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.
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- Thread Starter
- 08-02-2017 09:25
- 02-05-2017 10:58
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.