Are these 5 classes doable to take in my case?

<p>1- Financial Accounting
2- Business Statistics
3- Macroeconomics
4- Business Communications
5- American History </p>

<p>So my first 2 classes would be the most challenging classes since I'm very weak at math. I'm having second thoughts of dropping a class so I can focus on these two. </p>

<p>What do you guys think/recommend? Oh and btw I'm at a community college.</p>

<p>At my school fin acct and bus stats are both very difficult classes so many people take them in separate semesters. If you think you will be too challenged, drop one of the classes at take it next semester. But see if you can take a different class in its place (even like an intro to religions or philosophy class as many schools require a few of those in the common curriculum. That is if you plan on transferring for a BA, of course). You will need a decent gpa to transfer to a good school (ie around a 3.5 for a top University of California) and you don’t want to ruin your chances by taking classes you can’t handle.
If, however, the other three classes are a walk in the park and the top two classes are the only ones you will have to study for then that might not be that much to handle. Don’t over challenge yourself but don’t sell yourself short either and pick the easiest curriculum possible.</p>

<p>Thanks for the reply </p>

<p>Would appreciate some more opinions :)</p>


<p>It really depends on how those classes are taught and how well you personally cope with the material. </p>

<p>Can you drop a class in the first few weeks of the term? Most colleges have an add-drop period when you can drop classes without having to pay for them and with no mention on your transcript.</p>

<p>If that’s an option for you, I’d give your current courseload a try and see how it goes. You could even attend an easy 6th class for a little while to give yourself more options. (I often go to 6-8 classes in the first week before I decide on my final schedule. This way I can pick instructors I like and also make sure that my workload is not overwhelming.)</p>