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    I've done no courses before no however, I am only 22 and got an ENTER (I live in Melbourne) of 86.3 which is really quite a good score.
    I assumed they wouldn't take ENTER into consideration considering its been 5 years? I'm hoping they do as it would give me a chance!

    Definitely crunch some numbers and see if there's anyway you can do it! We Only live once, and I have been thinking I don't want to be on my death bed and regret that I never followed my dreams!

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    I'm in Queensland so it may be different - but they do use your OP (or equivalent ranking as per your state) for entry (as a mature age entry). With a score like yours I don't think you have anything to worry about. You're right - you only live once - that's how I see it too. Be nice to win the Lotto or something though LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Star Light View Post
    I'm in Queensland so it may be different - but they do use your OP (or equivalent ranking as per your state) for entry (as a mature age entry). With a score like yours I don't think you have anything to worry about. You're right - you only live once - that's how I see it too. Be nice to win the Lotto or something though LOL.
    I hope you're right! I had no idea they still even took it into consideration! thanks for that!

    Oh I couldn't agree more! Winning the lotto would make life a whole lot easier! lol so easy to say follow your dreams bla bla bla, but unfortunately life doesn't make it that easy! Good luck, I hope you can find a way!


 

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