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    Just got my timetable, and I have 23 hours in total. Is this a lot? I read some get only 10 hours a week!
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    11 hours of lectures this week, plus a few extra hours each week for seminars/workshops.

    I'm a 2nd year Accounting and Finance student at Manchester Uni..not much at all.
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    First 2 years - 9/10 hours a week
    Third year - 6!!!
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    im in my third yr, ive got 7
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    Jesus, it seems that I've got double the average so far :s, is that good or bad?
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    (Original post by FTstudies)
    Jesus, it seems that I've got double the average so far :s, is that good or bad?
    What are you studying? Must be something scientific.
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    Really depends on the subject you study.
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    (Original post by TSR King)
    What are you studying? Must be something scientific.
    English Language..
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    I think I have about 18 hours a week.
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    Sociology student at Warwick

    First year: 9 hours a week
    Second Year: 11 hours a week
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    my sisters 2nd year and she does 3 hours a week, I do more each day then her (even on a wednesday).
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    Third year, 6 hours a week. All seminars, no lectures.
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    I'm on 22-23 a week. Including 2 days a week of a language elective.
    All the arts students have so little at Strathy It makes me want to cry.
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    Jeez, didn't realise so many of you have under 10 hours even... that almost seems wrong
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    First year, 12 hours a week for the first 4 weeks, goes up to more in week 5.

    25? Thats quite a lot, guess you're in for very long times every day then?
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    11 hour long lectures and one 3 hour lab each week. Not had seminar times yet. (sorry to tell you this, fran :sadnod:)
    1st year.
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    9 hours of lectures per week in term 1, by the time i get to term 3 it's 5 hours per week!
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    (Original post by Loz17)
    11 hour long lectures
    That's a very long lecture.
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    About 25 hours per week, expected to work for at least 40 though.
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    At the moment, 7, but I haven't signed up for my two outside modules yet, and as one of them will be a lanuage, that'll increase by quite a bit I'd say.
 
 
 
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