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We study science in order to gain a deeper understanding of the world that surrounds us and beyond. Understanding the 'how' and 'why' of things arround us has helped humans develop cures for diseases, predict and prepare for climate extremes, send men to the moon, create the iPod and so much more. Science is the foundation of an innovative culture and at the core of significant political decisions.

Although we might not realise this, we make science-based choices on a daily basis. Science is involved when we choose what to eat, or choose products with the least impact on the environment or make informed decisions about our personal health.

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L percy
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Biology AS/A Level

"The A-levels department is an absolute joke, most people here are doing A-levels for 3-4 years purely because the teaching is inadequate. Some teachers are not qualified to teach some subjects,yet they are 'teaching' them anyway, (if you count copying from a book teaching) There is no support, various students have complained for years and been told 'you must not be revising enough' when revising is all we seem to be doing, but how can we revise when we don't know how much we are supposed to know or what we need for the exam.
The college also has a toilet issue, in which I mean they are caked in shit.
Literally it's on the walls.
You will need a jab to use the toilet here.
The food is overpriced, especially for students, But that doesn't matter anyway because the A-levels department have different lunchtimes compared to the rest of college, and by the time its lunch most of the food is packed away anyway.
Student union? You mean the portacabin round near the car park? that has one microwave a crowded xbox and a gang of chavs inside!
The college also doesn't tell you about health problems that are going around college. Like the small problem of fleas! Yes Fleas! Someone came in one day with fleas, and now their all over.
I'm sure the vocational courses are fine, it's just the A-level staff need a kick up the arse, it's not as if people are wanting to go to university and are counting on good grades!" - Wed, 05 Mar 2014 13:19:55 +0000

"The A-levels department is an absolute joke, most people here are doing A-levels for 3-4 years purely because the teaching is inadequate. So… read full review - Wed, 05 Mar 2014 13:19:55 +0000

Joe
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marketing resaearcher and software developer
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MSc Computing Science

"This course was a great way for me to change my career and I found them amazingly flexible with my personal situation (not a lot of money, so having to extend deadlines due to professional work undertaken). I would definately say this is a great way to become better at programming/database work/ software dev/and data mining. There is a high percentage of statistically minded computer scientists/lecturers here also, and the want to explore the more science based side of computers can be addressed here. Good courser, great lecturers, extensive content." - Tue, 26 Nov 2013 18:20:21 +0000

"This course was a great way for me to change my career and I found them amazingly flexible with my personal situation (not a lot of money, s… read full review - Tue, 26 Nov 2013 18:20:21 +0000