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    (Original post by duracell)
    http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/library/...on/Floorplans/

    That should help you out.

    Printing in the library - (bear in mind that as a fresher you get 50 free credits but after that you must pay for more: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/itsuppor.../printcredits/)

    In a document/picture/PDF/whatever you're printing, go to print as you normally would. You should get a choice of printers: Duplex/Simplex LC1/LC2 (depending on where your computer is situated) as well as the Colour printer (also each sheet printed on the colour printer costs you 5 print credits; on the B&W printers each sheet (whether you print both sides or not) is 1 credit)
    Duplex will print on both sides of the paper automatically, Simplex just on one side. Choose your printer and bob's your uncle!

    I'm not sure how/if you can print from your laptop in the library.. I've never tried to do it.
    heh, we get free printing in the computer science labs
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    (Original post by duracell)
    http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/library/...on/Floorplans/

    That should help you out.

    Printing in the library - (bear in mind that as a fresher you get 50 free credits but after that you must pay for more: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/itsuppor.../printcredits/)

    In a document/picture/PDF/whatever you're printing, go to print as you normally would. You should get a choice of printers: Duplex/Simplex LC1/LC2 (depending on where your computer is situated) as well as the Colour printer (also each sheet printed on the colour printer costs you 5 print credits; on the B&W printers each sheet (whether you print both sides or not) is 1 credit)
    Duplex will print on both sides of the paper automatically, Simplex just on one side. Choose your printer and bob's your uncle!

    I'm not sure how/if you can print from your laptop in the library.. I've never tried to do it.
    Thanks a bunch! Sorry I just realised a quick look about on the library section of the website would probably of found this information :o:

    On another note for the people wondering about silent study areas etc. I just read that level 2 is available for group study (ground floor?) and the rest are silent.
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    Does anyone know when classes recommence after the Christmas break? I need to know for booking train tickets.
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    (Original post by LGF92)
    Does anyone know when classes recommence after the Christmas break? I need to know for booking train tickets.
    After Christmas break, we have revision week (5th January onwards - I think that's when halls open again) then exams (examination period is 11-21st January), then inter-semester break. Teaching itself starts again from the 7th February.

    (it's all here: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/semesterdates/)
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    (Original post by Ecosse_14)
    Thanks a bunch! Sorry I just realised a quick look about on the library section of the website would probably of found this information :o:

    On another note for the people wondering about silent study areas etc. I just read that level 2 is available for group study (ground floor?) and the rest are silent.
    I wouldn't try noisy group study on level 2 if I where you.. it's still the library and personally I would be very annoyed if you started chatting when I was trying to work 'group study' area or not.. go to one of the many university cafes for that/specialist group study areas..
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    I wouldn't try noisy group study on level 2 if I where you.. it's still the library and personally I would be very annoyed if you started chatting when I was trying to work 'group study' area or not.. go to one of the many university cafes for that/specialist group study areas..
    That's kind of ridiculous, if it's a group study area you've got to expect it to be reasonably noisy!
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    (Original post by duracell)
    After Christmas break, we have revision week (5th January onwards - I think that's when halls open again) then exams (examination period is 11-21st January), then inter-semester break. Teaching itself starts again from the 7th February.

    (it's all here: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/semesterdates/)
    Does the revision period involve lectures/tutorials/etcetc?
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    (Original post by Ecosse_14)
    Does the revision period involve lectures/tutorials/etcetc?
    Not as far as I know. It's not compulsory to come back for it anyway, ie halls are open if you want to come back and revise for about a week, but quite a few people didn't come back until about 2 days before exams started.
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    (Original post by duracell)
    Not as far as I know. It's not compulsory to come back for it anyway, ie halls are open if you want to come back and revise for about a week, but quite a few people didn't come back until about 2 days before exams started.
    Thanks, I was just wondering if I had to come back for the 5th but doesn't look like it so that's good
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    Some lecturers will run revision classes but they're not compulsory.
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    I don't know if this is the right place... but do you think it is worth me applying here for english literature? or should i apply somewhere else? i got AAABC in my highers in 5th year, am sitting 2 advanced highers & 2 highers this year. thanks
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    I don't know if this is the right place... but do you think it is worth me applying here for english literature? or should i apply somewhere else? i got AAABC in my highers in 5th year, am sitting 2 advanced highers & 2 highers this year. thanks
    If you want to come here, you might as well apply. I don't know how slim your chances are, but if you want to come here then you should apply
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    I hope this is the right thread..
    I want to apply for the MSc Psychology (conversion course) next year. Now, they're looking for a piece of work from me like from my dissertation. I don't really have anything written for it yet and I probably won't before the end of January (I'm doing primary reasearch so I have to go through the ethics committee and that takes forever) . I'm a bit worried that it might be a bad idea to wait that long with the application. Even though the deadline is May :/ Anyone got advice on that?
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    Does anyone know when and where the bus to Fat Sams leaves from, and is it on every Wednesday? Also, how big is the bus and do you have to book a seat? I think there may be a fair few of us going...
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    Does anyone know when and where the bus to Fat Sams leaves from, and is it on every Wednesday? Also, how big is the bus and do you have to book a seat? I think there may be a fair few of us going...
    I don't know the details but I would go ask in the Raisin as that's where they sell the tickets for it.

    Or if there's enough of you want to go I think you can book a bus just for your group - there used to be something about it on the website.
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    I don't know the details but I would go ask in the Raisin as that's where they sell the tickets for it.

    Or if there's enough of you want to go I think you can book a bus just for your group - there used to be something about it on the website.
    Thanks, we'll all go along to the Raisin tomorrow!
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    Thanks, we'll all go along to the Raisin tomorrow!
    It's from the Raisin.
    Leaves at midnight and leaves Dundee at 3 I think
    Costs £7 for bus and entry into Fat Sams.
    I think it leaves and drops you off from the Raisin.
    As far as I know anyway. Think that's what my friend told me.
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    Heshmoooo,

    I have juuust applied for St Andrews (2 days ago) for Philosophy and Film Studies Joint Honours and I was wondering if anyone on this had any insight into acceptance for these subjects?

    I am a Scottish student and got five As in my highers last year, and am currently studying AH English, Higher Philosophy and Higher Media. I am soo keen for St Andrews; my entire personal statement is focused towards St A's and I don't want to go aanywhere else..


    TELL ME HOW TO GET IN.
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    Have good references/PS. The rest is all just good luck.

    Good luck.
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    Heshmoooo,

    I have juuust applied for St Andrews (2 days ago) for Philosophy and Film Studies Joint Honours and I was wondering if anyone on this had any insight into acceptance for these subjects?

    I am a Scottish student and got five As in my highers last year, and am currently studying AH English, Higher Philosophy and Higher Media. I am soo keen for St Andrews; my entire personal statement is focused towards St A's and I don't want to go aanywhere else..


    TELL ME HOW TO GET IN.
    You have good grades, studying subjects that relate to your subjects which is great and if you had a good PS then you're in for a chance.
    Nothing you can do now except wait for EVER
 
 
 
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