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    damn, lecture > 2 hours of nothing > lecture > 2 hours of nothing > lecture
    i don't even like lecture to begin with (i'm a seminar fan) and now i have to fill the void of 2 hours (times 2) doing who knows what should I do. it's too short for going back home and too long for just sitting around with friends (if they are even free..).

    guys, any suggestion what should I do in the mean time? I just hope there is no attendance, so I can skip 2 of those (like I used to do a lot of times during my 1st year)
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    Just go to the library and chill lol
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    Do some work, wander round the shops, chill with your other course mates.
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    Just go to the library and chill lol
    library? yuck!
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    (Original post by beruangmacan)
    library? yuck!
    Is there anyone who lives in halls who you know would let you go there to like chill for a bit ; that timetable would drive me mad like it's so stupid how it's grouped up ; I would be tempted to skip one of them like the last
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    i can choose which time to attend seminar, but this lecture schedule is not change-able and i'm ****ed for 1 whole semester because of this. the only way I can fix this is to change 1 course. what **** me up even more is that the most minor lecture (macro-econ) is in the middle. the earliest and the latest are the more important one so i can't skip that lol. or i can just skip the middle lecture to go home for 5 hours. yeah, maybe I will just do that. maaaan this schedule is one of the reason students start skipping classes!

    please pray for me that macroeconomics lecturer is the usual parrot-type lecturer who read 100% what power point slides say, so I can just skip it and read the lecture at home just fine
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    Just spend that time doing coursework/ seminar problems/ any other homework-type stuff, or bring along your laptop/ tablet to watch Netflix/ play games...
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    (Original post by beruangmacan)
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    damn, lecture > 2 hours of nothing > lecture > 2 hours of nothing > lecture
    i don't even like lecture to begin with (i'm a seminar fan) and now i have to fill the void of 2 hours (times 2) doing who knows what should I do. it's too short for going back home and too long for just sitting around with friends (if they are even free..).

    guys, any suggestion what should I do in the mean time? I just hope there is no attendance, so I can skip 2 of those (like I used to do a lot of times during my 1st year)
    OMG I feel sorry for you. If I had that type of timetable I would just go back to my accommodation during the 2 hr breaks (as I only live 5 mins from uni).
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    Well for me high school was kind of like that. Usually, I would complete my homework, especially in the morning, like right after the fist class, as I had the most energy for it.
    Otherwise, I would play games on a computer, look at videos, relax, eat a meal. Etc.


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    Had this type of timetable regularly, often 3 hours, one semester it was 5 hours and I lived too far away to go back and forth so had to remain at the uni. Study or labs, or take some handheld game console (3DS, Vita) with you.
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    -Do work
    -Chill with mates
    -Chill in Piccadilly
    -Go back to accommodation?
 
 
 
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