Fall Schedule -thanks in advance to anyone who comments...

<p>I know not too many people read these but any info is appreciated! Transferring in the Fall for Chemical Biology. My main concern is keeping my GPA up for grad school apps. I only have 37 credits left to complete in 4 semesters to graduate but I'm debating a minor so I don't want to take too few courses in the Fall.</p>

<p>Phys 7B
Bio 1A & 1AL
Chem 15
Chem 103
= 15 units</p>

<p>Fairly easy semester?</p>

<p>Comments: </p>

<li><p>I already took the equivalent of Bio 1A & 1AL at my CC (same book, same chapters, almost identical labs) and ended up TAing for it but Cal's articulation says I needed to take Zoology or Genetics in addition to fulfill the entire requirement. This is stupid since those two classes don't cover any of the same content as eachother and Zoology was covered in 1B (which I fulfilled already) and my 1A class completed the same chapters on Genetics as Cal but whatever!</p></li>
<li><p>I also already took Phys 7C so I can't image 7B being too much harder. Definitely my weakest subject this semester though...</p></li>
<li><p>Chem 15 is part of General Chemistry quantitative analysis which I already took but it wasn't fully articulated with my CC.</p></li>
<li><p>Last semester I took 25.5 credits (bio, span1, engl2, calc 2, phys1, ochem1 - AAAAAB). This semester I took 22.5 credits (bio, span2, calc3, ochem2, phys3 - AAABB). </p></li>
<li><p>I don't work or really have any other obligations :)</p></li>

<p>Thoughts?? Thanks!</p>

<p>Since you've already taken Bio1a/1al, this schedule shouldn't be much of a problem. I don't know much about Chem 15, but I took Chem 4B and didn't find the quantitative analysis part of it to be that challenging.</p>

<p>Yeah I'm actually in the extensive process of having the articulation reviewed by whomever determines matriculation guidelines to try to get out of at least 1AL since the class I'm missing for full articulation is entirely lecture-based. My counselor probably hates me but I heard 1AL sucks :/ Is it as time consuming as people say? Or wait if you're Chem Eng then didn't have to take lab?</p>

<p>I don't have to take bio 1a at all at Cal thanks to AP Bio, but all of the people I know in ChemBio say that 1AL sucks a lot..I hope you can get out of it haha.</p>