Is this SUMMER schedule doable?

<p>Chinese 10 - 10 units
(Chinese 10A & 10B combined)
Math 53 - 4 units</p>

<p>They are both in the C session... Any thoughts?</p>

<p>if you want to work your @$$ off during the summer, then yes...keep in mind that would be 14 units, which is more than some people take even in one semester. plus, you're pushing that all into about half the time of a regular semester. pretty much, expect at least double the amount of work you do on a regular basis during the school year if you want to take that summer load.</p>

<p>i think thats extremely though, unless your chinese is really really good and your math is good. look at summer units as double regular semster units. so that schedule would be 28units. but like i said if you already know chinese and yourr math is pretty good it would be mediocore</p>

<p>Why on earth would you want to do that to yourself? Summer is for getting rid of a course like Math 53. Just do that and take Chinese during the regular school year. Language classes tend to take up an annoying amount of time.</p>

<p>If it were me I may be able to do it, but that's only because I'm a native speaker and I had learned math53 material in cc. But I would imagine the summer will be all homework and no life.</p>

<p>the instructor during summer for chinese 10 is fantastic (i've had her for the past 4 semesters).</p>

<p>learning chinese requires a lot of effort. it's not so much because difficult to learn, but you gotta put in a certain number of hours to get it-expect a lot of work.</p>

<p>Yeah I wouldn't do it. Summer units are like double units. Most people take 4 - 8.</p>

<p>I'd just take Math 53.</p>

<p>You're insane.</p>