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Read moreAcademic ExperienceGood number of lectures and practicals, more than many courses so a fairly busy timetable, usually in four days a week. Variety of assessment methods used: exams, phase tests, essays, case studies, lab reports, expert witness reports, practical exams.

The course can be challenging for people who have not done A-level biology and chemistry and who don't work hard in the first year, but it is easy enough to do well if you put the work in. 2nd year, De Montfort University√ó 2nd year, De Montfort University We have 15 to 20 contact hours per week. Crime scene science is extremely interesting, but the first year is about getting to know the basics, so some parts are challenging, oth.

Read moreAcademic ExperienceWe have 15 to 20 contact hours per week.

Crime scene science is extremely interesting, but the first year is about getting to know the basics, so some parts are challenging, others not so much. Work includes essays, group collaboration, portfolios, a LOT of practical work and reflective logs, and employment skill-based assignments. Course facilities are excellent - the 15-room crime scene house, vehicle lab and science labs - I cannot fault.

1st year, Teesside University 1st year, Teesside University We have around 20 hours of teaching per week. I'm studying forensic science, so we have a mix of lab work and lectures. Work includes coursework, essays, exams and plenty of pra.

Read moreAcademic ExperienceWe have around 20 hours of teaching per week.

I'm studying forensic science, so we have a mix of lab work and lectures. Work includes coursework, essays, exams and plenty of practicals. There are plenty of labs to use in and out of lecture time.