if you're good at science
would be BSc(Adv) at UWS
or a science thing at UTS
USyd is notorious for hard marking/competition/scaling/etc.
Haha, oh gosh, please do not be inspired by my life. I think the only reason some things go well for me is because everything else goes really, really bad, but like, I'm not complaining, in 4+ years time everything will be super good.
But yeah, please don't follow what I do, I'm really lazy. Work hard and stuff. ^_^
Anyways, I think Sc/Engg might be a bit shit if you want to get into med.
But I would suggest picking one or the other.
If I were you I would do either Eng/Sc or just Eng in first year.
See if you like Engg or Sc
and stick with the one you like
because 5 years is a long time if you're going to get into med
3 year sc is probs best
but if you're better at engg, then one more year is fine
That's heaps good. Although I reckon there will be more than 10 people with 70/70, so I don't think you will be state ranking. But seriously, that mark is solid. I reckon I got 55-57, I'm pissed off, did a lot of silly sht in multichoice, and newton's method.