October 12, 2010

new people, new teachers and new style of teaching..


yesterday i attended the class which was my first official class here at Warwick. To me, its whole new place with new people and new friends. I did my hons. from Pakistan and in Pakistan we have totally different style of teaching. Its more like spoon feeding, bookish stuff and life there was quite easy. I had a lot of people to look after me and i was very pampered. When i came here in UK, life just changed. I was the one who had to do all the work by myself and i have to improve my skills like laundry and cooking :)

Today in the class with Paul, there was a question which was asked by a student from eng. background that why dont we have lectures here. This was exactly what i was wondering about. Paul was so quick to answer that by saying that" you people are just 12 months away from the real world" and i got my answer. He further gave 2 examples about not giving the lectures which further motivated me for self and group study. This is the first week and i hope i get good grades in order to make my parents and teachers proud :)

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