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    Hi!

    Potential UCL master student here asking current masters students at UCL what it's like to study there. Is it overbearingly hard? Do you get all the help you need when you ask for it? Because of the University's status, it is extremely difficult to get in? Thanks! (P.S. I am looking into Neuroscience courses, so a fellow neuroscientist on the master course would be a big help answering me questions! But anyone willing to help me, I much appreciate it!).
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    I've just accepted an offer for straight neuroscience at UCL for 2017, and i'm wondering the same thing?
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    I found my Public Policy Msc incredibly easy, if that's anything..
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    I got into a humanities MA at UCL with a 2.2, but entry requirements vary according to the course and the department it's in.

    The marking was fairly generous compared to the redbrick university I did my BA at, however the class size was smaller and the teaching better. But then again, that redbrick had a reputation for harsh marking. So to answer your question, no, it wasn't overbearingly hard, at least in the humanities.
 
 
 
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