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I want to do two subjects at university (e.g. I want to do IT with geo). Would it be stressful and intense cuz your studying two subjects in the three year period? Who ever tried studying a degree containing two subjects, please give me advice on it.
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I would imagine you just won't study the subjects in the same depth for this reason some people say its easier as its often the depth that make degrees hard. I guess it just depends on the university.
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I would imagine you just won't study the subjects in the same depth for this reason some people say its easier as its often the depth that make degrees hard. I guess it just depends on the university.
you are talking about a double or joint major degree: in that case you would only do the core courses of both...you may encounter problems such as timetable clashes but you can work around them...if you are focussed and hardworking go for it...
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I would imagine you just won't study the subjects in the same depth for this reason some people say its easier as its often the depth that make degrees hard. I guess it just depends on the university.
yeah it'll probably be like half and half, so less in depth for each but wider spanning. Or you can have those major minor type things.

It gives you a lot more choice if you're interested in a whole range of things though, you'll have lots more options.
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