Problems With Freshman Year And Schedule For Sophomore Year?

<p>I don't know what classes I should take next year!
This year has not been my best.
Last semester, I had an A-, 2 B-'s and a D.</p>

<p>This semester.. I'm not sure where I'm going to be.. but best case scenario is an A-, 2 B+'s, and a B.</p>

<p>This semester, I got Spanish 63, Writing 20, Math 103, and Econ 51D (in Leachman's class.. the average grade is a C- now.. I think it's too late to withdraw now.)</p>

<p>Right now, I'm at a B (Spanish 63), B- (Writing 20), and 2 C+'s (Math 103 & Econ 51) (one is actually even lower but I'm taking the 'drop the lowest grade' thing to heart).. :-(
When pledging is done with next week, I HOPE I can make up for some lost time..</p>

<p>Spanish 63 & Writing 20: I hope I can bring these grades up easily. Writing 20, I noticed, that there is a correlation between grades and how much time is spent on the paper. I 'failed' a paper that I did at the last minute, which is making my grade so crappy right now. Spanish 63, I don't know. I do well on the written exams, but haven't been doing so well with class participation, oral exams etc.</p>

<p>Math 103 & Econ 51: I decided to start studying earlier for these classes. However, this week has been tough as pledging has become more time-consuming.. love the frat though and don't regret it! Leachman's class is crazy with its grading system. </p>

<p>Here are classes I'm looking at.
Psy 11, Psy 114, Math 104, Stats 103, Spanish 76, Econ 55, History 100-level class, Phy53L...
I'm thinking of taking five classes next semester if I can get my act together this April to bring my GPA up.
Psychology is one of my greater interests, but it is tough to get a job with this major while it is much easier with Math/Econ (my current set of majors, hopefully..). However, I am seriously considering giving up on Math.</p>

<p>Any recommendations?
Also any recommendations on how to improve study habits?</p>

<p>What exactly are you considering as a profession?</p>

<p>Perhaps consider making Math a minor.</p>

<p>If you're going to take 5 classes, make sure t hedge them with "easy" courses</p>

<p>Perhaps: Econ 55, Spanish 76, Stats 103, and 2 Psych courses</p>

<p>Right now, I'm considering going into law.
I got a 174 on a practice LSAT, so I'm not considering myself an auto-reject despite mediocre grades at Duke.
I could always give up my social life too.. will cut it down a little bit.. but not give it up entirely.
Besides, you need good social skills to be a good lawyer. ;)</p>

<p>I have another question.
Should I take Psy 11 or Psy 92 or 97?</p>

<p>I have become somewhat wary about skipping intro classes.
I got a 5 on AP Chem- I bombed Chem 151.
I got a 5 on AP Calc BC- I'm not bombing Math 103, but it's not a stroll in the park either, I'd throw a party if I got a B in the class.</p>

<p>Damn dude why did you take Chem 151 if you want to do law?</p>

<p>I've taken PSy was not as easy I thought...but I hear Psy 11 is fairly simple.</p>

<p>Possible Chem major at the time, lol.</p>