Before timetables are released, you can request your preferences in Sydney Timetable, except for 'read-only' units and units with only one class option. You need to be enrolled in units to be able to enter preferences.
Preferencing is optional; you’ll still be allocated to classes if you skip this step.
Your preferences can’t be guaranteed but will be taken into account when assigning you to classes for your activities (for example lectures or tutorials). All preferences entered at any point during the preferencing period will be treated equally.
For tips and guidance on how to enter preferences, watch our video.
Unfortunately, not all students get their first preference. For example, it might cause a clash, or your first choice might be a popular class that many students selected.
Log in to Sydney Timetable and follow the instructions below to enter your preferences. Remember, you can only enter preferences during the preference period.
If you decide to enter preferences, you'll need to complete this before the date preferences close.
If you don’t enter preferences, or you change your enrolled units, don't worry. You'll still be allocated to classes. You'll be able to review and adjust your classes once you've received your timetable.