What it's like in a giant UCLA lecture
Tour GuideDaniel Adea
I reveal a little bit about the structure of UCLA lectures. You get to find out why half my class is missing and you get a sneak peak of the sheer size of college classes at public schools.
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It's a pretty big lecture hall, but a lot of students are missing. Just a cool thing about you is our lectures or sometimes bruhn casted. So they take videos and post them online for you to be able to watch. Like she was actually set up, they're either Monday, Wednesday, Friday for an hour and then an hour of discussion like this math class Or there Tuesday Thursday, two hours each, and then an hour of discussion. In general, the first two years of your undergraduate studies there is going to be very large classes for like, Geez, there's up to like three hundred students. You know my math classes about like, one hundred fifty students. When you get through your major related classes, then you're kind of feeling a little bit. There is going to be forty, maybe fifty people, because you're only taking hostile people in your major.