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Engineering Practice Program: Questions

By HiranN1 May 26, 2013 697 Words
* Question 1
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 | If I am a local student (citizen or permanent resident of Australia) and am doing a single professional engineering degree course (i.e. not a double degree), I can 'opt out' of having to do the Diploma of Engineering Practice if I want to. True of False?Answer | | | | | |

Response Feedback: | That's right!|
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* Question 2
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 | For DipEngPrac students, you must start your first internship prior to completing [a] credit points of subjects. If you exceed this but have not completed more than [b] credit points, you will get a warning email. If you exceed [c] credit points, you will not be allowed to continue studying until you have completed your first internship (i.e. you will be un-enrolled from all subjects). You must not start your second internship until you have completed at least [d] credit points. | | | | | |

Response Feedback: | The correct answers are in section 6 of the Engineering Practice Program Student Guide.|
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 | Match the following requirements from the engineering practice program with the appropriate reason as to why this requirement exists and is enforcedAnswer | | | | | Question|
Students must complete their first internship before accumulating 87cp of subjects| Students must not commence their second internship before accumulating 129cp| Students must complete the "preview" subject before doing their internship| Students must complete the "review" subject after doing their internship| Students must complete EPR1 before commencing EPP2|

All local students doing professional engineering courses at UTS must complete the DipEngPrac|
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Response Feedback: | This is an important question. Read the Engineering Practice Program Student Guide again to find the correct answers.|
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 | I am working full-time and studying part time in a course which includes the Diploma in Engineering Practice. Which of the following statements is CORRECT regarding my circumstances (assuming that you don't have enough prior work experience to be eligible for the REP1 exemption process).Answer | | | | | |

Response Feedback: | The answer is on page 3 of the Engineering Practice Program Student Guide|
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* Question 5
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 | Which of the following concurrent enrolment options are allowed in the 48 week structured engineering practice program?Answer | | | | | |
Response Feedback: | The correct answer is on page 3 of the Engineering Practice Program Student Guide.|
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* Question 6
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 | Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding exemptions from the structured 48 week engineering practice program? (check all FALSE statements).Answer | | | | | |  |
Response Feedback: | The correct answers are on the top of page 4 and also in section 5.7 of the Engineering Practice Program Student Guide.|
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* Question 7
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 | For students who must complete the Diploma in Engineering Practice, place the following subjects in their correct order in which they must be completed.Answer | | | | | |
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Response Feedback: | The correct answer is in Figure 1 on page 3 of the Engineering Practice Program Student Guide.|
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* Question 8
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 | As a results of completing the DipEngPrac, students will have met [a] of the Engineers Australia stage [b] competencies. The subject capstone project assesses [c] of the stage [d] competencies from Engineers Australia.| | | | | |

Response Feedback: | The answers to this question are on page 4 of the Engineering Practice Program Student Guide.|
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* Question 9
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 | Put the following items in their correct order. They are the steps that need to be completed in order to pass either of the "engineering experience" subjects for DipEngPrac students.Answer | | | | | |

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Response Feedback: | The correct answers are in section 5.2 and 5.5 of the Engineering Practice Program Student Guide.|
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* Question 10
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 | Match the following UTS:Engineering courses with the correct engineering practice requirements for each courseAnswer | | | | | Question|
C10061 Bachelor of Engineering Diploma of Engineering Practice (5 years)| C10067 Bachelor of Engineering (international students only) (4 years)| C10066 Bachelor of Engineering Science (3 years)|

C10068 Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Business Diploma in Engineering Practice| C10065 Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Business|
C10136 Bachelor of Engineering Science Bachelor of Laws|
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Response Feedback: | Correct - Well done!|
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