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    i reckon il get a 2:2, cant seem to get info to sink in
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    First, im asian its in my blood
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    I'm sure you can do better than a Desmond...
    id like to think i can, thankfully first year dont count
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    It does though. If you don't understand or try to understand your first year content, you'll have a hell of a time trying to pick that up in your following years.
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    It does though. If you don't understand or try to understand your first year content, you'll have a hell of a time trying to pick that up in your following years.
    no no, i mean towards classification
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    I am planning on a first. I will be disappointed with anything less.
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    A first I'd hope.
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    no no, i mean towards classification
    Missing my point. If you can't keep up with 1st year work, 2nd and onwards will be tougher, leading to a lower classification in the end anyways. It may not directly affect your classification, but it can have an indirect effect. That's why I'm happy my course's 1st year counted - it gave me the extra motivation to work, and also lab partners as I didn't need a lazy student bringing down my grade.
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    I am planning on a first. I will be disappointed with anything less.
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    A first I'd hope.
    id love a first but its laughable for me really

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    Missing my point. If you can't keep up with 1st year work, 2nd and onwards will be tougher, leading to a lower classification in the end anyways. It may not directly affect your classification, but it can have an indirect effect. That's why I'm happy my course's 1st year counted - it gave me the extra motivation to work, and also lab partners as I didn't need a lazy student bringing down my grade.
    of course i can keep up with it. if i couldnt id have dropped out.
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    If you're just in first year, I wouldn't let a difficult first few weeks set the tone for the rest of your studies.

    It's a change in style and pace of learning. Work hard and you'll be fine. Reach out for support if you're struggling.
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    (Original post by Kvothe the Arcane)
    If you're just in first year, I wouldn't let a difficult first few weeks set the tone for the rest of your studies.

    It's a change in style and pace of learning. Work hard and you'll be fine. Reach out for support if you're struggling.
    hi, im in second year now so its ok got a decent grade for my first module of my 2nd year
 
 
 
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