Yeah, it's definitely manageable. 1890 should be a bit different than you might expect though, and the guy told me he's only given out 1 A+ a few semesters ago, so if you're looking for a A+, take some other class. But, the class was very enlightening if you're willing to put in the work.
Last edited by WongTongTong; 06-30-2012 at 11:01 PM.
@wong thanks for the typo hahahhaha, I'm not looking for the A+ it just seemed interesting to me
@islander yeah I figured it was going to but that's fine, I'm actually really interested in learning the language since I visited there. I also have about 4 years of Latin under my belt and I heard they were sort of similar so that should help
if you're physics in CAS, then 1920 or 2220 (they're both multivariable calculus classes, although 1920 is more popular among physics majors) is the way to go. When I took 1116, a lot of my classmates were either in 1920 or 2220 at the same time. You can take Linear Algebra first if you want (you're in CAS so you have more flexibility), but Multivariable is going to help a lot more for Phys 2213 or Phys 2217 (Physics II: E/M)
The problem with recommendations on FWS classes is that the instructors may change and that can impact the easiness/hardness of the class. Also, the student is limited by what classes will fit into their schedule. My daughter made up a schedule on Schedulizer and then looked for FWS classes that were available during her open times and ranked the 5 most interesting classes from there. She tried to look up info on the instructors, but I don't think she found any on the one she ended up with. It didn't turn out ideal - she did not get her first choice, but she managed somehow.