how does my fall schedule look?

<p>C@CM (second half of the semester)
Elementary Chinese
Freshman seminar
Global Histories
a fifth class.....idk yet :)</p>

<p>actually, I'm a bit unsure of that fifth class. Is it supposed to be another ged ed class or any class that i can pick from?</p>

<p>if i pick a math or a science class, do you think that's a pretty heavy loaded schedule?</p>

<p>sorry for the double post, but I'll add statisical reasoning to that. I need 5 PLUS C@CM!</p>

<p>Looks like cake to me. you should be fine</p>

<p>C@CM isn't a real class. It's more like "Can you hit the print button? Good job. Have an A."</p>

<p>Schedule looks good :) typical HSS fare.</p>

<p>hey guys, for that last class i wasn't really sure about, i decided to add "principles of economics" with professor klepper. i've heard he's real good, but also a super hard teacher. has anyone on here had experience w/ that class, or know someone who's taken it?</p>

<p>scheduleman.org is your friend. Also , easy schedule...</p>

<p>It's a hard class. Also a big one (giant lecture hall style). You'll be fine, the rest of your schedule is very easy.</p>

<p>I thought Klepper was a pretty easy professor. You just have to take notes in class and pay attention. His tests are really obvious if you kept up with what was going on in class, so they really shouldn't be that hard.</p>

<p>Be sure you copy down the pricing schedules right, though. I had made a minor mistake while copying down one (make it something like 54 instead of 45) and 1/3 of a test was based on that point. I wound up getting every question wrong. :(</p>

<p>racin reaver - you're the FIRST one EVER to say that. if you don't mind telling, did you get an A? lol. I am thinking of taking Econ as my seminar in the fall, so I don't know if I should sign up for Principles of Economics or not.. I heard it's a different/easier professor in the spring..</p>