Yay!!!!! It's such a relief to get that info isn't it?!!!
Question about QTAC?
I put in a really late application this year on the 5th january. My application wasnt processed in time for the 11th/12th offer round. The nursing course i want has a rankcut-off of 69 for 2012. I have a rank of 78.
Do u think i have a chance in the feb offer round? According to the QTAC site, they are still offering places in that course. I read somewhere that they have to give me an offer if someone else with a lower rank/op was already given a position in the same course... is that true?
Everyone! I'm another first year BMid student at Griffith
I was absolutely beside myself with excitement when I found out on Wednesday arvo that I'd gotten into my first preference. I'm starting part time this year but hoping to complete the 2nd and 3rd years of the degree fulltime. I'm looking forward to getting to know some other BMid first year students
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Hi! Long time reader of the forum, very seldom poster, I'm Bek and am another one starting midwifery at Griffith next month! Excited but nervous about returning to study!
Hi all again
By the way my name is Hannah. I posted about this a couple of pages back but haven't had any replies so thought I'd give it a shot again and hopefully get some info! I've accepted an offer to study BMid at Griffith Uni and just trying to sort out whether it is feasible to study full time or whether I'd be best to study part time for the next couple of years. I have a 5 year old that is just commencing full time school, a three year old who is in full day preschool two days a week and an 18 month old. My husband works fairly short days (8.30-3 at the latest!)and is very hands on with the kids. I also have a lot of local support for babysitting etc... I've never studied a degree before and I'm from the States so have no idea what Uni is like over here! This all may sound very silly but just not sure which way to go. I'm a very organised person and good at managing my time. Any insight from those who are in second and third years of the BMid? And thanks in advance
Bek, another first year griffith Bmidder here. Are you from the GC?
Thepees, I've not done uni studies before but if you have a great support network and a very hands on DH then perhaps you could manage fulltime study? You could always enrol in the 4 subjects and drop one or two before the sensus date (which I think is early March) if you're finding it hard to cope?
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