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David Vo (auscompgeek)
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So how is NCSS 2017 shaping up?

(also wow this community is like a ghost town)

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ALL THE VIDEOS

No, seriously, all the videos. All of them.

N C S S 2 0 1 5 H Y P E

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[If you read this year's NCSS Challenge forums, you may skip this post. Dunno how frequented this community is anyway.]

Hey everyone!

This year, a series of four weekly workshops at UNSW to help students prepare for the AIO. These sessions will get your used to the type of questions and teach you ways to think about the problems. They're free of charge. Oh, and did I mention there's free pizza?

Where: UNSW K17 (the computer science building)
Dates: Wednesday 13th, 20th, 27th August and 3rd September
Time: 4:30pm to 7:30pm

Interested? Sign up here: http://goo.gl/sxCvDh

Can't attend, but don't want to miss out? Email info@nuiz.org and Robert (the guy running these sessions) will send you some of the training material as the weeks go by.

Good luck, and have fun!

Hey guys, I've been reconsidering whether I should continue doing ext 2 maths lately... I haven't done as well as I wanted in most of my assessment tasks.

However, others have suggested that I should keep doing ext 2 and study a bit harder, since I'd be doing first year maths at uni anyway.

Thoughts?

So, er, anyway. DP asked me to post this over here.

Poppy Wilson:
"Hi everyone, Thanks for inviting people that attended NCSS, please continue if you know anyone else.
Meanwhile, please can I ask that you email me your full name, most used email address, current mobile number, city and state. as well as the year(s) you attended NCSS.
my email is: poppy.wilson@sydney.edu.au
Thank you
(the above information is just so we can contact you about the upcoming reunion we hope will be happening in January)"

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because I'm happy...

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Group 5 builds the tallest tower (by James' thumb)!
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