Timetable for math with stat student in Imperial

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I would like to know what will be a typical timetable for first-year math with stat student in ICL?
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I would like to know what will be a typical timetable for first-year math with stat student in ICL?
Very very full ..... apart from Wednesday afternoons which are free for sports and clubs. Expect there to be quite a lot of problem sheets to do independently as well.
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Usually 9-6 everyday except wednesday?
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Usually 9-6 everyday except wednesday?
No
I did Mathematics with Management at IC and in your first year is mainly
Lectures
Problem sheets
Tutorials where you go through problem sheets
Labs for computing

You will have MORE free time than engineering students.
It is not 9-6 everyday well it wasn’t then.
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I think it is closer to around 20 hours per week but tbh I cannot remember.
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That's an example (i.e, random), they have changed first year so wouldn't be able to help, but in 2nd and 3rd years it would look like this

MONDAY
9-11 AM - Module 1 Lecture
2-3 PM - Problem class Module 1 (optional)
5-6 PM - See personal tutor
6-8 PM - Society meeting / sport practice (optional)

TUESDAY
10-11 AM - Module 2 Lecture
12-1 PM - Module 3 Lecture
1-2 PM - Problem class Module 2 (optional)
3-4 PM - Office hour Module 3 (optional)
4-5 PM - Problem class Module 3 (optional)
5-6 PM - Module 1 Lecture

WEDNESDAY
9-10 AM - See peer tutor
10-11 AM - Office hour Module 1 (optional)
11 AM-12 PM - Module 4 Lecture
12-1 PM - Office hour Module 4 (optional)
Afternoon is free: sport practice or games / society meeting (optional)

THURSDAY
9-10 AM - Office hour Module 2 (optional)
11 AM-1 PM - Module 2 Lecture
2-3 PM - Problem class Module 4 (optional)
3-4 PM - Module 4 Lecture
6-8PM - Sport practice / society meeting (optional)

FRIDAY
3-5 PM - Module 3 Lecture
5-6 PM - Module 4 Lecture
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A lot of free time in that timetable
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A lot of free time in that timetable
That's how it is in the UK! I had 250hrs of contact hours (so at uni) this year but 1,500+hrs of self-learning/work... Also great to develop social skills and leadership with involvement in societies, sports, and networking in the industry during your free time: life is not all about learning academia! Would have not gone to any uni with over 25hrs of lectures per week
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That's how it is in the UK! I had 250hrs of contact hours (so at uni) this year but 1,500+hrs of self-learning/work... Also great to develop social skills and leadership with involvement in societies, sports, and networking in the industry during your free time: life is not all about learning academia! Would have not gone to any uni with over 25hrs of lectures per week
Engineering courses have more contact hours.
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Engineering courses have more contact hours.
Yes, they have labs which increase contact hours, they have day-long labs in 2nd/3rd years. But that also means they have a bit less self-learning to do
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