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It will really depend on your course and your uni! You'll likely get a few essays (about 1000 words) to write, maybe some maths/problem solving assignments, lab reports definitely. You may be expected to do some assessed presentations too.

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It will really depend on your course and your uni! You'll likely get a few essays (about 1000 words) to write, maybe some maths/problem solving assignments, lab reports definitely. You may be expected to do some assessed presentations too.

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Hi! Thank you for replying, its much appreciated!! I just had one other question: Is the jump between a-levels and first year of uni difficult, in terms of assignments and work? And where there any unexcepted surprises, when you began?
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Hi! Thank you for replying, its much appreciated!! I just had one other question: Is the jump between a-levels and first year of uni difficult, in terms of assignments and work? And where there any unexcepted surprises, when you began?
Hmm I wouldn't necessarily say a jump in difficulty but it's a big change in that it's completely new ways of learning and assessment alongside everything in your life changing too. The jump between 1st and 2nd year is higher than between a levels and 1st year in my opinion.

I'd say the biggest shock was how independent you get to be in all of your studying. Everything is up to you and you are held totally accountable for it all. No one is gonna remind you of deadlines or push you along. Its kinda nice though when you get used to it!
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