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by Kimberley Harris Contact
Topic: Academic life
Views: 72
Although this blog may not directly relate to every discipline, the same pointers can be applied to choosing modules for the coming year. It is important to choose subjects/ modules that you enjoy. There is no point in taking a topic you are not interested in as it makes it harder to carry out assignments and projects. Below are several pointers from my mentors. Enjoy :)  Keep an open mind and attend as many lectures as you can, even if you don't initially think you'd like to carry that particular module on to next year. Courses may surprise you! Talk to someone in the year above you and ask for advice. Ask people in your class if they know anyone in the year above and then contact them asking what modules they chose, why, and how they are finding them. Most people will only be more than happy to pass on their wisdom! Start thinking about what you might like to do after college. Ask your lecturer if what you learn in their module could be useful for that... read more