The B.Sc Psychology course starts off almost like an A-Level overlap in the first year, but gets rapidly more difficult, particularly noticeable with the neuroscience components. Content is often based on cutting-edge research and is fascinating, delivered by many inspiring lecturers. The work is essay and long-answer exam based, with different respective weightings depending on the module. As with other courses at the university, there is the opportunity to take a second-year module from another department as part of your third year to broaden your knowledge into other subjects.
Feedback on coursework can be variable. It depends on the marker, but with poor feedback (as far as I know) you can always go and speak to the marker for additional comments. Exam feedback is non-existent, and I think this really disadvantaged me during the course. I think this is standard for all universities though, I have never heard of anyone having feedback from exams.
The Psychology Department has its own building with several rooms students are allowed to use, including computer rooms. Aside from this, I don't think there are really any additional course-specific rooms, or any required.