23-01-2017 08:47 PM - edited 23-01-2017 08:47 PM
23-01-2017 08:47 PM
Totally agree with @sapphire38 and everyone else but there being heaps of other options! I wish schools told you what they were though, sometimes they don't give young peopel enough info and they think their dream is over if they don't get in straight away. I think its completely normal to change around and start somewhere you didn't originally think, I also think it makes you question what you want and what is right for you which is also a good thing cause when you do figure it out its probably better than if you just went with something you got the ATAR for.
I got into a degree that i ended up not liking at all so it can go either way!
@j95 some of my classes have tutes that are compulsory attendance, and those have the 80% thing you mentioned I was more talking about courses that are just one lecture a week. So i guess it depends?
23-01-2017 08:49 PM
I think thats totally normal @FootyFan26! I dont think i really knew what i wanted in year 11, sometimes im not sure what i want NOW haha but awsome that you have a goal to work towards. I think that's great
23-01-2017 08:52 PM