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    Quote Originally Posted by Roopee View Post
    I'm NSW too and eagerly awaiting Wednesday night to see if I get an offer for BMid at Newcastle Uni...........entrance rank is 92% andI got 96% so Im crossing everything!
    Me too roopee! I have done the HUBS subjects and got a HD and a D giving me a GPA of 6.5 but no idea what that converts too. Percentage it's 96 but not sure it's that simple. It's going to be a looooongg two days!

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    Today is they day all us Victorians will find out about uni!!!

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    Good luck to everyone in Victoria who is waiting to hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElizaDoLittle View Post
    Me too roopee! I have done the HUBS subjects and got a HD and a D giving me a GPA of 6.5 but no idea what that converts too. Percentage it's 96 but not sure it's that simple. It's going to be a looooongg two days!
    I did Open Foundation last year so that 96 is my ATAR but im still crapping myself LOL! I'm dreaming about offers, my tummy is in knots- I have been a doula for 4 years and mid is ALL i ever wanted to do- if I dont get Mid, I'll do nursing and transfer but I'd like to get in first go if I can! Good luck on Wednesday night Eliza!

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    Oh! And good luck to ALL the Victorians today!

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    Any news on the Vic folk?

    I am Bek 3rd year nursing student ACU Brisbane. Mum to three and work as an AIN in my spare time. Welcome to all the newbies.++++

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepees View Post
    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
    With your great support, you would likely be OK with full-time. As one of the other posters said though, you could enroll into full-time & then drop subjects before the census date if you find it to be too much. a9dropping before the census date means you don't get any academic or financial penalties). Keep in mind at GU the census date is before the main census date the rest of the uni has because BMid starts sooner.

    WOW! there are a lot of 1st year Griffith University BMid on this thread. Congratulations to you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roopee View Post
    I did Open Foundation last year so that 96 is my ATAR but im still crapping myself LOL! I'm dreaming about offers, my tummy is in knots- I have been a doula for 4 years and mid is ALL i ever wanted to do- if I dont get Mid, I'll do nursing and transfer but I'd like to get in first go if I can! Good luck on Wednesday night Eliza!
    Is it midnight they come out? Gah. I have no fingernails left!! Which hospital will you go to roopee? Goodluck!!! I so hope you get your dream xx

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