humph, I seriously cannot stand 1115. I'm also not great at it - the calculus proofs seem to 'click' more frequently than the linear algebra (for some strange reason... it turns out basically everyone finds the linear algebra proofs much more straightforward). In any case, I don't see myself as a mathsy person... do you think it's worth transferring to 1014 next semester? Also, does 1115 scale?

Eh, most people dislike 1115 - 1116 is much more "proof"y, whereas 1115 is just applying a couple of methods to solve variants of the same problem over and over again. 1014 is quite different to 1116, much more like 1115 in that it's reasonably boring (nevertheless, quite important for physicists...). Then again, it is much easier than 1116...

And 1115 can scale, depending on how everyone does in the exams. Based on your marks so far though (and yes, I did just go check them on Wattle

), I wouldn't be too worried about it.