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    hey. i was wondering if optometry is a difficult course to complete? is it tough and is there a lot of work to complete? thanks
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    (Original post by louiza-8)
    hey. i was wondering if optometry is a difficult course to complete? is it tough and is there a lot of work to complete? thanks
    All degrees are arguably tough with a high workload. It's a level up from your previous study so will be harder. Whether you will find it difficult is impossible to predict.
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    All degrees are arguably tough with a high workload. It's a level up from your previous study so will be harder. Whether you will find it difficult is impossible to predict.
    Yeah however i wanted to know the amount of work compared to other courses if its more?
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    (Original post by louiza-8)
    Yeah however i wanted to know the amount of work compared to other courses if its more?
    That's not really a question anyone could answer. Compared to say, a nursing course, where students work full time for 50% of their degree it is less 'work', but a completely different course structure. There are no 'easy' degrees, or degrees with hardly any work compared to others. You will be assessed in a variety of ways, and the workload should be manageable but, of course, degree level study is not meant to be a walk in the park.
 
 
 
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