O week is about to begin, I've got the perfect timetable with all classes in the afternoon (shoutout to Andrea (the med chem unit coordinator), she spent so much time communicating to the Allocate+ team on my behalf to remove a clash with the midsem).
I did receive a Feb round offer on the 14th for B. Education/BSc, but I decided not to enrol in it since it would take too long and cost too much compared to finishing my last year of a BSc single and doing the Master's in accelerated mode in another 1.5 years. But the very fact that I passed CASPER means I kept my plans on becoming the leading "street pharmacist" in my neighbourhood while being a high school teacher well hidden
Potentially problematic units: SCI1000 (I heard this unit has really strict marking schemes, although that was probably since it was in the first sem it was ever run), CHM3911 (physical chem = when maths methods/spesh meets chem, totally not pumped for the calculus/linalg we have to do)
In the middle: MTH1020 (I have severe mathematical skill issues, but the cheat sheet allowed on the exam will probably save me just like my cheat sheet single-handedly saved me in biophysics), CHM3941 (inorganic chem is easy enough but it looks like organometallics will return which is the CHM2911 topic I hate the most), CHM3922 (love organic chem
and Breaking Bad but I heard about 3922's difficulty)
Units that will probably be highlights: CHM3930 (med chem, similar to my biomed core units + Andrea is coordinating it which is great according to past students + my own experience when she helped me with timetabling), CHM2942 (biological chem, again a biomed core unit/biochem unit repackaged), CHM2962 (another organic unit repackaged, just with an emphasis on food)