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    (Original post by Jpurds)
    Hi guys I hope yesterday went well for everyone. I'm going into my second year of physio at George's and was wondering whether anyone had any questions. George's is notorious for being very disorganised/unclear when it comes to giving out information so if you want to know anything please do ask! See you in September
    Hi,
    Thanks for your post. My conditional offer for physiotherapy just changed to unconditional on UCAS, but I had no email or post from Admissions. Do you know when we are likely to hear from them and when enrolment starts etc. What is the first semester like? Are the lectures pretty full on right from the start?
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    Hi,
    Thanks for your post. My conditional offer for physiotherapy just changed to unconditional on UCAS, but I had no email or post from Admissions. Do you know when we are likely to hear from them and when enrolment starts etc. What is the first semester like? Are the lectures pretty full on right from the start?
    Hi I remember last year not receiving any info from the admissions so I think I emailed them sometime this week after clearing etc had calmed down. You're enrolled during freshers fortnight and will need to take all your exam certificates etc again. Freshers is mostly intro lectures but after that the first term is pretty busy. To start with all your lectures will be with all the medics/biomeds/radiographers etc and this is less relavent to physio, but after a few weeks you'll start having some physio only lectures which are a lot more relavent. In the first year you get most Wednesdays off but you should be prepared to be in pretty much 9-5 on other days during the first term. The first lectures with everyone are quite short but there are lost of them crammed into the day, whereas the physio only lectures are longer. In the second and third terms you only have lectures with the other physios (and maybe OTs) and I found I was less busy in these terms - some mornings/afternoons off etc. Most students use the St George's Students' Union (SGSU) app to see their timetables but I've just checked and yours isn't up yet. It might be updated over the next few weeks though so if you're interested in looking at your timetable I'd keep checking that. I hope this helps, let me know if you have any more questions
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    Thank you for all that. It's been really helpful
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