You need to determine whether you have a legitimate clash and, if so, what to do next. When you first build your timetable you may find you have different types of face-to-face course requirements. Some you need to attend and some you may not. You may find your timetable is full with different lab/prac and workshop groups. It is important to note that large courses will be broken down into smaller lab/prac or workshop groups and you will only need to attend one per course.
If you find that you still have clashes with your courses after you have talked with the course convenor(s), you may need to drop one of your courses and enrol in another one.
Lectures displayed on the timetable builder are not compulsory and are recorded however ideally you should aim to attend as many as you can. If you find two course lectures are clashing there are a couple of options available to you:
- Alternate attending lectures from one course to the other
- Talk to the course conveners and seek their advice
- Change course
All lectures should be recorded and available on Wattle. Please check with the relevant course convenor. Their name can be found on Program and Courses and their contact details on main ANU website.
Tutorials and labs are often compulsory. The timetable builder will display all groups but you only have to sign up to one of them, which ever suits your schedule best. e.g. Tutorial 01/001 , Tutorial 01/002, Tutorial 01/003. These are all tutorial and you sign up for them on Wattle. If unsure, please contact the relevant school or course convenor.