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Geography 2nd Year Timetable!

Hi,
I’m a 1st Year BA Geography student and i was wondering if anyone has an example of their second year uni timetable! Just wondering on average how much heavier it will be.
Original post by beth_grimes
Hi,
I’m a 1st Year BA Geography student and i was wondering if anyone has an example of their second year uni timetable! Just wondering on average how much heavier it will be.


Best to ask the staff or a second year at your uni. :smile:
Original post by beth_grimes
Hi,
I’m a 1st Year BA Geography student and i was wondering if anyone has an example of their second year uni timetable! Just wondering on average how much heavier it will be.

Hello!
I am a second year Earth and Environmental Science student. In my experience, the amount of lectures doesn't necessarily increase its just the content that increases in difficulty. This is of course different for every course and university but I would recommend reaching out to any friends you have in second year for their advice!

Hope this helps,
Lucy (Lancaster University Student Ambassador)
Original post by beth_grimes
Hi,
I’m a 1st Year BA Geography student and i was wondering if anyone has an example of their second year uni timetable! Just wondering on average how much heavier it will be.

Hi,
Similar to what lucy has said, I found that the number of contact hours didn't increase between 1st and 2nd year, but there was more content to learn. I also found a slight shift towards more practical's instead of lots of lectures, although i imagine this varies between universities.
-Jasmine (Lancaster Student Ambassador)
Original post by beth_grimes
Hi,
I’m a 1st Year BA Geography student and i was wondering if anyone has an example of their second year uni timetable! Just wondering on average how much heavier it will be.

Hi there,

In my experience as a BA student, my timetable didn't change a lot. If I recall correctly, a few of my classes were a little longer (+30 mins - 1 hour), but it typically looked the same.

As the other replies have mentioned, if anything, the content just got slightly harder. This meant I would be spending more time outside of classes working on assignments and studying.

It does change depending on where you study and your classes, so I'd ask a member of your department or a second-year student.

I hope this helps,

Isabella
Third-year Geography with a Year Abroad Student

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