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    2014/5 entry student check thislink out for info of events at Hull Uni http://hullstudent.com/events
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    I live nearby just the other side of the bridge and I'm going to study history. I'm really nervous so I really wanted to get in touch with people in my position
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    (Original post by tinyRaeesa)
    Yes it is the Selby route, says to take a bus from there which is going to be oh so much fun tomorrow.
    Not to be nosey or anything but I was just wondering what you're studying? and how you're finding hull uni and city?

    Depending where you are travelling from, look up for the Doncaster to Hull or Sheffield to Hull connection via Goole, which bypasses the Selby roadworks as it is on another line.

    For anyone travelling by coach / National Express, there is an express bus from Leeds Coach Station to Hull, line X62 operated by West Yorks transport.
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    (Original post by xtjh95x)
    I am!!
    Yay, finally found someone!! Kept thinking I'd be the only person sat in lectures haha
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    (Original post by an14)
    I'm from Doncaster, wanting to study Psychology


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    I'm from Doncaster! Studying Economics though haha
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    Is anyone studying history/ in love with ice hockey/ planning on playing netball or like cocktails? Cause if so we should be friends....


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    (Original post by tinyRaeesa)
    Is anyone doing chemistry at hull in September? Its my beat clearing choice and I was just trying to find someone who does/is doing it currently. Not found anyone on tsr so far. Any help would be highly appreciated
    Did you go for the choice in the end?
    If so I am a current Hull chemistry student about to start 2nd year who can answer any questions...
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    (Original post by Flower4Power)
    Depending where you are travelling from, look up for the Doncaster to Hull or Sheffield to Hull connection via Goole, which bypasses the Selby roadworks as it is on another line.

    For anyone travelling by coach / National Express, there is an express bus from Leeds Coach Station to Hull, line X62 operated by West Yorks transport.
    Ahh okay, I'm coming from the north west (Blackburn) so I wouldn't really be going down to Sheffield or Doncaster as this would take longer and a few more train changes. Guess I'm sticking with the bus!
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    (Original post by Alotties)
    Did you go for the choice in the end?
    If so I am a current Hull chemistry student about to start 2nd year who can answer any questions...
    Hi, I'm going to have a look around tomorrow before officially deciding. I'm trying to convince my college to allow me to take a year out and resit but I don't think they will be doing :/
    So hopefully I will like in when I visit.
    I do have a few questions for a chemistry student if you don't mind answering them,
    What's chemistry at hull like? teaching staff, what are they like, helpful?
    Is there a fair bit of inorganic chemistry on the course as this is what I would like to specialise in?
    whats hull like in general?

    Thank you, sorry for the question firing line I could really do with the help
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    (Original post by JazFletcher)
    Is anyone studying history/ in love with ice hockey/ planning on playing netball or like cocktails? Cause if so we should be friends....


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    I'm studying psychology not a major fan of ice hockey or netball, I ski/snowboard if that helps but LOVE cocktails haha.. So hi!


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    (Original post by tinyRaeesa)
    Hi, I'm going to have a look around tomorrow before officially deciding. I'm trying to convince my college to allow me to take a year out and resit but I don't think they will be doing :/
    So hopefully I will like in when I visit.
    I do have a few questions for a chemistry student if you don't mind answering them,
    What's chemistry at hull like? teaching staff, what are they like, helpful?
    Is there a fair bit of inorganic chemistry on the course as this is what I would like to specialise in?
    whats hull like in general?

    Thank you, sorry for the question firing line I could really do with the help
    I absolutely love studying chem at hull!! The staff are so nice and one of the lectures is the co-writer of our Inorganic Chemistry textbook which is used by most university students. They're very helpful and run many workshops near exams to help with any questions and they don't mind you visiting them in their offices with your questions.
    There is an element of inorganic chem in every module. In the 2nd semester 50% of a module is all inorganic (it's what I want to specialise in too).
    Hull in general is actually really nice, I have no idea where it gets such a bad rep from as I loved my first year there. It has many clubs, lots of shops and quite a lot of things to do there I can't wait to go back, 35 days until I move back~
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    (Original post by Alotties)
    I absolutely love studying chem at hull!! The staff are so nice and one of the lectures is the co-writer of our Inorganic Chemistry textbook which is used by most university students. They're very helpful and run many workshops near exams to help with any questions and they don't mind you visiting them in their offices with your questions.
    There is an element of inorganic chem in every module. In the 2nd semester 50% of a module is all inorganic (it's what I want to specialise in too).
    Hull in general is actually really nice, I have no idea where it gets such a bad rep from as I loved my first year there. It has many clubs, lots of shops and quite a lot of things to do there I can't wait to go back, 35 days until I move back~
    Thank you so much for the reply, I'm so worried about ending up at a place I'm going to hate, but you have seriously given me some confidence in hull. Fingers crossed all goes well tomorrow. Also do they have like small group tutoring, and things like that along with mentoring from post grad students or masters student. I feel like that might be useful

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    (Original post by tinyRaeesa)
    Thank you so much for the reply, I'm so worried about ending up at a place I'm going to hate, but you have seriously given me some confidence in hull. Fingers crossed all goes well tomorrow. Also do they have like small group tutoring, and things like that along with mentoring from post grad students or masters student. I feel like that might be useful

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    We had revision sessions lead by post grad students who were doing some sort of project and we have workshops every friday which are split into groups of about 20 (compared to a lecture of 150 people) where we do some questions based on what we have learnt so far and there are lecturers and phd students there to help you with those.
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    (Original post by JazFletcher)
    Is anyone studying history/ in love with ice hockey/ planning on playing netball or like cocktails? Cause if so we should be friends....


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    The Hull Ice Hogs are fab! I only started going to games in feb last year and wish I'd gone all year!
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    (Original post by gracecooke55)
    The Hull Ice Hogs are fab! I only started going to games in feb last year and wish I'd gone all year!
    I am so excited to go and see them! Its just finding people to go with I don't know many people who like ice hockey


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    (Original post by chloescottt)
    Yay, finally found someone!! Kept thinking I'd be the only person sat in lectures haha
    I know!! You're still the only person I've found so far... hey at least there will be two of us
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    (Original post by JazFletcher)
    I am so excited to go and see them! Its just finding people to go with I don't know many people who like ice hockey


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    I had never seen it before uni! There's a game on in freshers so hopefully someone you live with or on your course will be going!
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    (Original post by gracecooke55)
    I had never seen it before uni! There's a game on in freshers so hopefully someone you live with or on your course will be going!
    I hope so otherwise i'll have to go alone and see if i can get talking to people there...


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    Hey every one I'm also gonna start uni this year but i'm trying to not rush into things and think carefully bout my choices. I have chemical engineering offer from hull (which I haven't replied yet) but I don't know much about how good the engineering course in hull is or the graduate prospects. I tried researching about it and just found out the chemical engineering is a pretty new course in hull. If possible can any engineering student give me advice. Also cuz I live in london it makes it a bit difficult to pick hull.
    (I do have a biochemistry course offer at from kent which is good uni but I personally would like to pick chemical engineering, I just dont know if I should pick hull.)
    Any comment is appreciated. Thank you
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    (Original post by xtjh95x)
    I know!! You're still the only person I've found so far... hey at least there will be two of us
    Be a pretty good course with 2 of us haha, but the pressure will be on! :L Just have to see who's there on the first day! Are you in halls?
 
 
 
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