Taking 3 Classes MWF

<p>Is that tough?</p>

<p>I am taking 3 classes MWF two are back to back.</p>

<p>1 class on TTH.</p>

<p>Is that hard, should I change it to two classes a day?</p>

<p>It's perfectly fine. I have FIVE classes on Mondays.</p>

<p>I will be living in a city and I am from a rural town. SO I am not sure if I will be able to work all morning on Tuesday and Thursday instead of just exploring the city.</p>

<p>5 classes sounds intense! What is your major?</p>

<p>I take five classes a quarter. Most are MWF since the bulk are math and physics. Your schedule sounds fine.</p>

<p>It depends what you want. I specifically avoided MWF classes, because I'd like to have the option to go out on Thursdays. I did get one every-day class, but I just scheduled it late. Because of that, though I go to all of my classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and only have one afternoon class on Wednesday and Friday, and two on Monday.</p>

<p>I have three on both days, not too worried about it to be honest. You took 4-8 in high school, all 5 days of the week, college should be much more lax (especially in my case, my classes don't start until 10:45 MWF!).</p>

<p>I've always had classes only on MWF, it's not bad at all. Especially if your instructor has a habit of letting class out early. This year my schedule is everywhere, every day and then a couple of night classes. It's not bad, like person above said in high school you did everything all day everyday. And it's only for one semester.</p>

<p>but isn't the workload way harder, like more intense homework and studying?</p>

<p>What about exam days?</p>

<p><em>sigh</em> It depends on the class, we can't answer that for you.</p>

<p>For some reason, at my school, finals are scheduled at diffrent times then what the class times are. As such schedules should be made to fit just in case. Example:</p>

<p>12:15-1:30 class</p>

<p>final time 10:15-1:30</p>

<p>now you can imagine what thats like when you have a 9:30-10:30 class whom would probably start at 8:30-10:30.</p>

<p>hmmm. don't worry about it. Outside of the first quarter of freshmen year, I've never NOT taken 3+ classes MWF.</p>

<p>Three MWF classes is extremely easy most of the time. I specifically avoid TR classes so that I have time for other things, so I usually have 5-6 MWF classes, which I've found very manageable so far.</p>