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by laoiselane
Topic: Academic life
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-By Niamh Leonard & MentorsAs second semester is moving on by many of you may be wondering about what the next year of your course will entail. In some courses you will also have to make subject/module choices for next year. So we asked some of the mentors to give some tips about picking subjects for second year of your course and some general pieces of information they think would be handy to know about college next year.Science.The first thing you should do is try have an idea in what direction you want to continue your study. I was in undenominated science so I had a large choice to pick from. I knew I wanted to either go biology of chemistry so I dropped all physics and math modules. I also looked up what the modules were worth and what the marking criteria were such as if continuous assessment was involved and that helped me make my choices.Think carefully about the choices you make now. The subjects you choose now will be the ones you choose from for your third and fourth... read more