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Hey anyone on here currently in year 1 law (llb) at Westminster?

I just need to speak about timetable if that's ok
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Hey,

Tim here, I'm a law student at Westminster in my first year.

Sorry I' m seeing this so late.

Happy to help!
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Hello, what days and time do you go to university- (I’m looking to study law at Westminster). I want to know what time and days so I can think about my schedules for work etc.
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Hi,

During my first year studying law at Westminster my schedule looked like this :

Tuesday
11.30am - 1pm --> tutorial
1.10pm - 2.50pm --> lecture

Wednesday
10am-11am -->lecture
12pm-1pm --> tutorial

Thursday
11.30am - 1pm --> tutorial
1.10pm - 2.50pm --> lecture

That's just an example, I know people with different schedules.
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(Original post by Tim Buktu)
Hi,

During my first year studying law at Westminster my schedule looked like this :

Tuesday
11.30am - 1pm --> tutorial
1.10pm - 2.50pm --> lecture

Wednesday
10am-11am -->lecture
12pm-1pm --> tutorial

Thursday
11.30am - 1pm --> tutorial
1.10pm - 2.50pm --> lecture

That's just an example, I know people with different schedules.
Thank you very much👊🏽
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Thank you very much👊🏽
What is tutorial?
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Hi,

During my first year studying law at Westminster my schedule looked like this :

Tuesday
11.30am - 1pm --> tutorial
1.10pm - 2.50pm --> lecture

Wednesday
10am-11am -->lecture
12pm-1pm --> tutorial

Thursday
11.30am - 1pm --> tutorial
1.10pm - 2.50pm --> lecture

That's just an example, I know people with different schedules.
Could you also explain what tutorial is please
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So a lecture is when you sit with 200 other students in a massive room to get a presentation about a topic.

Then the tutorial is when you are split into groups of 10-15 students and you review the "homework" and talk about the reading you did at home to expand on the topic introduced in the lecture. It's also the occasion to ask questions, which you don't really do during a lecture (because imagine 200 hundred students wanting to ask questions---> messy)
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Appreicate your help🙌🏼
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Appreicate your help🙌🏼
anytime!
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