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    It's not my main degree but just one of the courses we had to choose, I admit I didn't know much about the courses beore I picked them and had no real information (possible mistake) so I literally just chose on what sounded appealing / interesting enough to me

    So I'm in this politics lecture on conflict, resolution or something or other read over the course outline, see all the assessments and everything and just think to myself "Ok, I'm bored out of my mind, why am I here? I really don't want to be doing this", I did feel like just walking out but I'd rather just change the course than get forcibly removed from it by the Uni

    Anyway it seemed interesting at first but it really isn't, some of the discussion points are vaguely interesting but I can't see myself enjoying it, so should I just change ASAP or give it another week and then decide? I've been told changing after the first lecturei s a bit rash
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    One of the modules?

    I changed a module in my second year after only one or two lectures, but I had slightly different reasons. It may be possible for you to attend a different module alongside that one before you make your decision?

    Speak to your personal tutor
 
 
 
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