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How likely am I to die next semester?

whs2012whs2012 Registered User Posts: 391 Member
edited October 2012 in Emory University

Biology 142 -- Gilson
Chemistry 222 -- Weinschenk
Chemistry 222L -- McCormick
Physics 142 -- Weeks
NBB 201 -- Konner

I HAVE to take Orgo and Physics this upcoming semester.

Any suggestions?... I'm a sophomore pre-med.
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Replies to: How likely am I to die next semester?

  • mitchklongmitchklong Registered User Posts: 813 Member
    If you are worried these are chalenging classes for you. Rule of thumb, always scheduled something tough along with something easy and something fun.

    As far as next semester I always kept the drop date in the front of my mind of any class. If you get into trouble, bail on the class you are doing the worst in and retake next fall.
  • aluminum_boataluminum_boat Registered User Posts: 1,539 Senior Member
    If NBB is time consuming, I'd take something else instead of that. The other three sciences are manageable if the fourth class isn't too tough.
  • whenhenwhenhen Registered User Posts: 5,638 Senior Member
    Considering the average life expectancy for people born in the US in 1993 is about 75.57 years, and because Emory requires students to have health insurance, and has an excellent hospital on premise, two factors which decrease odds of dying, I'd say that in all probability you'll be alive next semester.
  • whs2012whs2012 Registered User Posts: 391 Member
    I don't think NBB 201 will be all that bad.

    Btw, I was born in 1994. :P
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