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    Ok so I started uni [2nd year] and I saw my timetable and thought ... what the ...

    I have 3 hours on Monday morning, which I suppose I will have to re over notes and stuff later on the day.

    Tuesday same thing but also practicals at in the afternoon - so my tuesday evening is gone.. revising and writing practical reports. Wednesday I start 5 pm and finish 8 am... now what the heck? thats a 3 hour lecture as well! So reading over these lectures will take away Wednesday night.

    Thursday is a day off - but will most likely be spent doing practical write ups etc

    Friday i have 9-4 practical and lectures... So thats the weekend gone...

    and what am I suppose to do if I have lectures 5-8 on Wednesday, what do I do during the day? I'm going to sit around waiting for the lecture to start... silly OCD!
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    My heart bleeds. Get on with it.
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    Chill
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    Boo friggin' Hoo. I only have sundays off, so unless I phone up to explain I'm going to be absent, I can't go home the entire time I'm here. And I'm a sociology student, I'm supposed to be the laziest, dossiest kind of student there is!
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    Your timetable really isnt that bad - you will have loads of free time during the week and the weeked - making notes doesnt take all day at all! and many people dont even do that!
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    (Original post by 4TSR)
    Ok so I started uni [2nd year] and I saw my timetable and thought ... what the ...

    I have 3 hours on Monday morning, which I suppose I will have to re over notes and stuff later on the day.

    Tuesday same thing but also practicals at in the afternoon - so my tuesday evening is gone.. revising and writing practical reports. Wednesday I start 5 pm and finish 8 am... now what the heck? thats a 3 hour lecture as well! So reading over these lectures will take away Wednesday night.

    Thursday is a day off - but will most likely be spent doing practical write ups etc

    Friday i have 9-4 practical and lectures... So thats the weekend gone...

    and what am I suppose to do if I have lectures 5-8 on Wednesday, what do I do during the day? I'm going to sit around waiting for the lecture to start... silly OCD!
    You have free:
    Monday afternoon + evening
    Tuesday evening
    Wednesday day
    Thursday day + evening
    Friday evening
    All of Saturday and Sunday

    and you're moaning that you have no spare time :curious: How much did you do last year???
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    I'm sure you will be able to find some free time. Weekends for starters?
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    I didn't realise you could get lectures at those sort of times ... 5-8
    And I didn't know people had them during weekends tbh
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    Morph into a workaholic.
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    Last year was a bit more than that. But I was first year which was ... easy (and still hardly chilled )

    I worry too much, though. Ah well... here we go again... another year of stress and worry :mad:
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    Damn, son.

    I'm afraid you'll have to drop out.
 
 
 
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