Positives: It’s a smaller degree so everyone knows everyone in the degree. The lecturers are extremely friendly and are helpful
Negatives: Some times can overload you
My advice to future students is: So the practise exams and don’t start assignments the day before
Positives: It’s a very hands-on course, we do a lot of great practicals which are relevant to our learning. The structure is really good, and we have a variety of different classes which appeal to all students.
Negatives: There are times when it seems all of the assignments are due at the same time. There are a couple of classes that are a bit boring.
My advice to future students is: Make sure you try everything, you won’t know if you like it or not until you try. Always stay on top of the work or it can stack up really quickly
Positives: I get to work with animals and learn about them in depth
Negatives: The heavy workload
Fun and interesting work if you have an interest in agriculture, content is pretty straight forward.
My advice to future students is: Make sure you do chemistry at high school
Interesting content, but the science aspect to it is challenging.
My advice to future students is: Make sure your science is good at high school
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