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Re: Bill's Ride through Monash Biomed
« Reply #30 on: June 14, 2022, 07:05:26 pm »
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What an interesting conclusion to one of the most detailed uni journals here!
Curious to know are you transferring to a new course, or are you applying to a masters?
Discontinue suggests the latter, what course are you thinking of appying?
What's your plans for your gap year this, hope you can do alot while we out of lockdown!
What subjects are you planning to teach in?
Wishing you all the best in your future ventures and I hope you enjoy what you end up studying.

I'll be applying to Bach of Education at Monash since the chem minor I did (as well as some biomed units) can transfer credits to satisfy the chem and bio specialisations which is what I plan on teaching

During this year I plan learning the year 12 spesh course since I was told that I might potentially be asked by some schools to teach some maths classes instead of teaching within my specialisations. I'm continuing to volunteer here and elsewhere to gain experience communicating concepts to students
VCE 2016-2018

2017: Biology [38], Further Maths [44]

2018: Methods [37], French [38], Chem [40], English [44]

UMAT: 56/43/80, 57th percentile (LLLLOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLL)

ATAR: 98.1

2019-2021: Bachelor of Biomedical Science at Monash (Scholars), minoring in Chemistry

GAMSAT September 2021: 65/67/86, 76 overall (98th percentile)

2022: Chilling

2023+: Transfer to teaching degree