Discussion in 'Interviews' started by GottaGo, Aug 5, 2018.
Is there something like that for WSU as well? :-0
For SOME successful candidates there MAY be an indication if you’re in a day or two earlier by using the website. If you go to last year’s offer thread on page 7 (I think there’s someone who posted something about seeing the result a bit earlier using myhub)
If you’re a current student there you MIGHT be able to check. If it isn’t there it doesn’t mean you didn’t make it because it’s suaully all released through UAC.
Again with all these things don’t look too much into it. It’s only for SOME people. Results come out a day or so after so it’s not a huge wait. We’ve been waiting so long already I’m sure we can do another day without losing all our marbles.
That being said, I’ve refreshed this page at work about 50 times today
As with the Quick Questions thread, unless you’re posting NEW information about early accessing of offers, further one line posts on this topic will be edited/deleted to prevent thread clogging and panic.
Thanks everyone, and best of luck.
Has anyone received interstate Curtin med interview invitation yet? I thought Curtin sending out by this Tue or Wed.
Just Checking my chances at Monash/Adelaide/NSW/UNSW/Flinders
GOT my GCE A Levels Results today.. A* A* A* A (Chem/Bio/Physics/Maths)
Also got "A" English @AS level
Already done Interview at Adelaide.
Out of curiosity, did anyone who got an offer/rejection feel that it didn't match their interview performance? I feel like I aced the WSU interview (no offer) and bombed the JMP interview (bonded New England offer..)
Felt like I did pretty good for JMP but no offer. Wooooppssss
I imagine this happens a lot, and there are probably a few reasons.
1. It's not only how YOU perform, but how you perform in comparison to the other interviewees.
2. It can be hard to gauge how well you perform since you don't know exactly what they're looking for at each station. You may have felt like you gave the "right" answer at WSU but actually missed some of the major points they were marking based on.
Our opinion of our own performance is very subjective.
Last year I wasn't confident on a WSU offer, I didn't feel like I bombed it but I felt like I missed the mark - I ended up with an unbonded offer.
In any case congrats on your UNE offer
Just now spoke to Ms.Zara Cupina at UNSW medicine. Interview offers for interstate and overseas applicants will be sent out around 3.00 pm today. She is being bombarded with phone calls since today morning. So let us be considerate to her and give her some peace of mind to do her job. Best wishes to all waiting for the offer.
I was just wondering how people who applied for EAS on here found out how many bonus points they got from UAC or universities?
Following! Seems like only SATAC, UQ and Monash (Calculator) tells. Curious about TISC, UAC and JCU though
^^how do you find your bonus adjustments for SATAC/UQ?
Sorry I can't find the page itself, maybe A1 can help? But it was something like 2 points for Specialist Maths/ language/ financial, etc
For SATAC, I believe it was purely for financial, (medical reasons ?), but not subjects. It adds points to the aggregate/ ATAR. I think A1 could help too? Sorry, I know the schemes are in place but can't find the pages!
JCU doesn’t do bonus points for EAS or specific school subjects, only rurality.
This page details the general admission schemes for UQ i.e. Rural Sub-quota and Indigenous pathways: Admission schemes
Subject incentive scheme: Subject Incentive Scheme
Anyone know approximately how many interstate interviews Monash and unsw hold?
In that case it may be that neither can tell you, unless one of the two have told others, in which case, I'm sure someone will say
I'm curious because Smelly Boy and some others I noticed have been able to call up the relevant institution and find out exactly how many bonus points they got. Hopefully they can help me out here!
Curtin 2nd round interview offers are out my friend has told me
Thanks for updating everyone
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