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Hey everyone!

I am going to college in September and am studying (or am hoping to) Biology, Chemistry, English Literature, Law and Geology! I was just wondering how much spare time do you think i will have for extra curricular activites a night with that workload, bearing in mind that i definatley want to put my studies first! Also, what extra curriculars do you lot do whilst your at college? Thanks in advance for posting!

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(Original post by sparkly_tiara)
Hey everyone!

I am going to college in September and am studying (or am hoping to) Biology, Chemistry, English Literature, Law and Geology! I was just wondering how much spare time do you think i will have for extra curricular activites a night with that workload, bearing in mind that i definatley want to put my studies first! Also, what extra curriculars do you lot do whilst your at college? Thanks in advance for posting!

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You will have some work to do at home, but not enough to interfer with your social life. Still have enough till for part-time work, no more that 16 hours a week though. And the workload shouldn't affect your weekends either. Hour or two a night worth or course work max.
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It depends on the course, my course manual says 12 hours per week per module which equates to 12*6 72 hours a week which is overkill. I would say you need to probably spend at least 40 hours a week studying (including lectures) though. Certain subjects command higher workload than others.
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It depends on the course, my course manual says 12 hours per week per module which equates to 12*6 72 hours a week which is overkill. I would say you need to probably spend at least 40 hours a week studying (including lectures) though. Certain subjects command higher workload than others.
But the subjects mentioned above were for A levels, not degree level work...
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But the subjects mentioned above were for A levels, not degree level work...
Sorry I miss read that, I thought she said University.
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Thanks anyway AT! have you got any idea though about AS levels or what you did whilst you did them? Thanks

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