True... it's pretty busy compared to highschool, but (at least i think) there's less pressure than in highschool. Making mistakes is common in university, in VCE it can mean death.

P.S. /0, are you doing that ASC with B-Wang as an add-on to Analysis 2? Just saying, I did the exact same thing. Also it was pretty rubbish. Heads up.

Aww well... at least it is complemented by my other subjects... thx for the heads up. What ASCs have you done that are good?

Hmmm well my favourite ones where number theory ones I did in 3rd year, though that's to be expected considering I ended up doing honours in number theory. Analytic number theory is tres cool but you'll need to do complex analysis first (although the amount you do in 2406 should be enough to get started). Also if you want a cushy subject to do next semester, do number theory and cryptography, easiest HD you'll ever get (and you could probably do an add-on then with my old honours supervisor, Richard Brent).

I did an interesting ASC on the Banach-Tarski paradox from a more philosophical point of view with Jason Grossman from the philosophy department, which was excellent. If you want to do something more philosophical (with connections to maths or physics, obviously) then he's your man.

Also did ASCs on hyperbolic geometry and on convexity and the isoperimetric inequality with Andrew Hassell, both of which were decent, and certainly not too challenging. Over summer I did a summer research scholarship with Andrew on quantum unique ergodicity, which you'd probably find quite interesting (kinda a mathematical way of seeing how close quantum mechanics and classical mechanics are to each other), but you'd probably have to have done Analysis 3 to do that. It'd probably make a great honours topic though.