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    (Original post by SureShotUK)
    I know that the average university schedule is different for most people on different courses, but i'd like an insight as to how many days a week i'll have to attend once i start uni in a years time. Please could you state which course(s) you're taking too, and possibly how many hours a day you're usually required to spend at uni.

    Thanks.
    My course is Information Technology...i have classes Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.

    Monday I spend 3 hours there but the other days I'm not sure because I started today.
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    I'm doing English and Creative Writing, and I have to be in an hour on Monday, three hours on Tuesday, three hours on Thursday and two hours on Friday. I currently get Wednesday off, but the timetables and seminar groups have been changing a bit lately, so it's all subject to change.
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    I have Mondays off, in the rest of the week. 18-20 hours per week most weeks except for placement...obviously.
    Primary Education (second year), Worcester.
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    I don't have my timetable yet, but they said on the open day/interview to expect to be there Monday-Friday.
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    Tuesday - Friday - Maths & Stats
 
 
 
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