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How many hours for credit Biomed module

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    I've often come across this general rule that* 10 Credit Uni Module =100 hours work

    *But for example if, you only needed a pass of 40%, about how many hours would you be in for a 10 credit undergraduate module, I'm guessing about 60 hours?*

    Err this really isn't the way to go about uni level study. Do your best and work out your own style of studying. Studying a certain number of hours doesn't mean or guarantee anything.
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