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Friday, December 27, 2019

Top five (5) Hardest courses To Study





Have you ever wondered if your  dream course, is among the hardest to study in the university?
  Here is a list of the top five hardest courses to study in the university:

1. Medicine and surgery

  This course without doubt, the hardest course ever.    You are forced to read large textbooks
 Doctors save lives, but their importance goes far beyond that. Doctors also make a difference by helping patients minimize pain, recover from a disease faster or learn to live with a disabling injury.
So you must be very brilliant and up to task to study Medicine

2. All engineering courses

 All engineering courses teaches mathematics and physics to a great extent
Why is engineering so hard? It's so difficult because engineering programs try to prepare their students to enter the workforce. This means teaching them to solve really challenging problems. This requires a lot of studying and perseverance.

Usually it's the math or the workload that students struggle with.

3.LAW

Do you think law is all about just talking with facts in a court?
Lawyers are advocates and advisors for our society.
They work to represent individuals and corporations in civil trials, and to promote justice in criminal trials


Law has the lowest number of first class degrees awarded in the UK, according to the latest data by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).

Compared to other subjects, only 13.4 percent of students graduated with a first class degree

4. Architecture

At first you imagine yourself drawing marvelous projects of skyscrapers. But then you understand that you would be studying a lot of math, optics, drawing and geometry. So it can be not as friendly as you thought
If you ever wondered why architecture is important—look up and around. You are likely surrounded by it right now.
Unique among creative and artistic professions, architecture must always reflect the age and cultural context that produced it. Designing and building architecture takes time, money, and collaboration . Architects work with dozens if not hundreds or thousands to shape their buildings.

5. Pharmacy 💊


The pharmacist is the custodian of medicines and pharmaceutical products throughout the hospital.
When you are applying for this course, you might have thought that it would be easier than medicine. But then, you quickly understand that you were wrong. You will be dealing with even more math, physics and chemistry than for Medicine courses.

But don’t forget that nothing is impossible. And if you study hard enough and graduate, you will be rewarded by a highly paying job, which can be a real pleasure for you.


 if your course isn't here, don't view it as a simple course, every course is important no matter how simple it is.


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