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    Apparently Unistats reports that student satisfaction for Chem Eng ranges between 42-70% (depending on each particular course). Could any Chemical Engineer at Edinburgh explain me how come the uni has such low satisfaction rates? Is it something one should worry about when making a decision? My idea is that the stats don't reflect the truth but there must be something wrong I guess. Thanks in advance!
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    Apparently Unistats reports that student satisfaction for Chem Eng ranges between 42-70% (depending on each particular course). Could any Chemical Engineer at Edinburgh explain me how come the uni has such low satisfaction rates? Is it something one should worry about when making a decision? My idea is that the stats don't reflect the truth but there must be something wrong I guess. Thanks in advance!
    The student satisfaction rates for Edinburgh are low across the board, not just for ChemEng. My advice would be to take it with a pinch of salt. Go to the open days, ask students what they think. These stats are usually unreliable and not really something you should use to determine if you want to go somewhere, Edinburgh is great and I'm sure you'll love it.
 
 
 
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