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is it actually possible to pass a course without attending Lectures and 'lessons'?? (not that i'm planning on doing it )
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(Original post by saiyamana)
is it actually possible to pass a course without attending Lectures and 'lessons'?? (not that i'm planning on doing it )
Some courses take registration at lectures and you need to have attended a minimum percentage of them to recieve any credit.
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If you are gonna do a lot of reading yes, at durham in chem to not get kicked out you have to go to labs and tutorials but lectures are optional.
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It's possible to pass uf you skip lectures, but you need to read stuff in your own time.
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Lectures are the foundations upon which a course is based. They introduce you to a subject area or concept and then expect you to build on that knowledge through reading and research.

They are not vital and in most universities are not compulsory. However I would tend to think that frequent non-attenders would be at a disadvantage. Having said that I know this to be true because when we have essays to do they are all frantically ringing their friends asking for help!
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