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    Hello,I am currently half way through my second year and I am thinking of my final year next year.I am studying a sports course and would like to know what the typical timetable is for a 3rd year / final year. Whether you are timetabled in a lot or not? And time to do your dissertation. Does it depend on course and university? Could anyone please help me or give me a little more information!Thanks
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    (Original post by RichardR21)
    Hello,I am currently half way through my second year and I am thinking of my final year next year.I am studying a sports course and would like to know what the typical timetable is for a 3rd year / final year. Whether you are timetabled in a lot or not? And time to do your dissertation. Does it depend on course and university? Could anyone please help me or give me a little more information!Thanks
    Can you access your current timetable online? Is there an option on there to search for the third year timetable?
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    (Original post by RichardR21)
    Hello,I am currently half way through my second year and I am thinking of my final year next year.I am studying a sports course and would like to know what the typical timetable is for a 3rd year / final year. Whether you are timetabled in a lot or not? And time to do your dissertation. Does it depend on course and university? Could anyone please help me or give me a little more information!Thanks
    Basically, there is no typical timetable. Each uni can arrange courses as they want - the same course can be run very differently at different unis.

    Generally, your dissertation will replace one or two taught modules but it depends how it's weighted and how your course is organised. Your best bet is to ask some current third years where you are (although timetables can change - sometimes radically - between years).

    As an example, I had six taught modules in my second year, and four taught modules + dissertation (double weighted) in the third year.
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    (Original post by Klix88)
    Basically, there is no typical timetable. Each uni can arrange courses as they want - the same course can be run very differently at different unis.

    Generally, your dissertation will replace one or two taught modules but it depends how it's weighted and how your course is organised. Your best bet is to ask some current third years where you are (although timetables can change - sometimes radically - between years).

    As an example, I had six taught modules in my second year, and four taught modules + dissertation (double weighted) in the third year.
    Brilliant !

    Thank you for your help !
 
 
 
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