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Currently, a first-year law student at KCL, stayed at Stamford street apartments. Happy to answer questions about the course, uni and accom from my perspective.
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What a levels did you do and is the workload manageable?
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Yes, the workload its self is manageable and actually a lot less than some of my friends doing law at non-RG unis. It's about 8 hours of lectures including notetaking, 6 hours of reading and 5 hours of attending and preparing tutorials (overestimate but giving you an idea). It might sound like alot buts its alot less then sixth form if you manage your time properly.
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History, Politics, Econ.
Yes, the workload its self is manageable and actually a lot less than some of my friends doing law at non-RG unis. It's about 8 hours of lectures including notetaking, 6 hours of reading and 5 hours of attending and preparing tutorials (overestimate but giving you an idea). It might sound like alot buts its alot less then sixth form if you manage your time properly.
Not really law related - but what are the accomodations like and social life like? The accomodations looks alot better than UCLs. I'm debating between the two in regards to social life and accomodations
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Not really law related - but what are the accomodations like and social life like? The accomodations looks alot better than UCLs. I'm debating between the two in regards to social life and accomodations
I stayed at Stamford Street which is one of the cheaper ones so its not as good as some of the others. At SSA the rooms are defo small but big enough so the essentials (the bathroom is basically a washroom no shower curtain or toilet lid). But for £169 (capped through KAAS scheme) opposite my campus and near the main ones I needed I cant complain at all. My flat mates where great and there's parties a few times a week even in Covid (not a good thing imo). The societies are great but obviously social life has been massively limited by Covid
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