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What should I do. need some advice? Topic: College creative writing assignments
June 16, 2019 / By Emiline
Question: im going to ucr and my major is biology the classes I'm taking are Eng, math 8A ( pre cal) chem 1w ( which is a pass or fail class so it doesn't affect my GPA =[ ) , honors lecture class and an honors world politics class total 19 units is that 2 much? the reason im taking 5 classes is because chem 1w doesn't give a grade and it wont affect my GPA.. im taking it like a practice course for chem 1a whats ur advice.. btw i wont take honors world politics 2nd quarter THANKS!!
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Chryssa Chryssa | 5 days ago
Is Chem 1w required? If it's not, don't take it. What do you enjoy? The rule is that for every hard class, take 1-2 easy classes. For example: I stink at math and science. Sorry, it's just me. I also struggle in Politics. Here's my first schedule: Calc 1 Web Design (easy to me) Karate (easy to me AND required) Biology + lab (yuck) Creative Writing (easy peasy!) There you go - a class load. For every hour I spent working on Biology or Math, I spent 10 minutes on the other classes. I could write a 20 page report or a 10 page short story in a little under an hour. A full math assignment usually took me 2. It made it really easy to manage the course load. If you look at your schedule and there aren't many classes you think you're automatically enjoy, scratch that. General classes can usually be taken at any point during your first 2 years of college. You can add in some elective (i.e. languages, astronomy, etc) for a little bit of something fun. Remember: don't get burned out. Don't get so focused on that degree that you forget to just have fun! Join a club! Lighten your load by taking some classes that look like fun to you. I finished college in 3 years. I saved about $30,000, but I also lost a year I could have spent just being a college student! I was so focused on school that I neglected enjoying those years. Now I've been out of school for a few years, I wish I would have just taken those fun classes or slowed down to really enjoy the college life!
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i think thats way too much especially if your a freshman (no offense!) you just need to get used to the college life and make a smooth transition. i would drop a class, probably the chem because it doesn't effect your GPA. good luck!
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