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Consulting in software studies at the Open University


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Stop the panic. Relax.

The consultation will take place in exactly the same way either way. You're just building towers, as I said. You'll see what you can do, what's open to you - and then decide. It does not work the opposite.

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Because as I wrote before the counselor did not really know what to do with me She sent me to the coordinator of the courses I ask her what to do So instead of sitting with her and looking for what to do, I prefer to get ready with my own idea and see what she will say if she says good, Say not good We'll find something else, and I do not know if she knows how to answer the questions I asked here, when I told her that I learned it. She did not really understand what I said and who said she knew what was going on in the course itself. Rick but with something in his hand.

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Maybe yes, I do not know, it took her a little time to understand what I learned (#C). Another option is that because the counseling was over the phone it was harder for me to understand, but it's a bit cramped ...

Anyways anyone has an answer for me?

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You make a salad here. Every faculty has its own counselor who understands the matter.

Did you ask the counselor who is in charge of computer science or did you just go to an adviser?

You go around your own tail, set up a physical appointment with a consultant / counselor in the area you want, be specific.

You can also facilitate and make a syllabus of what you have learned in C #, and which courses are generally taught.

I went to a computer science consultant, she understood very well what I explained to her (explaining what courses I had already learned, such as linear algebra, object oriented Java, etc.) and she advised me which path to take and what to do. So I think you can go to a counselor and she'll get you some problems pressing you.

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I have not reached the stage I am Knows What I want to start learning And before that no one actually talks to me about enrolling in practice, but I do not see a reason why I will not succeed in getting accepted, rather I turned the site of the Open University andI did not find special conditions for acceptance, I do not see a reason why I will not succeed.

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post Scriptum. Signing up there is so complicated?

Sorry for the double.

First breathe deeply. Relax. Think about your last trip. (I hope you're after the army)

Now calm down.

Now I will tell you something that you missed because of your pressure: The OUI has no admission requirements.

What is the status of your matriculation exams? (Remember to breathe while you write and preferably to stop)

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Something here is not clear to me.

A consultant at the OUI, told you that you need 5 math homework for start studying?

To start learning I do not need anything, to understand something - yes.

You make a salad here. Every faculty has its own counselor who understands the matter.

Did you ask the counselor who is in charge of computer science or did you just go to an adviser?

You go around your own tail, set up a physical appointment with a consultant / counselor in the area you want, be specific.

You can also facilitate and make a syllabus of what you have learned in C #, and which courses are generally taught.

I went to a computer science consultant, she understood very well what I explained to her (explaining what courses I had already learned, such as linear algebra, object oriented Java, etc.) and she advised me which path to take and what to do. So I think you can go to a counselor and she'll get you some problems pressing you.

After the meeting I asked for advice and they arranged a meeting for me by telephone. They did not tell me if it belonged specifically to computer science or anything else.

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