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Two Writing Classes at Once?

Ampfh17Ampfh17 Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
I'm getting ready to schedule my first second semester classes. I love writing and I was thinking of taking Screenwriting and Introduction to Poetry or Screenwriting and Introduction to Fiction or Introduction to Poetry and Introduction to Fiction. Do you think taking two writing classes at once, along with Arabic and either a philosophy, literature, or film class. I'm undecided but I'm leaning towards writing but I don't want to be taking to many writing classes. Any advice would be great.

Replies to: Two Writing Classes at Once?

  • TakeYourSuccessTakeYourSuccess Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
    I don't see a problem in taking two writing classes during the same semester. As long as you are able to compartmentalize and not confuse one style of writing in one class with another style in the other class, you'll be fine. Writing skills are very important to develop.
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