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1. ### 2003 UAIs

97.50 i was hoping for 95 ish so im happy!
2. ### Science in 2004

haha same here. if that was the deciding factor, then i'd be in nursing for sure. :p
3. ### Science in 2004

haha i was just joking people bout the whole guy/girl numbers in the course!

5. ### Science in 2004

is everyone doing this course a guy? ...maybe i should have done nursing
6. ### Science in 2004

im doing science(ad)/commerce do u think if after the 3yrs, im happy with just a science degree, i can just not do the commerce one?
7. ### who's loyal?

i have no attachment to china, but then again i am an aussie doing chinese so i guess thats fair enough
8. ### Chinese Continuers, if there are any out there

For the compositions, what questions did u choose? i did B then did A for the last one.
9. ### Chinese Continuers, if there are any out there

what did ya think?
10. ### uai prediction plz

thanks for that
11. ### uai prediction plz

hey people, could someone give me a predicted uai for these details please? thanks a lot Chemistry 17/35 78% Eng Adv 27/81 83% Maths Ext1 14/57 84% Maths Ext2 6/17 80% Software D&D 1/13 94% Chinese...
12. ### Ratio Boy To Girl In Chem

3 classes altogether, 35 students, all are boys... oh, but i go to a guys school too
13. ### Multiple Choice

bugger, i think ur right jezzmo i misread the question
14. ### Question 23: Exam Thoughts

damm, yeah i think ur right, which meens im wrong.
15. ### Multiple Choice

yes, to avoid the situation described in D, however it can occur with the prototype & hence a major problem of the prototyping approach.
16. ### Multiple Choice

1. c 2. a 3. a (why are people putting c???) 4. a 5. d 6. d 7. d 8. b 9. b (finds the position (index), not the number) 10. c 11. c (total > 8, not >=) 12. b 13. d 14. a 15. c (you can either choose to do digit or variable at the start (wipes out a & b) & ; is optional, not...
17. ### Question 23: Exam Thoughts

hey for that Register Q do you think this would be right? LOAD(Reg1, Mem5) LOAD(Reg2, Mem5) ADD(Reg3, Reg1, Reg2) ADD(Reg3, Reg3, Reg1) STORE(Reg3, Mem7) STOP you see what i meen, can u add 2 numbers together, with one of those numbers being in a register that ur accessing & storing...