what do you do in term 3 of uni?

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parmezanne
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I'm first year, at Warwick uni specifically. My modules at the moment seem to all finish at the end of term 2 so i'm wondering what you do in term 3? also, what time on average does term finish? official term dates for next year is July 3rd but my sibling used to finish uni around April (admittedly, not at Warwick)
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In term 3 you'll normally have a couple of teaching weeks (generally revision sessions), coursework deadlines (week 3) and then exams from May to July
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(Original post by h0pefulstudent)
In term 3 you'll normally have a couple of teaching weeks (generally revision sessions), coursework deadlines (week 3) and then exams from May to July
oh ok! thats helpful, thanks
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Former Warwick student here. One or two weeks were devoted to revision sessions, but, on the whole, fighting for library space and going over revision! First year was revision, second I went home as my exams finished early and, with COVID, I had nothing to do. Most first years stay for work and then socialising. I don't know what it will look like this year, but, on the whole, 3rd term at Warwick is for pure revision and dissertation (if you have one which you won't in 1st year).

Some societies run their own revision classes but with COVID it's going to be an odd one. I'd advise you, if you can, to explore campus and Leamington alongside work.
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