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Opinions On My Spring Schedule

retroduderetrodude Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
So for spring im debating if i should pick these classes:
Economics 1
Math 16A
Statistics 21
[Insert Easy Breadth Class Here]

Total Units: 12 + Breadth Class

So my question, is this an ideal schedule? Ive been hearing from a few people that it might be difficult only because Econ requires a lot and statistics is also hard. Also i struggle with Calculus which is why im considering taking Math 16A. What if i take Math 32 instead???
IDK, i just need opinions please. :)

Intended Econ Major, going through the theoretical route.
Also what do u think about these professors? any comments?
Econ = Olney
Stats = D'Abrera
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Replies to: Opinions On My Spring Schedule

  • Batman17Batman17 Registered User Posts: 3,221 Senior Member
    not too bad. stats 21 should be easy..isn't it the one for business majors? 16a is like precalc/calc so you should be fine, but that really depends on how confident you are with your math knowledge. can't comment on econ, though i'll have to take it in the future...
  • arduouspallorarduouspallor Registered User Posts: 1,106 Senior Member
    I talked with some friends and they say Econ 1 is Phase II-able but Olney is very popular and the best sections will have full waitlists when you sign up.
  • calbear2012calbear2012 Registered User Posts: 907 Member
    I put my stamp of approval. Math 16A is pretty easy.
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