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Studying Algo next year
« on: June 20, 2020, 07:37:51 pm »
Hi (  ' ∀ ' )ノ
    I am a year 10 student that has just started studying in Australia this year. I am thinking about doing algorithmics next year because I want to study engineering in uni.
    I will probably be studying EAL, accelerated methods, specialist, chemistry and physics (maybe biology too) next year if nothing goes wrong.
    I have learnt Python 2 syntax via Codecademy and self learnt Python 3 syntax.
    Would that be a bit too much for me to study two accelerated subject (method and algorithmics) in a year? Is there anything I can
prepare or read before the lesson start? Is there additional things hav to be done with Python if I would like to use it in algorithmics?
    I know it sounds weird but I have so many subjects that I want to study. I am not good at making decision 。゚ヽ(゚Д`)ノ゚。
This is my first post. I am sorry that I have a lot of questions QWQ
An international student that loves science
Unit 3&4 subjects I am doing and going to do
2021: Math methods, Algorithmics
2022: Specialist maths, physics, EAL, Chemistry(may drop that, not sure🤷🏻), (UMEP physics hopefully)


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Re: Studying Algo next year
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2020, 10:24:26 pm »
The VCAA study design has detailed information about key knowledge and key skills in the subject https://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/curriculum/vce/vce-study-designs/algorithmics/Pages/index.aspx
It may help you decide.