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    Hi I should hopefully be starting in September and was wondering whether an existing first year could give me an example Timetabl; times for lectures, tutorials etc?
    Thanks.
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    (Original post by robcalcroft)
    Hi I should hopefully be starting in September and was wondering whether an existing first year could give me an example Timetabl; times for lectures, tutorials etc?
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    It really depends on your course so it's not going be the same for everyone.

    All I can say is you're extremely likely to have wednesday off.
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    Ok cool thanks, what time are the first and last lectures etc
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    9am are the earliest lectures and I think 6pm might be the last lecture start.
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    Remember though Parasitic, the whole structure of the Uni is changing for next year
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    (Original post by jakemittle)
    Remember though Parasitic, the whole structure of the Uni is changing for next year
    Yeah but that shouldn't change the times the lectures start

    All units will be year long, no more semesters therefore no more exams during January which is great. I wonder how it will affect some of the smaller units for first years so. I guess some will be stretched out, others will remain the same just with deadlines pushed back...

    I heard some lecturers might do workshops once every other week, so in theory unit won't change. I guess it could mean fairly empty timetables
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    Will there be enough days to get a part-time job in? (Thursday, Friday and Saturday?)

    Just that I want to get in as much money as possible to live on when im in the accommodation and able to buy reasonable snacks and dinners if i'm put in self-catered, as right now I have no job so i'm not earning anything.

    A little off-topic here, but do creative courses get exams? I did just notice you mentioning no more exams in January.
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    (Original post by parasitic)
    It really depends on your course so it's not going be the same for everyone.

    All I can say is you're extremely likely to have wednesday off.
    Y is it so likely to have Wednesday off ????
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    I only had wednesday off 1 semester out of 4 including lectures in the afternoon.

    Because it's supposed to be for sports (the afternoon).
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    My timetable (psychology) was consistently quite bare, never had a wednesday lecture and always had at least one other whole day off per week , plus soo much time before or after lectures you could defo fit part-time hours round your timetable. I have had friends doing alot more uni hous but nothing too strenuous.

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