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        07-26-2008, 07:24 AM
      #21
    Yearling
    Well, I offer up my services, lol. I'm a chemical engineering student, so I don't know if there's anyone here particularly able to help me with fluid dynamics, process control and particulate flocculation, but I can offer up my knowledge in:

    - chemistry (A level chemistry + studying more specialised stuff as part of my degree)
    - maths (A level + further work at uni)
    - physics (A level + further work at uni)
    - English literature (A level)
    - critical thinking (AS level)

    I'm not a humanities or languages person at all, so I'll be reasonably useless there, but if I can help anyone out, let me know! I actually rather enjoy all the above activities xD I'm the kind of person who does mental maths to relax and conducts force balances on her body as she walks.
         
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        07-26-2008, 08:47 AM
      #22
    Yearling
    thanks

    Thanks guys for offering your help to others yall are awesome!! Ill have my schedule tonight.. so anybody else got anything to say about their schedule likes or dislikes.. :) :) :)
         
        07-26-2008, 09:13 AM
      #23
    Yearling
    At my uni, lectures run from 8:15, with the last one finishing at 19:05. Fortunately the Director of Studies for chemeng avoids 8:15s wherever he can and tries not to let things run past the 16:15-17:05 slot. My first semester, I had three 9:15s, which everyone slept through - my second semester, I didn't have a single 9:15! My days starteda t 10:15, 11:15, or 14:15. Towards the end of the semester, when coursework-only modules were completed or had moved to private study only, I had some days with no lectures at all.

    Not that that meant no work, lol

    We do tend to have pretty nice timetables, though, in chemeng. Particularly compared to the chemists ...
         
        07-26-2008, 01:41 PM
      #24
    Started
    Im moving up a level one year early so I will most likely need to vent a little every now and then !
    Im in !
    Im taking ;
    Icelandic, math, german, danish, english, nationeconomics, history, "nature science", physics, chemestry, geology, biology, life perfomance (?), computers, typing, buisness, law+society, PE aaand I have yet to choose some other subjects !
    I dont know how much of this I will be taking this year, ill find out shortly after the 5th ! (i have x many units in every subject, but I will take this in a span of 4 years)
         
        07-26-2008, 03:48 PM
      #25
    Green Broke
    Holy cow! You can speak like every language!!! That's amazing
         
        07-26-2008, 04:02 PM
      #26
    Yearling
    I'm always very impressed with polyglots. The UK has pretty poor modern foreign languages teaching, especially compared to all our European neighbours.

    But I'm especially pleased to see all the science there xD I really, really do not get why people assume it's so drastically more difficult to get into than challenging social subjects, and I definitely don't see why physics is considered the hardest!

    But woo, science
         
        07-26-2008, 08:33 PM
      #27
    Yearling
    hey

    Hey guys. I got my schedule but its not right in front of me.. so I think this is it.. in order? I think... Homeroom-Art-Christian Ethics-English-Physical Science- Library Aide- Geometry- History.. yep that's right only seven classes. My school hours are 8am-3:15pm.. we got to school for a long time.. I am sort of nervous about my classes but I know as the year progress and I meet new people and see old friends it will get more comfortable some classes I know ill be okay in because I know the teacher really good. But I know every teacher at my school because I talk to absolutely every one!LOL! I am shy but I do like to meet new people expessially(spelled wrong sorry) horsey people!!! I really love yall. Not in a gay way but as like my sisters! Yall all are so special and nice and god will bless you each and everyday for that.. oh and if anyone doesnt know who god is or needs a counselor or someone to talk about their problems to. Im here, that is one thing I am extremely good at...i love to help people through things and I like to talk about jesus..so if anybody needs someone to talk to private message me and anything you say will stay between us. :) luv ya guys!!!ttyl!!
         
        07-26-2008, 08:59 PM
      #28
    Started
    Re: hey

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    Originally Posted by katieandduke
    hey guys. I got my schedule but its not right in front of me.. so I think this is it.. in order? I think... Homeroom-Art-Christian Ethics-English-Physical Science- Library Aide- Geometry- History.. yep that's right only seven classes. My school hours are 8am-3:15pm.. we got to school for a long time.. I am sort of nervous about my classes but I know as the year progress and I meet new people and see old friends it will get more comfortable some classes I know ill be okay in because I know the teacher really good. But I know every teacher at my school because I talk to absolutely every one!LOL! I am shy but I do like to meet new people expessially(spelled wrong sorry) horsey people!!! I really love yall. Not in a gay way but as like my sisters! Yall all are so special and nice and god will bless you each and everyday for that.. oh and if anyone doesnt know who god is or needs a counselor or someone to talk about their problems to. Im here, that is one thing I am extremely good at...i love to help people through things and I like to talk about jesus..so if anybody needs someone to talk to private message me and anything you say will stay between us. :) luv ya guys!!!ttyl!!
    Awww, thanks!!
         
        07-26-2008, 09:18 PM
      #29
    Yearling
    You can love us in as gay a way as you want, I don't think we'll mind xD

    On a slightly more serious note, I do agree that it's nice that people here like to help each other out. This is a great place to find answers to your riding questions, and it's good that that spirit of mutual endeavour extends beyond the horsey realm too.
         
        07-28-2008, 11:29 PM
      #30
    Foal
    I'll be starting my "Junior" year of College as an RN. Yippee... let the fun & stress start. I haven't secured my schd. Yet, but hopefully tomorrow I will know it for sure. I am not in any rush. I just finished a summer college course that kicked my behind! I need a break! I wish I was back in high school again. School was so much easier then, you didn't have to think too much! LOL.

    Wishing everyone the best in their NEW School year!!
         

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