How is the academic life at this university/college? Academic life at Taylor's University can be easy or tough for people, it's not like high school of course where the teachers will help you to pass in your exams as much as possible. Since in university, you are basically on your own, your results depend on you yourself, the lecturers will not do things the way how high school teachers did. As long as you put in effort and commit yourself in the tasks given in the module such as presentation, role play, discussions, etc., life at Taylor's University can be not as tough expected and it will help in your academic growth as well as building up self-development skills. What are the students like? Like any other universities, there are students who put in a lot effort in their studies, often found in the library doing their assignments, revision, etc. Besides that, there are students who are very active in club or society activities, always busy going for meetings and organizing or participating events. Other than that, there are students who basically slack off or waste time. Most of the time, they hangout with their friends at clubs or other places. What do students do when not studying? Tell us about the social and sports life. Some students come early to the campus to study at the library before their class. Some students go to the gym to work out. The other students they either hangout with their friends at the mall, watch movies, play pool, sing karaoke, etc. Otherwise, they basically stay at home whenever there's no class. What is your overall opinion about this university/college? Every university has their own advantages or disadvantages, Taylor's University is no exclusion. It all depends on how you see it, in other words, people's point of view. In my opinion, Taylor's University is good, it has a very large and nice campus, the lecturers are very dedicated and passionate in teaching, I had a lot of fun.
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