On the Lack of Contact Hours

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  1. Ross Lloyd says:

    Completely agree! I hadn’t thought about the social implications of the tiny number of hours we get – only the academic up until now really. But also, if you really think about it, social elements help study anyway (support networks, reading groups, discussions, sharing notes etc.). This is the biggest reason why I think LSE has such an appalling student satisfaction rate. Appreciate you raising this issue.

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  3. John says:

    “learn and leave” culture is really harmful for college going students. They don’t do networking and miss the power of it. I have seen day scholars in my college, they never knew inside story of subject and trick. I am lucky to be part of being in campus of late hours. Nice post.

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