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As a kid, he never learned the multiplication tables. But he caught on to quantum mechanics in fourth grade, and it took him three months to finish his Danish secondary school. Now Max Fischer-Rasmussen is the youngest student at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) – and for the first time surrounded by people who also see the beauty of mathematics.
Go to re-examination, forget about your grades, and make demands. At the university, there are many new things to deal with, and one is easily overwhelmed. Here, an experienced student tells what she wishes she had known, when she was on the threshold of student life.
So, for no other reason than the fact that it's good, here is the music video that the tutors from The Faculty of Law have produced as a welcome gift to their new fellow students.
The Enlightenment could not have happened, had it not been for Martin Luther, says professor of Theology Anna Vind.