Workshops run towards the end of each term to help you review new material you've covered. They give you the opportunity to practise questions and solve problems together with your peers and under the supervision of one or two members of academic staff.
Workshops typically last for 90 minutes and there are generally 20-30 students per workshop group.
The academic staff will circulate the group, offering advice and support, and will identify any misconceptions or problems you may have.
Some workshops are interleaved with the laboratory course and are used to teach spectroscopy and stereochemistry, reinforcing the connection between lectures or textbooks and the practical aspects of the course.
Workshop groups typically contain 20-30 students.
Workshops last 90 minutes.