Which core curriculum unit did you do in your first year? Any insight in the differences between them? I have never done religion at school, so I think I should choose one of the philosophy units, not UNCC.
You are welcome. My understanding is that completing Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (4 years) gives you a much higher chance of getting into Physio Masters as opposed to the 3 year exercise science. This way you would actually have two occupations (exercise physiologist and physiotherapist)...
It looks like you gathered some great info and thought deeply about your options. I do believe that transferring into physio after the first year is quite hard (because they are capped, therefore no vacancies). Only you can decide if you could live away from Sydney for 4 years, but you...
Also, I heard USYD is more theory based whilst ACU focuses more on practical stuff hence producing job-ready graduates. Reportedly 96% of ACU graduates are employed full time 4 months after graduating.
At ACU all of the 4th year is clinical placements only. At USYD some are in year 3 and some in year 4. Clinical supervisors expect more from a year 4 student, therefore having all placements in your last year would be advantageous IMO.
I would drop visual arts because:
1. Not just that you are not enjoying it, it is actually stressing you out and you don't need that on top of all other stressors that year 12 brings
2. The teacher is not supportive
3. Visual Arts does not scale well
I did only 10 units in Year 12 and tried my...
I am unable to answer your question, however I can confirm that HSC Ninja appears to be quite accurate. It overestimated my ATAR by 0.60. Matrix calculator was even more accurate underestimating my ATAR by only 0.05.