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On Tuesday 27 August at 9:15am, the Bishop for the Northern Region, Bishop Jeremy Greaves, will be commissioning our new Chaplain, Susan Crothers-Robertson. The commissioning will take place in Eton Hall at 9:15am and if you would like to attend the commissioning and the morning tea you are very welcome. Please just email Lisa Beeney on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see the attached invitation (PDF 95.3KB).
Behind the construction fences great progress is being made on the new sports precinct. You can view the latest time lapse video here https://www.stmargarets.qld.edu.au/community/giving-to-st-margaret-s/going-for-bold. As with most building developments, you will soon see a large crane on-site as construction progresses. We have been advised that at times when not in use, the crane boom may over sail a school building, but at no time will materials be lifted over those buildings. Movement of materials will all occur on the building site which has been cordoned off. We appreciate your continued patience and understanding as this major project unfolds.
As many of you are aware on the 16th of August, we were named the Boarding School of the Year (joint winners with Wesley College in Perth) for 2019 at the Australian Education Awards. This national award is a wonderful recognition of the efforts made in our Boarding School to cater for the educational, social and emotional needs of 175 students from Years 6 through to 12. Congratulations to Lesa Fowler, our Head of Boarding, and her team of outstanding staff who work with dedication every day to make the Boarding House a harmonious, supportive and happy community. Thank you also to our Boarding parents who, with invaluable support and respect, entrust us with the care of their daughter.
The Ausenco St Margaret’s Engineering Scholarship was awarded for the first time at the end of 2018 to Year 12 student, Olivia Zappala. We are fortunate that Ausenco will again offer this scholarship to a student in Year 12 looking to study Engineering the following year, to be awarded at Speech Night. This is an amazing opportunity for one of our students, and we appreciate the generosity and partnership we have developed with Ausenco.
Ausenco began in Brisbane, Australia in 1991, with a small team of talented engineers offering innovative solutions to the mining industry. Today, they are a global company providing consulting, engineering, project delivery and asset operations, management and optimisation solutions to the minerals and metals, oil and gas and industrial sectors. They are based across 26 offices in 14 countries and many project locations.
This prestigious annual scholarship is valued at $4,000 per annum for the four years of university study and also includes opportunities for paid vacation employment and the potential for a Graduate position at Ausenco.
An information session for students of Physics, Specialist Mathematics, Mathematical Methods, Maths B and C in Years 11 and 12 will be held on Friday 6 September, 9:50-10:25am.
The deadline for applications is 20 September 2019, and the awardee will announced at the Prize Reading Assembly on 28 October and will be presented their scholarship at Speech Night on 12 November.
Last week, the school gathered at St John’s Cathedral for Classics in the Cathedral. The Cathedral, which took over 100 years to complete, was a magnificent back drop in which to listen to the students perform. Recently I came upon a quote by Phylicia Rasha, “Before a child speaks, it sings. Before they write, they paint. As soon as they stand, they dance. Art is the basis of human expression”. During Classics in the Cathedral, we witnessed in quite beautiful ways, the students express themselves through the art of music.
Many hours would have been devoted to rehearsals to produce such beauty. Similarly, it took many years to build a spectacular building like the Cathedral. I had the great privilege of being on staff at the Cathedral when the final stage of the Cathedral was completed, and the new millennium window was unveiled. I stood in awe and wonder as the colours of the window danced around the Cathedral as the sun moved across the sky. I was reminded of the dedicated talent of the people who built such an extraordinary building. A building which is not only used for worship but for concerts like ours.
As the sound of our musicians soared to the heights of the vaulted ceiling, we were once again reminded to take time to thank God that our students are given such an amazing opportunity to perform at the Cathedral. There is something deeply innate about this, for as the music reached the heights of the ceilings it also reached deep down within the soul. There are many references in the bible which speak of making music, particularly to praise God.
O sing to the LORD a new song;
sing to the LORD, all the earth.
Sing to the LORD, bless his name;
tell of his salvation from day to day.
Declare his glory among the nations,
his marvellous works among all the peoples.
For great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised.
We thank and praise God, for the remarkable team of students, staff, families and supporters who worked tirelessly to create Classics in the Cathedral.
Boarding School of the Year
On Friday evening, we attended the Educator Awards and St Margaret’s was announced as a co-winner for Boarding School of the Year. What makes a great Boarding School? It is the work of everyone in our community who contribute to creating a supportive and caring environment for our girls. The staff in the Boarding House provide the best possible care; they go above and beyond to ensure that all girls are happy and feel they are an important part of the community. The role of a Boarding Supervisor is unique and requires understanding and empathy. The staff provide not only outstanding care for the girls, but also offer academic support and instil the values of St Margaret’s.
Winning this award brings to light just how important the whole school community is in making St Margaret’s Boarding an outstanding Boarding House. It starts with the unending support of Ms Curtis, her understanding of the importance of Boarding in our school community and how it enriches the diversity of the school; the Senior Leadership Team who support and work closely with the Boarding community to ensure that Boarding is important in all aspects of decision making; the teachers who support and understand where the girls come from and offer to help in Boarder prep to improve academic outcomes; the facilities and kitchen staff who provide endless support and fabulous meals.
Boarding parents work alongside us to ensure the girls are receiving the best possible care, while the Day parents provide the extra support network. Most importantly, it is the girls who make a great boarding school. Their confidence, independence and ability to live amongst 170 other students in harmony shows their ability to live away from home and thrive in the Boarding environment. Importantly, the leadership of the Year 12 girls is vital to the success of the Boarding House; the Senior boarders are excellent role models for all of the girls. They are what makes our Boarding House so great.
Year 12 QCS Test
Each year, Year 12 students all around Queensland sit a common state-wide test called the Queensland Core Skills (QCS) Test. This year, on Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 September, the Test will be conducted. A student's individual QCS Test result is not used on its own in the calculation of their OP - instead, group results are used as part of the statistical scaling processes. Throughout the last 12 months of our preparation, the girls have been focused on this single goal of doing the best that they can to raise the performance of the group.
The following is a schedule of events for the week of the QCS Test:
Monday 2 September
Tuesday 3 September
Wednesday 4 September
Thank you to all Year 12 parents and Mrs Flanagan for their contributions to lunch and support of the girls through this important time. It will be important that your daughters are well rested for the two days of testing, so please encourage them to have a good sleep the night before. And finally, the girls are able to wear the Senior jersey with their middy on both days of the QCS Test.
Supervised Study Sessions
Supervised Study Sessions will run every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday until 12 September, from 5:00-7:30pm in the Eunice Resource Centre. Please note, if your daughter needs to stay for all or part of this time, she needs to be booked in. Students who have not been booked in to Supervised Study Sessions may not be able to stay. This service is being run to assist students; however, due to the number of girls just ‘turning up’ we are not sufficiently staffed and this is putting pressure on the tutors. Thank you to those parents who are booking their daughters in to the service.
These sessions are supervised by tutors from Durack College and have been a great support to the girls who attend. Bookings for the all sessions for the term can be done through FlexiSchools on the School’s website. While the study session is free of charge, if you would like you daughter to have dinner this can be purchased for $10 at the time of booking the session on Flexischools. Bookings are essential and should be made in advance to ensure a place is available.
“I don’t divide the world into the weak and the strong, or the successes and the failures… I divide the world into the learners and the non-learners”.
Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., is one of the world’s leading researchers in the field of motivation and is the Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology at Stanford University. Her research has focused on why people succeed and how to foster success. Students should now be fully engaged in starting to revise for their tests. It is now that I start to hear from students a myriad of excuses why this is not happening. Often it is their mindset and procrastination which indeed holds them back. Mindsets are beliefs - beliefs about yourself and your most basic qualities. In her work, Dweck has found that people have either a fixed or a growth mindset.
In a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities, like their intelligence or talent are simply fixed traits. They spend their time documenting their intelligence or talent instead of developing them. They also believe that talent alone creates success - without effort. In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work - brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment.
Dweck’s mindset rules:
Mindset Rule 1:
Fixed Mindset - Look smart at all costs
Growth Mindset - Learn at all costs
Mindset Rule 2:
Fixed Mindset - It should come naturally
Growth Mindset - Work hard; effort is the key
Mindset Rule 3:
In the face of setbacks…
Fixed Mindset - Hide mistakes and deficiencies
Growth Mindset - Confront mistakes and deficiencies
Fixed Mindset - “I’d spend less time on that subject from now on”
Growth Mindset - “I would work harder in this class from now on”
All that people have ever thought, done or dreamed lies waiting to be discovered in a book and that is why “reading is our secret power”. Opening a book is like a superhero putting on a cape as reading a book gives the reader the power to meet new people and experiences. The reader can travel to different places, through time, experience new feelings, have empathy for others and be entertained. Reading gives the reader the power to meet many characters, ones the reader likes, dislikes, ones to learn from, sad ones and funny ones. On Monday, many book characters came alive as we celebrated them at the Book Character Parade. The girls rejoiced in books, both new and classical, as they shared their love of them through dressing as a character.
Thank you to the families for creating such amazing costumes and for being an appreciative audience. Thank you to the staff for getting into the spirit of Book Week, especially in our Book Week video. Thank you to Mr Crowe for his directing, filming and editing skills to produce an entertaining video. The staff’s willingness to step outside their comfort zone and be involved in the video reflects the value they place on reading and the joy it gives to the children (both reading and the video). As I described last week, the teachers are committed to providing learning experiences that develop a child’s reading skills, so that a child can learn to read so they may read to learn and, most importantly, learn a love for reading.
Science Week was celebrated in the school last week. The Primary children enjoyed exploring our temporary maker space and many other activities.
Term’s notice of withdrawal
This is just a reminder to parents that if your child is not returning to St Margaret’s in 2020, we require one full school term’s written notice (or one school term’s fees in lieu of notice) when withdrawing a student from the school. Currently, we are working on the 2020 timetable and staffing, and it is important that we have accurate enrolment numbers. In some year levels, we have waiting lists and we need to be able to contact those on the list who are hoping to secure a place at the school. To meet the requirement of a term’s notice, advice can be received up to the last Friday of the September school holidays. Advice may be emailed directly to me or to our admissions via: email@example.com.
The following assessment results and feedback will be available on Parent Lounge after 5:00pm:
Friday 23 August 2019
Year 5 English – Reading
Year 6 English – Reading
Classics in the Cathedral
Congratulations once again to all students and staff who were involved in last week’s Classics in the Cathedral. Here are some photos from the event!
Private Music Students’ Recital
Congratulations to all students who performed in the Private Music Students’ Recital on Wednesday afternoon. There was a wide range of styles performed on a variety of different instruments. All girls should be exceptionally proud of their performances!
Thank you to the Sculthorpe String Quartet: Amira Ryan, Man Kei (Keila) Lei, Emily Pitt and Ella Leavey for providing music as guests arrived at our recent Professional Women’s Networking Breakfast. Thank you also to Amira Ryan, Akari Komoto and Mr Jonny Ng for their special performance of Prelude and Polka by Shostakovich. The musical contribution to the morning’s proceedings was appreciated by all in attendance.
This year, students in our high-level ensembles have been mentoring students in beginner ensembles. At every rehearsal a number of our more advanced musicians will sit in with the girls, helping with parts and at the same time building relationships. Thank you to all those who have been instrumental in implementing the mentoring program. It has been wonderful to see students developing their musical capacity through this initiative.
Music Support Group
The next Music Support Group meeting will be held on Tuesday 27 August at 5:00pm in the Primary Music Room (second floor of Chaseley). Parents from both the Primary and Secondary Schools are welcome to attend.
Head of the River – Supporters Bus
The BSRA Head of the River will be held on Saturday 31 August at Wyaralong Dam from 9:00am to 1:00pm. This is a great opportunity for all students and friends of St Margaret’s to come and support our rowers. A supporters bus will be available for all students not playing in Winter Fixtures departing from St Margaret’s at 7:30am and will return at approximately 2:30pm. Further details about this event is below.
BSRA Head of the River
When: Saturday 31 August
Where: Wyaralong Dam
Supporter’s Bus: Departs Butler Street at 7:30am, arriving at Wyaralong Dam at approximately 9:00am. Returns to St Margaret’s approximately 2:30pm.
All girls wishing to catch the supporters bus must register online via the link supplied on the Secondary Sport POD page.
Our winter sports had a successful weekend of competition against St Hilda’s School on Saturday 17 August. Our Hockey girls had their most successful round winning all games; the Juniors winning 5-0 and the Opens a 6-0 win. Whilst our Netball, Tennis and Volleyballers all recorded a 50% success rate.
This Saturday, all winter fixtures will be travelling to Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School to test our skills. The weekly schedule can be found via the Secondary Sport POD page or downloaded here (PDF 263.6KB).
The St Margaret’s Athletics squad competed in the second QGSSSA warm-up competition on Friday 16 August at the University of Queensland. There were many great performances during the evening including Tshia Nielsen, Tayden Tomich, Ryanne Coe and Gabrielle Geldard who all posted blistering 100m times. The buzz amongst the team is contagious and they are looking forward to continuing to train and compete hard over the coming weeks in preparation for the QGSSSA Championships on Thursday 19 September. Details of the third Super Six Meet can be found via the Athletics POD page.
Water Polo – Come and Try Day
St Margaret’s is inviting all girls new and interested in participating in the 2019/20 Water Polo Season to attend our annual "Come 'n' Try" Day on Sunday 25 August. Details of the day can be found on the attached flyer (PDF 340.1KB).
Registrations for the 2019/20 Water Polo season are now open. If you are yet to register to play for St Margaret’s throughout the 2019/20 season, please visit the Water Polo POD page for information regarding fees, trial dates and the registration link.
Vicki Wilson Netball Cup
Our Vicki Wilson Shield and Cup teams competed in an all-day competition on Thursday 15 August. The Shield team comprised of players from Years 7–9 and performed extremely well, winning 4 games and drawing 2, whilst the Open Cup team narrowly lost their final.
Many thanks to our Netball Support Group who supplied the teams with new representative netball shirts, presented to the girls by Vicki Wilson herself, who has been guiding and observing our girls at training as well as providing mentoring to our coaches.
Last Sunday, three St Margaret’s Art students attended the launch of the Centenarian Art Project. The annual project coincides with Queensland Seniors Week and the young artists must be between 15-19 years old. Our students, Yuezhou (Carol Ding, Cathrine Jensen and Gio Kim have spent time getting to know a centenarian, drawing and photographing them and finally producing a portrait in art media of their choice to contribute to the project.
I am sure you will agree, the portraits produced by our girls are sensitive, beautifully modelled and capture the character of their subjects. The girls appreciated the support of Visual Art teachers, Mrs Lishman and Ms Martens, as well as Mrs Patton and Ms Labinsky at the launch.
Friends of MAYO Long Lunch 2019
Another wonderful afternoon was enjoyed by ninety five guests at our recent Long Lunch, held in the Gallery of the Arts Centre. We were thrilled to welcome our guest speaker, the Honorable Ashley Dawson-Damer AM who spoke about her work on the Board of Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the intrigues of the selection of the winner of the Archibald Prize.
The culmination of work by so many talented people will enable us to raise funds to purchase another significant artwork for St Margaret’s. Our amazing chef, Scott Johnson created an eleven-course feast that reflected the story of Australian food and all the indigenous and immigrant threads which have contributed over time to a rich fusion cuisine. I suspect that Scott loves the challenges of the Long Lunches as his talent certainly shines in this creative format. Sponsorship by some of his suppliers is testament to his good relationships with them, so we’re enormously grateful to Hillman Meat Company, Quality Food Services and Richards Brothers Seafoods. Another generous sponsor was Stone and Wood whose handcrafted beer was much appreciated!
We were thrilled to have an overview of the theme written for us by 1984 senior student, Diana Phipps née Roberts who is Chef de Partie at Aubergine, a Michelin starred restaurant in California: “Modern Australian cuisine does not possess the constraints of traditional fare, where ingredients and methods evolved from one climate, one people. It encompasses a culinary vision born of local and international spices, meats, vegetables and grains; transformed with techniques that dance outside the rules.”
For each Long Lunch we invite one of our local Brisbane Galleries to exhibit works for sale. This year, the stunning selection of works from Fireworks Gallery created such interest resulting in a number of sales. Directors, Michael and Daniza Eather were great company and generously shared insights into the stories of each of the artists.
The Postcard Project returned to the Long Lunch, with works donated by sixty-two artists. The intention of selling these intimate sized, original artworks is really to encourage the habit of collecting art and to promote a lifelong love of art. The diversity of styles and media ensured that there was something for everyone! We extend additional thanks to Katrina Goldsworthy and Marcel Desbiens of Brisbane Painting Classes for the donation of exciting lucky door prizes.
The school year is full of events such as ours that rely on the expertise and efficiency of many departments. We are indebted to Functions and Catering, Facilities, Philanthropy and Stakeholder Engagement, Marketing, School Support, IT and the Art Department. Without exception, each person assisted us with generosity and patience.
To the students, led by Arts Captains Lucy Bartlett and Chloe Bloomfield, who worked so enthusiastically as servers, we thank you most sincerely; we couldn’t do it without you.
Last, but most pivotal to the function, is the Friends of MAYO Committee, whose preparations over six months ensure success! Our grateful thanks are extended, as always, to Sally Quayle, Cath Hudson, Elizabeth Peat, Angela Drysdale, Lisa Smith and Lara Pickering. Sharing this Friends of MAYO journey with such lovely people is a privilege.
Postcard Artists: Sally Anderson, Ari Athans, Penny Bell, Graham Bell, Robert Biscoe, Fred Cehak, Amy Clarke, Deb Cohen, Susie Crooke, Ros Curtis, Hannah Cutts, Carol Ding, Marcel Desbiens, Mary Dickinson, Michael Eather, Kaecee Fitzgerald, Nina Forster, Katrina Goldsworthy, Richard Groves, Charlton Groves, Howard Hall, David Henderson, David Hinchliffe, Catherine Hudson, Petalia Humphreys, Gerald Jones, Gio Kim, Mal Leckie, Via Lim, Jenny Lishman, Rosie Lloyd-Giblett, Donna Marcus, Bethany Moffatt, Deb Mostert, Claudia Mazzotta, Victoria Nikolova, Jenny Nuebecker, Annie O'Dowd, Abbie Ongheen, Purple, Felicity Parker Gutteridge, Marissa Purcell, Graham Radcliffe, Pia Robinson, Kym Rodgers, Carly Scoufos, Tiel Seivl-Keevers, Wayne Singleton, Pam Smiles, Glen Skien, Miranda Skoczek, Lisa Smith, Ian Smith, Andy Wilde, Marion Wilson.
2019 St Margaret’s School Raffle
Have you purchased your tickets for the 2019 St Margaret’s School Raffle? With over $11,000 worth of prizes available, there will be a prize to suit everyone! Below is a selection of the hottest items and experiences:
You can purchase your tickets here.
The St Margaret's Raffle will close at 2:30pm on Saturday 7 September. Draw will take place at 3pm Saturday 7 September 2019 at The Birdcage, Eagle Farm. Winners will be notified in person or by email or telephone.
2019 St Margaret’s Race Day
The 2019 St Margaret’s Race Day tickets are now on sale! This is always one of the most popular events on the P&F calendar so be sure to purchase your tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Date: Saturday 7 September 2019
Time: 11:30am to 5:00pm
Venue: The Birdcage, Eagle Farm Racecourse
RSVP: Friday 23 August (unless SOLD OUT prior)
Dress code: Racewear
Tickets: $180 per person, includes admission to The Birdcage, Eagle Farm Racecourse, canapés, lunch and a 5-hour drinks package. To view the formal invitation, please click here (PDF 519.7KB).
The Birdcage has two separate levels for this event. Regulations at Eagle Farm are such that patrons are not allowed to move between levels. It is therefore very important that you tell us who you would like to be grouped with. When you purchase your tickets on Flexischools you will be asked to nominate other parents, or a year level, so we may allocate you appropriately.
Please note that there is no difference between the levels with respect to the food and drinks on offer, and other facilities.
Professional Women’s Network
Tickets for our final Professional Women’s Network Cocktail Event with guest speaker, Trish Jackson (’79) are now on sale.
Date: Thursday 17 October 2019
Time: 5:30pm start, 7:30pm finish
Venue: McCullough Robertson, Level 11, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Tickets: Corporate groups $800 for 10, $80 adult and $40 students (Years 10-12/tertiary)
Please click here (PDF 427KB) for more information.
Tickets are available via Flexischools. Please click here to purchase your ticket.
We sincerely thank our corporate sponsors for their generous support of the Series.
Supporting Partners: Downer, NAB, Programmed Property Services, Clear Insurance and QBI (Queensland Brain Institute).
Applications for Durack College are now open for 2020. Durack College offers a boutique residential experience, with a personalised focus on educational success. We work hard to create a culture and environment based on academic excellence. The small but vibrant community of female learners is offered a tailored living environment, making the transition to new routines easier and more rewarding. There are only 25 residency places, allowing Durack College to be both a private sanctuary and a busy and exciting community. Discover more
International universities evening
This event is an exhibition with representatives from universities across North America, Asia, Europe and the United Kingdom.
Date: Thursday 29 August 2019
Venue: Brisbane Girls Grammar School, McCrae Grassie Sports Centre, Gregory Terrace
This is a free event; however, please register using the link: Register here
Meet Nagoya University in Brisbane!
Date: Friday 30 August 2019
Time: 4:00pm-5:00pm (16:00-17:00)
Venue: IBC Queen Street (Level 20), 300 Queen Street, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia
*Please use the back set of lifts (high-rise lifts) to come straight up to Level 20
*To attend the session, registration via the following form is appreciated: https://forms.gle/pDXfrnUUxxnTFxca9
Queensland School of Film and Television's (QSFT). YOU ARE INVITED!
Come along to the Queensland School of Film and Television's (QSFT) next OPEN DAY on Saturday 7 September 2019.Your journey starts HERE!
Crimson Education: 'Planning Ahead: Your US and UK Application Timeline'
Below is a link for the Brisbane event to be held on 21 August: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/planning-ahead-your-us-uk-application-timeline-bri-registration-65228810127?discount=PlanningAhead
NIE Medical Interviews Preparation Workshop
BRISBANE (in Taringa) - 31 August 2019, 9:00am-6:00pm limited spots left. An intensive Medical Interviews Preparation Workshop for students who are expecting to receive an interview offer for the Undergraduate Medical School. Other NIE workshops are available enrol today.
Griffith University - Queensland Conservatorium
Application requirements: Domestic applicants
To be considered for admission to the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University for the Trimester 1, 2020 intake you must complete the following steps:
1. Register and pay for your QCGU audition through GriffithPAY by 6 September 2019.
2. Submit your QTAC application between 1 August and 6 September 2019. QTAC application
Find out more or submit your application online at: griffith.edu.au/conservatorium-auditions.
UQ - LEAD Scholarships
Applications for the LEAD Scholarship close on 15 November 2019. Discover more
UQ - The Liveris Academy Undergraduate Scholarship - Discover more
Griffith University – International student scholarship - More information is available here.
QUT Scholarship opportunities
Explore QUT Excellence Scholarships (academic and creative industries), Sport Scholarships and Law Founders’ Scholarships, or check out the full range.
QUT Creative industries course updates
Applications for creative industries courses with auditions or portfolios close at 5pm on Friday 20 September. Discover more online course information.
QUT Meeting assumed knowledge and prerequisites
QUT offers bridging program in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
UQ College is offering University Prerequisite Courses in Mathematics B, Chemistry or Biology. Discover more
QTAC Key Dates – information is available from the Careers page on the POD.
The University of Queensland
The UQ situational judgement test for the Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours). Discover more
UQ International High School Students Showcase for Years 11 and 12 International high school students: Wednesday 2 October, 9:00am-3:30pm, UQ St Lucia campus.
Gardens Point campus: Monday 21 October 2019 (pupil free day). Register here
Year 12 students are invited to participate in our Early Entry Program for admission in 2020.
QTAC Year 12 Tertiary Applications
The Educational Access Scheme (EAS) https://www.qtac.edu.au/applying/educational-access-scheme can help you if you have experienced circumstances that negatively affected your most recent studies. If you are eligible for EAS, you may get OP or rank adjustments that improve your chances of getting an offer. Apply when you complete your QTAC application in August.
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