I'm taking a MLIS online and I am presently working fulltime. I also have a busy family life at home. My first question is, how much time does the average Masters student spending studying per week?
I also heard that Grad students have to pick and chose what they actually read out of what is assigned because it is virtually impossible to cover all of the material. What percentage of readings do grad studnts actually cover? I don't want to overwhelm myself with everything I have on my plate...
I can't tell you an exact figure as everyone is different. Some people can read through their lecture notes once and understand all there is to know and another may need to read several books to understand the topic more fully. It also depends on the course concerned as it may request you read outside of what's provided. This is usually the case when you get to Master's level. Some universities work with credits. A credit is worth about 10 hours of studying, so for example a course may be worth 12 Credits so you would be expected to study 120 hours for it. For a completion of a masters info you may be asked to complete 180 credits, i.e. 1800 hours over the whole year. Again these are just estimates as everyone studies differently. Best wishes.
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