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    I've read that on some courses the students build good relationships with each other because they have to work together often and I was wondering what the case is with economics.
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    It depends, if you want to work with other people you'll work in groups more than someone who prefers to work alone. You should have a group presentation in the first term so you'll obviously have to work with people then and by Christmas exams you should have made friends on your course and will likely do some revision with them if you think it'll help.
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    (Original post by Jack652)
    I've read that on some courses the students build good relationships with each other because they have to work together often and I was wondering what the case is with economics.
    As above said, in the first semester you have a group presentation in your seminar groups. In our seminars last year, we got on really well with the people in our groups, and we had a group chat on fb and helped each other out on seminar work if we needed it, and stuff like that... Make as many friends as you can, and then when it comes to revision etc, you've got no worries about having revision sessions etc...!
 
 
 
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