How bad is missing lectures? Watch
- Study Helper
In fact, i would say it’s good
Only if they are a waste of time and you can study yourself, that is
Otherwise, go to yo lectures, foo’
If you can still get the materials online and do well without them then there's no point going
Do you think it's bad if a student doesn't have a relationship with their lecturer, though? I mean, if you miss lectures the lecturer obviously won't know you. And do you think the lecturer won't respect you or care about you when you do come to lectures?
Depending on the size of your lectures, you might be able to get away with it. As in, you can ask them for a reference if you did well in their course. I don't think it'll be glowing, but it won't be horrible either if you get a first. If you mean to see your lecturer in office hours when you need help with your coursework, if your lecture size is small, then you might have a problem if your lectures aren't recorded/you don't watch them. If you choose to go down this path, then be upfront with your situation, but if you're going to uni full time, I don't see how it's possible to miss lectures accidentally unless you're [email protected]
Why would you miss lectures?
Why are you at university?
Why do you want a degree?
Why do you want to jeopardise your studies?
Why do you want to waste your opportunity and money?
Why are you still behaving like a petulant teenager?
Why was this response necessary? Everyone learns differently, I can learn far more at home by myself with a textbook for 2 hours than sat listening to someone talk at me. I don't learn that way and have always had to go over everything from a lecture in a textbook before it makes sense to me, so if you want to be effective with your time at uni and that's how you learn then skipping lectures isn't this horrendously bad thing. I got an international award for an essay I wrote for a class where I attended 1 seminar out of 12. Don't be so patronising.