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I'm wondering how much time do biomed undergraduate student studies. I applied for that course, and I'm the type of guys that only study when its near the test. So I want to be mentally prepared. Is it almost the same as med student?
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It very much depends on the university. I found I was in lectures/ labs 4 to 6 hours per day, 5 days each week. Outside of that there is coursework you'll need to do in the form of essays or lab books, they'll take a few hours each week.

The workload comes and goes, you can still get a 2.i with fewer hours.
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It very much depends on the university. I found I was in lectures/ labs 4 to 6 hours per day, 5 days each week. Outside of that there is coursework you'll need to do in the form of essays or lab books, they'll take a few hours each week.

The workload comes and goes, you can still get a 2.i with fewer hours.
U studied biomed also? 2.i as in second upper division honour?
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U studied biomed also? 2.i as in second upper division honour?
And I heard they say, theres a lot of things that biomed student have to study.
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U studied biomed also? 2.i as in second upper division honour?
Yeah, 2.1 is a second class, upper division.

(Original post by jkng)
And I heard they say, theres a lot of things that biomed student have to study.
There is a lot, but once you understand some basic concepts and know a bit about some theories you can build on it fairly well. All degrees will have a lot of content, if it's content you enjoy then it will get easier so make sure you pick a degree because you enjoy it!
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Yeah, 2.1 is a second class, upper division.


There is a lot, but once you understand some basic concepts and know a bit about some theories you can build on it fairly well. All degrees will have a lot of content, if it's content you enjoy then it will get easier so make sure you pick a degree because you enjoy it!
Thanks for the advise !
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