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If you're not sure how, then take a look at Yale, MIT, UCLA, or for a more moderately funded alternative, look at Aalto and Fudan. You have 60 minutes time and usually close to 20 questions.The aim is not to test your understanding of the matter, but simply to see whether you can wrestle a ridiculous amount of easy questions within limited time.
If you are an exchange student, send us your personal experiences in Germany via mail to [email protected], either in German or English. Both institutions had their perks and quirks, but in general I had been happy about the education I'd gotten in each – challenging studies and easy studying, as it should be.Five universities offer doctoral programs with excellent funding opportunities and join forces with outstanding non-university research institutions to generate a unique, vibrant academic environment.This website will give you an insight into what the Berlin area has in store in all disciplines, ranging from ancient history to astrophysics – browse and be inspired!In other words, no academic or personal development, just learning by heart over the frantic few days before the exam – only to forget everything the week after.Compare that to any university worth comparing to, and you're not sure whether to laugh or to cry. As one of leading thinkers in science and education Lawrence Krauss put it: Testing always inevitably means you teach students to be able to do tests.Besides, not every course I've attended is really that horrible – some are, but some would get a butterfly sticker for giving it a proper try (in the unnecessarily tight frames set by Uo C authorities).
As another disclaimer, even though I talk about the University, some critique really applies just to the finance courses. The University of Cologne was founded in 1388, and the pedagogy seems to stem from medieval times as well.
Make us learn the methods by giving us assignments, make us try applying the theories in a case study.
That way we'll learn, and hopefully won't forget everything the moment we start studying for the next exam. Because in Cologne, taking exams is a race against time.
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