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    Booohoo, man up and do some ******* work
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    Some days I only have one lecture at 4pm.. I actually wish I had early mornings because I'd rather it all be over with at the beginning of the day so I have the rest of the day to do work and stuff.
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    (Original post by Azmo)
    I study Chemistry, so I expected my timetable to have a lot of contact time, but what I didn't expect was a 9am or 10am start every day. On a lot of days I only have 2 lectures but one is always very early! The obvious solution to this problem would be simply to doss a few lectures, but that becomes difficult thanks to the university's sigh in system.

    I know there's more to uni than just going out and getting trashed, but at the moment I'm worried about being able to get out much at all :| I don't know what to do.

    I'm actually considering changing subject to either biology or biochemisty, and not just because of this time tabling issue; I enjoyed biology much more at A level.

    Any advice would be appreciated!
    The life of a chemistry undergrad isn't easy; 4 hour lab sessions ( i love it!)

    you should have known what your sigining up for.
 
 
 
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