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    Hi!
    A friend of mine's birthday is just a few days before the mocks, and I was thinking of traveling to Amsterdam just for a night or two to visit her. Would it be too much of a problem for my mock exams? Like, are they very hard or would it be okay if I jumped a few days of studying? I'm a first-year undergraduate.

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    (Original post by hugocasalgado)
    Hi!
    A friend of mine's birthday is just a few days before the mocks, and I was thinking of traveling to Amsterdam just for a night or two to visit her. Would it be too much of a problem for my mock exams? Like, are they very hard or would it be okay if I jumped a few days of studying? I'm a first-year undergraduate.

    Thank you in advance
    This is something only you can answer. Only you know how much you need to study before you are confident enough to sit the exams. Content, style and hardness varies massively by uni and course so only someone whose done the first year of your course at your uni could tell you how hard they are. And even then different people have different ideas of whats hard or not. Also are you sure they are mocks? Aside from Oxbridge at most universities first year exams count towards first year results (whilst first year results don't normally count towards the final grade, they do still appear on a transcript).
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    (Original post by hugocasalgado)
    Hi!
    A friend of mine's birthday is just a few days before the mocks, and I was thinking of traveling to Amsterdam just for a night or two to visit her. Would it be too much of a problem for my mock exams? Like, are they very hard or would it be okay if I jumped a few days of studying? I'm a first-year undergraduate.

    Thank you in advance
    It is your choice.

    TSR cannot just smake decisions for you.
 
 
 
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