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RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« on: February 22, 2017, 06:06:00 pm »
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RMIT UNIVERSITY
G E N E R A L   C H A T   T H R E A D

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What is this thread for?
Welcome to the RMIT University general chat thread. ;D This thread is for anything RMIT-related. If you have general questions, ask them here. If you don't know where to ask something, ask it here. If you want to vent about your day at uni, do it here. If you want to chat about your subjects, do it here. Basically, whatever you want - this is the place for it. 👌

Who can post here?
Anybody! Most will be current students at the university, but even if you're considering studying here, you're absolutely more than welcome to post! Providing different perspectives is incredibly valuable.

Just note that to ask a question or make a post, you will first need an ATAR Notes account. You probably already have one, but if you don't, it takes about four seconds to sign up - and it's completely free!

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INTRODUCTION TO UNIVERSITY:
* Making the most of university [guide]
* How university works. The point of this thread is to get you up to speed on how university actually works, answering any questions first-year students (or older) could possibly have.
* First year university checklist. A concise summary of some of the major terms you might come across in your first days, weeks and months at uni.
* Choosing universities: a beginner's guide.
* VET FEE-HELP explained.
* HECS-HELP and what your careers counsellor won't talk about.
* What's the best way to pay off uni fees?
* What's a university lecture actually like?

GENERAL UNIVERSITY:
* Moving interstate for uni: is it worth it?
* Week 4 uni getting you down? Read this!
* Writing a university thesis.
* Guide to academic writing.
* The uni and course for you: a guide for prospective students
* Have you considered taking a gap year?

FACULTY-SPECIFIC GUIDES:
* What's first year Biomedicine really like?
* What's first year Medicine really like?
* Taking the long road to Law.
* The benefits of an Arts degree - by a current Law student.
* Beyond the end goal: lessons learnt from higher education (Science).
* What's the difference between Legal Studies and Law?
* Difference between undergrad and postgrad Law.
* Communications/Media Q&A.
* Engineering Q&A.
* First year uni maths questions.
* Differences between Bachelor of Biomed and Bachelor of Science.

ACADEMIC GUIDES:
* How to write a university essay.
* How do you get High Distinctions?
* Students who consistently achieve H1s/HDs, how do you do it?

DISCUSSION TOPICS:
* Rank your university units from favourite to least favourite.
* Things I wish I knew about first year uni.
* Is a Bachelor of Arts useless?
* Misconceptions (and truths) about uni life.
* I don't know what to study at uni - help!
* If you weren't studying what you're studying, what would you be studying?
* Is having a car/licence a must for university life?
* How to uni: a guide.
* Uni. Is it really worth it?
* Does university make you feel like a slave?
* Is a laptop necessary for university?
* I can't seem to make friends at university.
* Should I drop out of university?
* How to make friends at uni?
* University stationery.
* What happens if you do 'badly' in uni?
* Do you even SWOTVAC?

RESULTS:
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Yo, wassup?! Who here is studying at RMIT? ;D
« Last Edit: March 14, 2018, 02:33:50 pm by Joseph41 »

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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2017, 06:45:52 pm »
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Yo, wassup?! Who where is studying at RMIT? ;D

RMIT Alumni right here~~! but I still use the facilities...mainly for printing  ;D 8)
 
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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #2 on: February 22, 2017, 07:10:59 pm »
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RMIT Alumni right here~~! but I still use the facilities...mainly for printing  ;D 8)

Hahaha you sly fox. So you graduated last year? How are you finding the non-uni life? ;D

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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #3 on: May 04, 2017, 11:10:36 pm »
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Hahaha you sly fox. So you graduated last year? How are you finding the non-uni life? ;D

You know, its weird, I thought I would want to go back to school. Since its pretty much all I've been doing for 17 years, I felt pretty nervous not doing it anymore. But now...like it feels great. What is dis. I remember in uni when i'd get home and play some games or something I would always have this thought like 'I should really be studying' or even when I finished all my assignments I would still have the thought 'I should be studying for the exams instead, this isn't highschool, it's best to study early'. And those thoughts would exhaust me sometimes.
But now when I get home from work, thats it, nothing; what happened at work stays at work. Even when just chilling at home I have no background thoughts about studying or doing extra stuff at work.

Non-uni life rocks~!
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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #4 on: October 19, 2017, 07:27:08 am »
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I guess ATARNotes is predominalty Monash and Melbourne university students for Victoria, which doesn't surprise me at all.
Unless every RMIT student besides me is just lurking here now.
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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #5 on: October 19, 2017, 07:29:39 am »
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I guess ATARNotes is predominalty Monash and Melbourne university students for Victoria, which doesn't surprise me at all.
Unless every RMIT student besides me is just lurking here now.

Would love to get some RMIT discussion going!

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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #6 on: February 25, 2019, 09:17:45 am »
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I am now at RMIT. Any ANers at all studying here this year?
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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #7 on: July 30, 2019, 04:05:32 pm »
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I am now at RMIT. Any ANers at all studying here this year?
I am! Sorry for the three month delay as you can see not many ANers study at RMIT :)
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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #8 on: July 30, 2019, 04:34:01 pm »
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I am! Sorry for the three month delay as you can see not many ANers study at RMIT :)

I'm studying at RMIT now, too! ;D

@techno @zofromuxo - where do you usually study on campus if at all?

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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #9 on: July 30, 2019, 08:05:34 pm »
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I'm studying at RMIT now, too! ;D

@techno @zofromuxo - where do you usually study on campus if at all?

The impression I get (my brother studies at RMIT) is that you could ask a unimelb student the same question :P

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Re: RMIT General Chat & Discussion
« Reply #10 on: August 03, 2019, 06:07:49 pm »
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I'm mainly in computer labs since my own discipline has study sessions for us :D

But as @Bri MT alluded too, most of the spaces are being taken up by UniMelb students and high schoolers.

If your looking for spaces, PM and I'll share my 'secert' study spaces.
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