The amount of teaching was very rich at the beginning of the year but as the year progressed and exams were closing in, we were expected to do more of our own studying and revision with only a couple of lectures a week after the second term. The content of the Psychology course is diverse and plentiful, in that each unit of the year was like learning a whole new world of psychology. Some of the units were more challenging than others, but that mostly depended on the personal preference and past experiences of the student. In the psychology course, there were a few pieces of practical work but not enough to give me the experience of what working in psychology was like. There are an abundance of essays in each unit, some were more challenging than others because of the sheer amount of background research needed for a seemingly small subject area. The feedback I received from my tutors and lecturers was quite useful but lacked consistency, so I was never certain of what direction I should be heading with my studies. At university, you are expected to be more independent in your studies and this meant that my tutors and lecturers were usually vague and misleading with their feedback because they are too worried about giving some students unfair advantages over others.