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CCCs with relatively easy English/Humanity courses

1jupiter99tang21jupiter99tang2 Registered User Posts: 304 Member
edited April 2011 in UC Transfers
I am really bad at literature/English, however I am very strong at Math/Science,in order to get a high GPA(like 3.5ish) are there any CCCS that match me?
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Replies to: CCCs with relatively easy English/Humanity courses

  • TheKevinHortonTheKevinHorton Registered User Posts: 112 Junior Member
    Every community college has a good amount of easy English/Hum classes. It's community college. Use ratemyprofessors.com to avoid the 1/20 that are hard.
  • feedayeenfeedayeen Registered User Posts: 197 Junior Member
    Humanity classes are just about memorizing quotes or simple ideas for a few hours... don't worry about them. As for English, look for a teacher who allows you to take many liberties with essay prompts.

    Example, I managed to write essays about the history of the Dot-Com Bubble, a cost-benefit analysis on the human dependence on technology, a history of astronomical theory, and information processing theory. Our prompts had been relating to a social conservative who wrote about California's hippies, I so consider my essays a success.
  • angryengineerangryengineer - Posts: 80 Junior Member
    ^ how modest of you to consider your own papers a success
  • feedayeenfeedayeen Registered User Posts: 197 Junior Member
    ^ Nope, I don't consider the paper's a success in terms of them being publishable, I consider them a success in terms of me getting A's and being mildly interested in the topics despite their intended prompts being related to things like the Donor Party and government paranoia.
  • poserbruinposerbruin Registered User Posts: 349 Member
    Most CC's have Writing Tutoring Labs where you they'll have English professors who'll help you with your papers for free. See if your school's English dept has one.
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