Physics: Year One Academic Representative

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WE ARE ONE OF THE SMARTEST AND HARDEST WORKING COHORTS IN THE ENTIRE WORLD. We have worked incredibly hard to achieve our fantastic grades and attain a place to study at Imperial College London (ONE OF THE BEST UNIVERSITIES IN THE WORLD!!!). It is because of this that I believe that we all deserve to have the best and most fulfilling educational experience possible which I believe can only be achieved through... read more
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Hey everyone, I'm Theo and I'm running for Physics Year Academic Representative. As a Year Representative, I will proactively pursue improvements to the course whilst also maintaining the standards currently existing. I have communicated with numerous second-year students, and they have all mentioned to me that there should be more changes and improvements made to the labs. I will continue the work of... read more
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We're all paying nine grand a year (27 for my international peeps sorry don't think I can campaign that down) for the one thing that matters to us all: Physics. So let's make it worthwhile. There's always something to improve- for example having power sockets on the benches would be nice- and I intend on making everything feasible happen. The past few lectures may have been a bit of a drag but it... read more
Since it’s week 2 I’m not sure what needs to be better, but I’ll make it better. I’ll make Physics great again.
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Hello, It’s me, What you’re about to read will persuade you to vote for me, Well I mean, hopefully, I think that I can represent you, If I get the opportunity. Hello, Can you hear me? I will communicate all your grievances to the right authority, If you’re unhappy with a colleague, Or just wanting something to change then you can come meet me. I have experience in leadership roles As I’ve been school... read more
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Hey my name is Immanuel and I would like to be an accessible point of contact between you and the physics department staff. I am an outgoing and driven individual with a wealth of experience in leadership positions. I have been appointed both deputy senior prefect and Senior prefect in previous schools, where I headed the affairs of the student council and cheered meetings between all prefects, the school's... read more
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Deciding to stand for the Physics Year 1 Academic Representative was a very last minute decision. For several days leading up to the deadline, I tried to convince myself that I should instead concentrate on getting to grips with Imperial. But I am the type of person who just *has* to get involved, and I couldn't sit back and let an opportunity to liaise with the Physics Department and provide the best possible... read more
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I’d be a fab rep because I’m loud, confident and approachable. I also like to be the centre of attention and I’m pretty annoying so all the staff will just do what we ask to shut me up. If you haven’t got bored yet and are still reading then apologies because I’m just going to talk aimlessly for a bit about how wonderful I am to fill up this word count. I’m used to talking in front of a lot of people and organising... read more
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Free curry Free food Increase student satisfaction ratings Lab report sharing platform And free beer before lectures/labs Saturday Library sesh will be banned Imperial > UCL
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You should vote me as academic representative for physics. My name is Daniel and I am currently studying the F303 course. I aim to enhance transparency and communication over the entire course between you and professors by creating a framework to transfer information from and to students. Also by making the full course accessible from the start online so you can pre-read anything you wish to learn earlier to master... read more