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Rietie

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Re: Anyone Doing Renaissance This Year?
« Reply #15 on: May 02, 2008, 05:41:46 pm »
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English, Literature, Economics, Business Management, Specialist Maths, Maths Methods, Further Maths, National Politics, Legal Studies, Texts and Traditions, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Renaissance, Revolutions, Health and Human Development, French, Indonesian, Japanese (which is being dropped for Chinese), Geography, Art, Studio Art, PE, Theatre Studies, Music Performance and IT (but no one does it).

You can do VET courses outside school (but only a few people do them) and some people also do uni subjects.
2007 - History Revolutions (35)
2008 - English (40), Literature (37), National Politics (37), Maths Methods (32), History Renaissance (39)
ENTER: 93.20

2009 - Bachelor of Arts (ANU)
2010 - Bachelor of Classical Studies (ANU)
Majors: Ancient Greek, Ancient History, Archaeology

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Re: Anyone Doing Renaissance This Year?
« Reply #16 on: May 02, 2008, 08:57:56 pm »
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I would have loved to do classics if my school offered it :(

And I would have done a science - psychology, if they had offered it :(
ur skool doesnt even have psych :O!
No. It doesn't.

really!!! thats strange i always viewed it as one of the most common classes

What subjects does your school run Rietie?
lol.... r u seriously asking this???
you want her to list every single vce subject at her school..

LMAO!!

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Re: Anyone Doing Renaissance This Year?
« Reply #17 on: May 02, 2008, 10:22:06 pm »
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I dont see anything wrong with that question and the fact that rietie replied to his comment shows she doesnt see anything wrong with that either. So i do not see wat is funny :S

droodles

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Re: Anyone Doing Renaissance This Year?
« Reply #18 on: May 02, 2008, 10:36:35 pm »
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i wish my school had renaissance as a subject, it would be the perfect replacement for further.

Rietie

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Re: Anyone Doing Renaissance This Year?
« Reply #19 on: May 02, 2008, 10:42:06 pm »
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I dont see anything wrong with that question and the fact that rietie replied to his comment shows she doesnt see anything wrong with that either. So i do not see wat is funny :S

Heh. I couldn't remember half of them, so I went to my school website, then to the online booklist, and then typed all the subjects from there :)
2007 - History Revolutions (35)
2008 - English (40), Literature (37), National Politics (37), Maths Methods (32), History Renaissance (39)
ENTER: 93.20

2009 - Bachelor of Arts (ANU)
2010 - Bachelor of Classical Studies (ANU)
Majors: Ancient Greek, Ancient History, Archaeology

daniel99

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Re: Anyone Doing Renaissance This Year?
« Reply #20 on: May 03, 2008, 06:47:08 pm »
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I would have loved to do classics if my school offered it :(

And I would have done a science - psychology, if they had offered it :(
ur skool doesnt even have psych :O!
No. It doesn't.

really!!! thats strange i always viewed it as one of the most common classes

What subjects does your school run Rietie?
lol.... r u seriously asking this???
you want her to list every single vce subject at her school..

LMAO!!

Im sure if rietie didn't want to answer she wouldnt have...It has nothing to do with you anyway, so why comment???? :S :S :S

BA22

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Re: Anyone Doing Renaissance This Year?
« Reply #21 on: May 04, 2008, 07:39:07 pm »
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Yeh, you'd be suprised at the small range of VCE subjects that some schools offer. The list may only be 10-15 subjects long for some schools

daniel99

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Re: Anyone Doing Renaissance This Year?
« Reply #22 on: May 04, 2008, 09:34:05 pm »
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Yeh, you'd be suprised at the small range of VCE subjects that some schools offer. The list may only be 10-15 subjects long for some schools

LOL not many options then!!! My school probably has 40??