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The University of Warwick 4.0 / 766 reviews
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MA136
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This module was one of my favourites in first year. I had three lectures a week for this module and an assignment every fortnight. The lecturer was enthusiastic and tried to involve the students by asking them questions. The lecture notes he produced were also very useful.

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BS131
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This module covers environmental microbes (food and water borne), prions, antibiotics, bacteria, ageing and nutrition and bioterrorism (a very broad range). These were all taught through lectures and some lectures chose to record and some did not, so it's best to try to turn up for all of the lectures if you chose this module! This module is 100% assessed through 1 exam taken in the 3rd term (which consists of a few short answer questions and 1 essay question).

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MA222
Anonymous

Metric spaces is a module offered by the mathematics department in the 2nd year. It is a core module for those on the mathematicians but an optional module for many others. The teaching is what you would expect at a university like Warwick, and the content is widely applicable. The assessment is done mostly by the end of year exam, but a small portion is based on the best of 2 class tests, which is helpful when you are not feeling too well. Overall Metric Spaces is a module I enjoyed, especially due to the applicability.

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ST301
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Amazing lecturer!! This module combines an important area in statistics to how we come about making decisions today. Helps to apply them to really world examples such as nuclear disasters and statistics in courts.

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MA131
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This module is core for all first year mathematicians and gets you into the routine of proving things. There are very few areas of this module which are computational. The teaching is good and in both terms you are offered classes where a teacher will go through the weeks assignments with you and help with anything you get stuck on. The course is 15% assignments (from both term 1 and term 2), 25% on a January Exam and 60% on a final exam in June.

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PO132
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My main enjoyment from this module came from the much more international aspect than other modules, especially because most 'global' modules are mostly focusing on Europe and North America and the negative aspects of less developed states, rather than anything else. Also, the lecturers and tutors had a more diverse background meaning that could bring different points if view to discussions.However, the manner in which this module is assesed is overwhelmingly unhelpful to students. Instead of being a regular essay, which is useful for first years who are adjusting to university life, it is meant to be a 'research' piece which only discusses how we WOULD carry out the research instead of actually doing it. This was very unclear and lead to a lot of worry and confusion among students. Despite going to the module coordinator multiple times, my end piece of 'research' was well below satisfactory.

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PO132
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This was my least favourite module despite being the most international course and having the most lectures with diverse backgrounds. This was due to the complicated manner in which the module was assessed, which was not an essay as most of first year has been, but a 'research paper' which was supposedly not meant to meant to actually research our project, but discuss how we would research it IF we could. It was not very clear and despite repeatedly talking to the module coordinator, my research piece did not come out satisfactorily.

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PH140
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This module is a great introduction to the first western philosophers, and the ideas they introduce which influence many other philosophers discussed on the degree course. It gives a very good grounding in the ways thinking about philosophy came into being and sets the context for the rest of the subject. The lecturing was good, and the seminars excellent. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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LF206
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It's a pretty long module. It's extremely dense, it's the most dense module you'll do in 2nd year, but for good reason. You learn a lot of important stuff so it's reasonable that it's so content heavy. It's probably also the hardest module because of this; you learn a lot of completely new info which doesn't really build upon any previously learnt info during GCSEs or Alevels.

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BS317
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The content of the module was very enjoyable. However, there was a huge amount to learn for the exam. I found the module enjoyable since the more in dept it was the taught the more links could be made. By the end of it all yo could string a story of how an immune system is able to deal with an infection.

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