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    How many days off would I have a week at king’s,1 or 2?

    When you have a day off,does it mean that you don’t have any kind of lesson only in the afternoon or for the whole day?
    Because in the timetable of a particular course,you have for example mon 9am-6pm,tue 9am-6pm,wed 9am-12pm,thu 9am-6pm,fri 9am-6pm..so does it mean that when you have a day off,on one or 2 of those days you just don’t go to lectures,and lectures are cancelled?
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    Yes a day off suggests that you have no lectures at all. The 9am-6pm range is just the earliest start to the latest finish possible.

    The timetable depends entirely on the subject of course. In general though, wednesday afternoons are free since this time is intended for sports. Don't necessarily expect any full days off though, its possible but not guaranteed.
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    Completely depends on the course... Historians for example have two days off a week (most of the time) in their first year, because of all the reading and writing they have to do. Most of the Humanities have one or two days off, really... Scientists tend to have way more lectures.
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    Depends what subject you're planning to study tbh.
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    what abt business?
    know they only offer a single coursee...but is it intense as such?
 
 
 
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