I can show you some examples I've done in the past four years. (YM is the abbr of the school I went)Btw, how did you find "equivalent griffith university courses" for credit transfer? Are you only half guessing what are similar courses?
Hi, I didn't do first year subjects except for Interpersonal Skills so wouldn't be able to give the best advice there. But structure your subjects in such a way so that you get plenty of breaks and not get worn out.I'm basically just sending them the my course outline and each subjects outline. I asked them and they said if you can't identify the equivalent, just leave it blank and they'll do it.
Anyway goodboy, is there any suggestions on timetabling besides avoiding early starts, late finish and big gaps? E.g. you want to do pracs early? Or do a particular tute a week after a lecture?
Since you are married, I am not sure how that would work out. Unfortunately, I can't be much help there sorry. However, I know a lot of partnered people living in rental private houses around the uni (close walking distance). Additionally, some houses have a room for a couple. Check out gumtree as they put up adds frequently. I will look out as well and if I come across, I will private message you.Hi goodboy, thx so much for ur informative post! I'm a non-standard dentistry student commencing this sms. I assume University Square and University Village only accept current students? As I'm actually married and need to find accomodation where I can live with my husband, so does it mean I have to find private rent elsewhere, or do you hv any better suggestion? Thx alot!
I'd be surprised if you didn't get credits!@l2009 Thank you so much!!! (y)
I was planning living "on campus" in the first place, but the social partying thing really kind of scares me. I rather have a quiet place to study at night or something.
Hope that GU will let me transfer some of my credits. It's really hard to tell based on slightly difference course names.
Just curious, what do people do if they are able to get all the credits except "Introduction to Clinical Oral Health Practice" ???
1) Sorry, I wouldn't know. Best check their website and contact them directlyAfter 2 years of constantly trying, I've finally made it! I'm a non standard with GPA-6.7. So excited!(y). I have a few questions though:
1. Is it too late to apply for Griffith University Village?
2. For the last two years, is getting FEE-HELP easy and is it given for the full amount? Can a current student in 4th or 5th year answer this please.
Thanks! Good luck to those still waiting.(yy)
Mm, depends what you prefer. I hate early starts (you'll get used to it in 3rd year though ... 8am starts nearly everyday), so I avoid early starts ... I don't like late Friday finishes (this year I have a 7pm friday finish -.-) ...Anyway goodboy, is there any suggestions on timetabling besides avoiding early starts, late finish and big gaps? E.g. you want to do pracs early? Or do a particular tute a week after a lecture?
Agreed, get out there and make friends in the upper years! Once you hit second and third year, us upper years are useful for adviceTips: Get to know everyone in your cohort as early as possible, make networks and connections and new friendships. For the 5 years you are here, make it worthwhile! Loads of fun and study to be done but memories of this shall remain evergreen. Hence, get to know one another.