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    I say this as I am one of these people myself who has dropped out and know at least three other people who have as well in first year, when in this article here https://theboar.org/2013/05/warwick-...rop-out-rates/
    it quotes the dropout rate as 0.8% in first year in maths at Warwick.
    Which assuming there are 400 maths Warwick students at most means that the dropout rate is at 1% already just from the people I know of and the year is over yet.

    The reasons I dropped out was I felt the workload was ridiculously large and because of this didn't actually have time to properly understand the maths we were being taught because of this. I have posted this to see if anyone else feels the same and just to let you know that if you are in this situation you are not alone.


    I'm an international student studying at warwick and i find my degree pointless tbh. No matter how hard i try, I just can't seem to get a good mark on my essay, my group projects and exams. I'm considering dropping out and doing something I actually like. I just have term 3 to get through.
    Any advice?
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