well what they told me was that these early dates are for other course, e.g. Music. They said that Dent will be offered in Jan, and that some applicants may recieve a call from the Dent School at GU before.it says on QTAC website that the offer dates are 2/12, 16/12 and the main offer round in jan. I am surprised that they will not be making early offers as they have been doin this for the past few yrs.
If you do happen to receive an early offer directly from the Dent School at GU, is there still the option of conditionally accepting the offer in order to leave yourself open for the UQ round? I'm not sure how it is going to work when GU takes QTAC out of the equation.well what they told me was that these early dates are for other course, e.g. Music. They said that Dent will be offered in Jan, and that some applicants may recieve a call from the Dent School at GU before.
no. theyre not connected. You can get an offer from each TAC in Aus if you really wanted.some of us have applied to multiple tertiary admission centres (e.g. QTAC VTAC, etc), so if we do receive an offer from QTAC for example, and we accept it, are all the other admission centres automatically notified of your acceptance of offer and hence, cancel any pending offers for which you would be eligible if you hadn't accepted the offer?
It's exactly the same as doing a Bachelor of Dental science. There are no extra tests, and there are no limited places. As long as you pass 3rd year you progress into 4th as if it's any other degree.Hey, just wondering how exactly does this 3 years of BOH in DSc and 2 GDIP in dent work? so after the 5 years your considered a dentist right? is there any extra tests you need to take (within NZ and aus, i know overseas youd have to obviously) and can you go straight into specialisation after the GDIP in dent?
also more importantly is there direct entry into GDIP or is that competitive with limited number of seats?
oh thats good to hear haha, just wondering how is first sem like? is the first year a more "general year" with papers spanning across the sciences? are there any clinic papers?