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    Does anyone know how long you would have to spend a day at uni ? Also how is the timetable like ? For Mpharm
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    You're gonna get a rejection lol. Common sense would tell you that different courses have different hours and timetables.
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    (Original post by NextDoctor2017)
    You're gonna get a rejection lol. Common sense would tell you that different courses have different hours and timetables.
    Already got an offer lol. For Mpharm
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Already got an offer lol. For Mpharm
    Yeah then why didn't you mention your course or post it in a more relevant section? Why is it even important? You got something else to be doing?
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    Different courses, different hours. Different uni's, different hours. Different assiseements, different hours.

    My coure is 12 hours of lectures a week. But the whole course is assignment based so we have to spend every other waking moment on work.
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    (Original post by NextDoctor2017)
    Yeah then why didn't you mention your course or post it in a more relevant section? Why is it even important? You got something else to be doing?
    Well I FORGOT. Well I just want to know and I'm a bit curious idek why it's bothering you firstly.
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Well I FORGOT. Well I just want to know and I'm a bit curious idek why it's bothering you firstly.
    Ain't bothering me. I've read stupider TSR threads. The answer is that your timetable will tell you how many hours you should be in university and you'll probably find out at the beginning of term how many hours per week you're expected to dedicate to your course.
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    (Original post by NextDoctor2017)
    Ain't bothering me. I've read stupider TSR threads. The answer is that your timetable will tell you how many hours you should be in university and you'll probably find out at the beginning of term how many hours per week you're expected to dedicate to your course.
    Ok waitt so your saying that my question is stupid lmaooo
 
 
 
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