I find Uni.. I love studying here.
Positives: I get to learn to use and work with some really good quality test equipment and software.
Most equipment is available for free access outside of classes so you can learn at your own pace.
The course covers a wide range of disciplines in reasonable learning detail
Negatives: Some of the lecturers, while having the knowledge, are dead boring and very hard to listen to for a 2 hour lecture. Others have strong accents so are also hard to understand.
Some of the topics you do for a semester and then don’t use the tools or skills again for a long time so it is difficult to remember them
My advice to future students is: There are optional “bridging courses” for maths. Don’t bother as they are repeated later.
I would recommend only doing 3 subjects at a time.
Positives: It’s quite easy to understand what is required of you whilst studying the course. Most of the lecturers understand that for most of the students it’s their first time at a University and so are quite good at helping students understand university requirements
Negatives: A couple of the core topics start of relatively easy and then all of a sudden are very hard and it is difficult to keep up with it
My advice to future students is: Definitely make sure that you study a lot and keep on top of your work. It makes a huge difference
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