Easy UCSD Courses

<p>I need a filler course and would love to take something that is easy (ie. GPA booster).
Any recommendations people?</p>

<p>Physics 2A</p>

<p>chem6 a/b/c</p>

<p>lol, you guys are messed up. lign7/8, mae9</p>

<p>CSE 12</p>


<p>chem 131 - 133</p>

<p>mae 143a hehehe</p>

<p>Physics 130A</p>

<p>Anything related to science is hard to me, lol.</p>

<p>if you're ok with having essay/short answer exams instead of multiple choice, i think Poli 10 and poli 12 are the easiest classes, poli 10 probably being the easier of the two. it's hard not to get an A. </p>

<p>lower division bio courses are pretty easy too, as far as i know</p>

<p>I second CSE12</p>

<p>PHIL 181
CHEM 6BL- only 3 units</p>

<p>PHYS 130A, indeed! Especially with Sham.</p>

<p>I third CSE 12!</p>

<p>fine arts classes...duh</p>

fine arts classes...duh


<p>The 'fine' distinction make them difficult, brah.</p>

<p>I think the easiest class I've taken - ever - was CSE 3. I took it for GE credit... if you know how to use a computer, you can pass. If you go to all of the labs, you're almost guaranteed to get an A+.</p>

<p>My suitemate would agree with CSE 12. I, on the other hand, wouldn't even list it as a joke. </p>

<p>I'm also taking Psych 60, which isn't too bad so far (and by "isn't too bad," I mean that I've gone to about 5 of the lectures and 2 of the discussions and currently have a 98.5%. I did study for the midterms, though).</p>

<p>Ok here's a serious answer...</p>

<p>Beatles Class if you haven't done your fine arts requirement yet (not sure what the code is for it though).</p>

<p>Can someone explain CSE12 to me? I know it has a reputation with Gillespie. Talks about his dog, stares at ceiling, monotone voice? Long homeworks and a difficult midterm. </p>

<p>I don't know the details though. What is exactly that makes the midterm so hard? I saw the sample midterm on the class website. Is it about pointers and anal language syntax details that makes the midterm hard? Final exam still hard but less hard than the midterm? How so? What is it about memory diagrams?</p>

<p>The new 2009-2010 school year has Kube for CSE12 for 2010 Winter/Spring. Good news for those wanting to avoid Gillespie? Although it won't apply to me. </p>