Berkeley Spring Admit Schedule (Not FPF)

<p>Hey guys, I'm a 2014 spring admit to UC Berkeley and I wasn't fortunate enough to get into FPF. My major is ME and I'm trying to keep up with the Fall admits and graduate in 4 years. I was wondering if taking Math 53, Phys 7A, E7, and E10 in one semester is a good idea or not... and if not, which engineering class should I drop?</p>

<p>I think it would be a bad idea to do 4 technicals your first semester. I would drop E7 because it is a very time consuming class (the assignments take 10+ hours per week). That would put you at 11 units though so maybe take an easy humanities class or a 1 unit seminar (I would suggest BioE 25, very easy) to get to the required 12 units.</p>

<p>I was FPF last year and took Physics 7A, Math 53, and E10; it was a great schedule. Take a humanities or R1B or something else.</p>

<p>EDIT: LOL, yeah I took BioE25, too. My schedule last year was so chill.</p>

<p>So, Phys 7A, Math 53, E10, English R1B, and BioE25? i’m thinking about using bio engineering to fulfill my series requirement too</p>

<p>It wouldn’t fulfill anything. If you take your R1B, BioE25 is useless. I only took BioE25 because I wanted to take 12 units since it was my first non-fpf semester.</p>