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if im thinking right when i went to cmu they said they had campuses overseas?
mechatronics is computer science, mechanics and electronics isn't it?pretty much the three things that make up robotics?
do you need tertiary entrance rank to get in to university in canada other places and not just australia, and if not do they call it somthing else.
The assessment mark is that obtained from the internal school examinations a student sits over the last term of year 11 and the three terms of year 12. The school marks are sent to the UAC from the Board of Studies, and from these students are ranked from first to last. The student ranked first is then assigned a moderated assessment mark equal to the highest examination mark scored by that group of students, regardless of who scored it, and similarly the student ranked last will receive the lowest examination mark. The rest of the students have their assessment marks moderated between these two values, with the proportional difference between the marks remaining the same (for instance, the gap of 10 between two marks spread over a range of 20% will be halved if the range is halved to 10%).
So is it kinda like the SAT/ACT here in the US, or is it more like a grade point average?
College Board claims that the SAT can determine whether or not a person is ready for college. The current SAT Reasoning Test takes three hours and forty-five minutes and costs $45 ($71 International), excluding late fees.
mechatronics is computer science, mechanics and electronics isn't it?
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