I got my schedule for fresh fall semester...is it doable?

<p>major-chemical engineering</p>

<p>Ok, so my school is pretty big, and they automatically assign all freshman their classes. </p>

<p>Here it is.
M-
10:15-12:05 - E 115 - Computing Environ
1:30-2:45 - HON 202 - Inquiry/Discov Lit</p>

<p>T-
8:30-9:45 - CH 101 - Chem Molecular Sci
4:35 - 6:25 - MA 141 - Calculus I</p>

<p>W-
9:10-11:00 - CH 102 - Gen Chem Lab
1:30-2:45 - HON 202 - Inquiry/Discov Lit</p>

<p>Th-
8:30-9:45 - CH 101 - Chem Molecular Sci
4:35 - 6:25 - MA 141 - Calculus I</p>

<p>F-
10:15-12:05 - E 115 - Computing Environ</p>

<p>Any things I should change? I'm thinking I want a different calc time. I like having classes early then the rest of the day free...</p>

<p>edit: oh, and I think I will drop HON eng b/c I don't need it and take physics 1 instead.</p>

<p>I can't edit this again, but do you all think that this is too slack of a schedule?</p>

<p>looks easy to me, but its up to you. I would personally add a fifth class. if your computer environ class uses a higher language like c++ or c# or even java then i would say just add a class that would be easy for you to add substance to your schedule, if its a basic environ class, then get a hefty humanities class in there somewhere.</p>

<p>Doesnt seem too bad</p>

<p>I think I may add a class on chaos (it's an honors seminar). Or maybe astronomy..</p>

<p>Do you think it'd still be pretty easy if I had it just as above but took physics 1 as well? I took ap chem in high school and also ap calc ab. I expect that I could place out of both, but I'm taking the intro classes just to get used to college classes and life.</p>

<p>do you know what language your computer class uses? because debugging could be a ***** when working with higher languages in my perspective. I don't know if it'll be hard to take physics along with chem (in college because i am a rising freshman), but i took honors physics and AP bio at the same time in high school, and i didn't sleep. it wasen't the difficulty per se, it was the amount of labs per week and all that memorization, but it might be different with chemistry due to it being less a rote memorization type class</p>