I'm starting my sophomore year of college as a biology major in the fall (I'm living on campus), which I'm nervous about, but that's another story. I'm worried I've bitten off more than I can chew. The past two semesters, I've taken 13 and 12 hours, respectively, and had more free time than anyone I knew, so I figured I can handle more hours. This coming semester I'm taking 15 hours: Organic Chemistry 1 (3 hours), Organismal Biology (3 hours), Philosophy (3 hours), Beginning Fencing (1 hour), Beginning Acting (3 hours), Organic Chemistry Lab (1 hour, but the actual amount of time in lab is 3 hours), and Organismal Biology Lab (1 hour, but the amount of time in lab is 3 hours). I have also been chosen to be a Supplemental Instructor for General Chemistry 1, which means I sit in on a 3 hour General Chemistry 1 class, then hold 3 hours of study sessions and 2 hours of office hours. All of this is compacted into Monday-Thursday (I need Fridays to go home, because I'm a bit of a homebody and get antsy being on campus for a long time). If I manage my time, do you think this is manageable? I'm pretty much done for the day by 3:30pm on M/W and 5:00pm on T/Th, so I have time for my office hours/study sessions in the evening and homework in the evening/night. Has anyone had a similar situation and lived to tell the tale, or should I drop fencing (it's just a fun class I don't need but wanted)?