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Student Liaison Group
by Luke EASTMAN - Tuesday, 13 August 2019, 11:49 AM
 


 
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Fun Friday
by Luke EASTMAN - Monday, 12 August 2019, 9:47 AM
 


Free excursion to the Migration Museum Friday 16 August, 2:00pm.


The Migration Museum works towards the preservation, understanding and enjoyment of South Australia’s diverse cultures. It is a place to discover the many identities of the people of South Australia through the stories of individuals and communities.

migration.history.sa.gov.au


Sign up here: https://www.universe.com/events/migration-museum-tickets-X8YSVH

 
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Scams
by Luke EASTMAN - Monday, 12 August 2019, 8:50 AM
 

https://blogs.adelaide.edu.au/isc/files/2019/08/Newsletter_Scam.jpgRecently, several international students have been targeted by online and phone scams. In one scam, incorrect advice was given about fee payment methods that tried to trick students into transferring money to non-University accounts. In another scam, a student received a call that claimed to ...

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RSPCA Cupcake Day
by Leanne TAYLOR - Monday, 12 August 2019, 8:28 AM
 

Make a donation and enjoy a cupcake to support animal welfare in SA.


 
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by Luke EASTMAN - Friday, 9 August 2019, 11:00 AM
 


 

Available courses

This course will help prepare you for the challenge of studying in an Australian University environment

TAP Teacher Contact details:

Please contact TAP teachers for any queries or assistance. 


Mathematics:

catherine.nguyenhoang@adelaide.edu.au

andrew.olesnicky@adelaide.edu.au


English for Academic Purposes

larysa.owen@adelaide.edu.au

arunamarie.manuelrayan@adelaide.edu.au

kerryn.schultz@adelaide.edu.au


Critical Thinking

demetrios.bastiras@adelaide.edu.au

liam.dwyer@adelaide.edu.au


Physics

sarah.mcleod@adelaide.edu.au


Biology

nicole.hussey@adelaide.edu.au


Chemistry

samuel.priest@adelaide.edu.au


Australian Studies

leanne.taylor@adelaide.edu.au


Economics

nigel.coombe@adelaide.edu.au


English Language

phillipa.goode@adelaide.edu.au


Computer Information and Systems



this course is designed to improve students exam preparation skills.

DTB is a 15 week course designed to prepare you for the English language requirements that are necessary for the successful completion of first year University.

Chemistry is the best subject

SEMESTER 1:

SEMESTER 2:

Topic 1 - Modelling with Linear Relationships

Linear Relations & Simultaneous Equations

Linear Programming

 

Topic 2 - Modelling with Matrices

Matrices and Applications

Networks and Applications 

 

Topic 3: Statistical Modelling

Bivariate Statistics

Normal Distribution

 

Topic 4: Financial Modelling

Financial Investments

Financial Loans

 

Topic 5: Discrete Theory  

Critical Path analysis

Hungarian Algorithm 

Assignments (4), 15%

Investigation (2), 15%

Tests (4), 40%

Exam (1), 30%

Assignments (4), 15%

Investigation (2), 15%

Tests (4), 40%

Exam (1), 30%


FINAL GRADE: 

\(\frac{Semester 1 + Semester 2}{2}\)



Assessment

Weight

Assignments

   15%

Tests

   40%

Investigation

   15%

Exam

   30%

Final Grade \(=\frac{S1 + S2}{2}\)


Week Beginning

Topic 3 - Calculus Applications

17th Dec

Return exams and Economic Modelling worksheet

24th Dec

Break

Returning in Jan 2019


Semester 1
Topic 1 - Functions 
Topic 2 - Differential Calculus
Topic 3 - Applications of Diff Calc 


Report - 40% Exam, 40% Tests (3),
20% Overview Assessments (3)


Semester 2
Topic 4 - Integral Calculus
Topic 5 - Applications of Int Calc
Topic 6 - Data
Topic 7 - Statistics
Project - Matrices

Final Report - 45% Exams (Sem1 15%+ Sem2 30%), 

40% Tests (7), Project 8%, 

Overview Assessments (7) 7%


EAP  has 3 specific aims:

1) to prepare overseas students to be successful students in an Australian setting

2) to prepare students for studying at university level

3) to familiarise students with the tasks that will be required at university level.


SEMESTER 1:

Topic 1 - Modelling with Linear Relationships

Linear Relations & Simultaneous Equations

Linear Programming


Topic 2 - Modelling with Matrices

Matrices and Applications

Networks and Applications 



Assignments (4), 15%

Investigation (2), 15%

Tests (4), 40%

Exam (1), 30%




SEMESTER 2:

Topic 3: Statistical Modelling

Bivariate Statistics

Normal Distribution


Topic 4: Financial Modelling

Financial Investments

Financial Loans

Topic 5: Discrete Theory  

Critical Path Analaysis

Hugarian Algorithm 


Assignments (4), 15%

Investigation (2), 15%

Tests (4), 40%

Exam (1), 30%


FINAL GRADE: 

\(\frac{Semester 1 + Semester 2}{2}\)




Semester 1
Topic 1 - Introductory Skills
Topic 2 - Trigonometry and Circular Functions
Topic 3 - Introduction to Differential Calculus
Topic 4 - Applications of Differential Calculus

Semester 2
Topic 5 - Introductory Statistics
Topic 6 - Integral Calculus
Topic 7 - Applications of Integration
Topic 8 - Continuous Random Variables and the Normal Distribution
Topic 9 - Sampling and Confidence Intervals

Assessment

  • Tests: 10%
  • Assignments: 7%
  • Investigations: 8%
  • Semester 1 Exam: 15% (Topics 1-4)
  • Semester 2 Exam: 30% (Topics 2-9)



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