Scheduling classes--how much leeway between?


<p>At my last school there was some 7 minutes of leeway between classes. Is there the same buffer at UT? If the buildings are relatively close, could I schedule them one after the other?</p>


<p>^It all depends on what class and where it is located. Personally, I am a fast walker so I can get to class really quick (although my legs start to ache towards the end of the day) and you can also take the bus.</p>

<p>I would recommend about 30 minutes in between so you can get to class and also prepare for lecture or whatnot.</p>

<p>if your class is 1 hour it is actually a 50 minute lecture with 10 minute "passing period"
if your class is an hour and 30 minutes long its actually an hour and 15 minutes long with a 15 minute "passing period"</p>

<p>How long would it generally take to walk from Jester or Moore-Hill to the RLM building?</p>

<p>It is almost always okay to schedule classes back to back but think about this if the first class is one that you might want to stay after class to ask questions.</p>

<p>iambored is right. i had some back to back classes, its not that bad really, but when registering, I would make sure that those classes aren't too far away, especially if it's a MWF class. My friend had a problem where her classes were across campus. Didn't work out too well, and I wouldn't neccesarily depend on the bus all the time, especially if its the WC bus.</p>

Jester to RLM is around 7 minutes. i lived in jester and had an 8:30 calc discussion in RLM. i usually left around 8:20 (normal-paced walking)-8:25 (speed walking)</p>

<p>Once again thank you samster haha</p>