4 Benefits of taking a random module in varsity
Studying isn’t easy. Anybody who says it is has obviously never attempted to get a degree. It takes hard work and determination to get to graduation day. You’ve really got to focus and put all your energy into your work. It often means spending your student years only thinking about your coursework. But is that always a good thing? Having a one-track mind might get you results at the end of the day. However, sometimes you need a distraction in order to clear your head and see things from a different angle. One way to do this is to take a course that is completely unrelated to what you’re already studying. It could be anything from Ethnomusicology to English Literature 101. If you’re not convinced, here are some reasons you should consider taking a random you’re interested in (besides the extra credit, of course).