Does this look like a tough college schedule?





I am planning out my classes I wish to take, although I can not sign up yet..I can still play around with them.I cut drinking and partying out of my life and want to give school my ALLThis is at a community college, and I want to transfer to either a UC or CSU...I'm really good at english, and essay writing..so english doesn't look tough to me,then history is just reading and understanding the textbook, I'm sure I'll do fine there,Biology is the only one I'd probably have to really spend my time trying to understand. I've taken a child development 10th grade in High School, so that does not look too bad, and I love learning about the body and it's development. Introduction to the arts...I have no clue what the really is, I assume its learning about art.. :pDoes this look doable, or like it's too much work? I haven't been in a real school for a while now, High School I was in independent studies.Monday English 100, 7:30am-9:15amHistory 110, 11:00am-12:15amBio 100, 12:30pm-1:45pm ~3:00pm-5:45pmTuesdayChild Development/Psyc 121, 11:00am-12:15pmWednesdayEnglish 100, 7:30am-9:15amHistory 110, 11:00am-12:15amBio 100, 12:30pm-1:45pm ~3:00pm-5:45pmThursdayChild Development, 11:00am-12:15pmHumanity 101-Introduction to the arts, 6:30pm-9-15pmFridayNo class.



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4 Answers to “Does this look like a tough college schedule?”

  1. eudist says:

    How long is this schedule for? 8wks, 10wks, 16wks?BTW – You made the right decision in cutting out your extra activities. I am a firm believer that in order for you to get where you want to go, you can’t allow stuff that doesn’t promote your success in some valuable way, to leech away your time or resources. Good for you!Now, three classes a day, three times a week doesn’t seem very taxing…but not knowing what your Career Pathway to success (Advisement Plan) looks like for your degree program it’s difficult to say. Also, it will really depend on the amount of homework, exams and out of class reading/studying that will be required for each course.One thing I noticed right away that you seemed to have left off this schedule…MATH! An introductory to college algebra or basic statistics should be included into your plan as early as possible! If you’re good at math, it will be no big deal…if you hate math, then you’ll be able to get it out of the way early and focus on courses you like! Either way – win/win! Another subject you should include (at some point) is a Computer course. Just to have it on your transcript and to ensure you’re as smart about computer basics as you think you are :) If you are seeking a degree in child development, there should already be a sample degree plan for you to look at and modify in your College Bulletin. Unless your school is different than any other one – they want you to take only the classes you need to attain a degree and be successful in your field, so seek out an academic adviser at your college for your degree.Good luck.

  2. koverzin says:

    It’s doable,you just have to learn to manage your time.It’s good that you decided to cut out partying and drinking,because you wouldn’t do so well with the monday classesif you party all weekend.It’s also good that you have a light schedule every other day,and a long weekend to study and work hard,Just don’t procrastinate. Get things done as soon as you can, whenever you have time (even the time inbetween classes),and you’ll be fine.

  3. magilla says:

    This looks like a normal, full time student schedule to me. You’re right about Biology being the hardest class. There will be a lot of reading and concept understanding and it will have it’s own new “language” that can be tough if you have a hard time with that sort of thing. There will also be a lot of memorization but the flip side is that it’s very interesting and will be a topic that you will be able to use for the rest of your life. History is more than reading the book and understanding it. You will be asked to do some reasoning and evaluating how history has affected the future. There will be papers to write and careful comparisons and contrasts to be drawn between different events and people. You might want to cut back on one class, just to give yourself a little breathing room to ease back into the academic rigors. I envy you. I have my degree, but I loved college and would go back for another degree if I could. Good luck!

  4. hciwroN says:

    This is very doable. I would even say it is kind of light (at least by some peoples standards).Don’t stress about it. You only have 2 classes that are probably going to be time consuming (biology and english).Good Luck!