"With the Beauties it's just a world that I don't understand. The rules are completely different. I can't put any rationalisation onto it.
He reads text books for fun, likes to fantasise about what to do in the case of a zombie apocalypse and is studying to one day build the Terminator. But what Chard is really looking forward to learning is how to turn friends into girlfriends.
"I need help breaking the friend zone. I have a number of female friends, some of which are really close, but have never really been able to get anywhere past that," he admits.
Studying Mechanical Engineering and Masters in Biomedical Engineering, his dream is to make bionic limbs.
"I would not like to lose a limb. I think that is part of why I'm doing the bio med. It would be terrifying."
The son of two doctors has always been surrounded by intellectual conversation growing up. While he has moved from Newcastle to Sydney to attend university, he still maintains a good relationship with his brothers through online gaming.
"On Saturday nights I normally stay in and play video games. My brothers also play similar games so we end up talking a fair bit online. So I generally play with them or watch movies with my housemates."
While he says he can be social, he prefers "smaller groups of people that I know well, rather than large groups of people I don't know".
He also has an appreciation of heavy metal music, which inspired his lovely long locks back as a teenager.
"I started growing my hair at 14 and the beard at 18. So to see myself without both would be interesting. I mean I'm a bit apprehensive but also quite keen."
His greatest hope from this experience is for the Beauties to really see who the Geeks are.
"I hope they can see us for what makes us geeky and then see that it's actually kind of cool," he says.