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Aar0n_101

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Science degree
« on: December 16, 2017, 04:55:59 pm »
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Hey guys i wanted to do Science at Deakin, but I got an atar slightly less than the atar required. It was only by about 2.2 or something ridiculous. I was wondering my chances of getting into the course, and btw I applied for SEAS.

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Re: Science degree
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2017, 05:01:31 pm »
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Hey guys i wanted to do Science at Deakin, but I got an atar slightly less than the atar required. It was only by about 2.2 or something ridiculous. I was wondering my chances of getting into the course, and btw I applied for SEAS.

If you look at the vtac website, it'll show you how many people got into the course last year with less than the required atar - for most subjects, its above 20%. Especially with SEAS, Id say you're a very good chance of getting in. Having said that, its always a good idea to have a second and third preference that you can fall back on.
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2016: Biology, Physics
2017: English, Methods, Specialist, German, Chemistry

Feel free to give me a message if you need help in these subjects!!

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Re: Science degree
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2017, 06:10:00 pm »
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If you look at the vtac website, it'll show you how many people got into the course last year with less than the required atar - for most subjects, its above 20%. Especially with SEAS, Id say you're a very good chance of getting in. Having said that, its always a good idea to have a second and third preference that you can fall back on.
Thanks so much!