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Your Schedule

Postby Durin » Mon Sep 22, 2008 11:59 pm UTC

Discuss your schedule for this year. College, High School, whatever. What classes are you liking/looking forward to and which ones are you hating?

My schedule is.

First Semester:
1: AP US History
2a: Office Aide
2b: Choir
3: Chemistry Honors
4: Algebra 2 Honors

Second Semester:
1: AP English III (Language and Composition)
2a: SAT Reading
2b: Choir
3: Pre-Calculus Honors
4: Physics Honors

This semester I like everything. I'm a fan of History and the teacher is REALLY cool (not as cool as my AP World teacher but I can deal). Office Aide is kind of boring but the lady I'm office aide for is really nice. Choir is always fun. Chemistry, once again AWESOME teacher and a fun subject (watching gummy bears explode haha). Algebra 2. Well, the teacher is okay at teaching. She makes some funny comments, but not as intriguing as my other teachers. I like Math as well as Science so the subject material is interesting.

Next semester. AP English III. Oh god. I got the hard teacher and I'm coming from the normal Sophomore English class instead of Honors, so I'm already behind most of the students. SAT Reading is going to be kind of lame, but I'm hoping the teacher is cool. Pre-Calculus is more Math. I hope the teacher is more like my Chemistry teacher or my US History teacher. As for Physics, this is what I'm REALLY looking forward to. I can't wait for this class.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby ensvensk » Tue Sep 23, 2008 12:51 am UTC

Semester 1 & 2:
AP Macroeconomics / AP Government
AP Computer Science 1
AP Biology
AP English IV: Literature
AP Physics C
AP Calculus BC
AP Chemistry

Not much to say really; Calculus BC is harder than expected. Chemistry is more fun than expected. Biology is moving at a snail's pace. Comp Sci is just review. Literature is crap (What does this poem mean? I don't know, nor do I care!) I'm just really glad I took early release one of the days.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Alpha Omicron » Tue Sep 23, 2008 1:26 am UTC

First year university - Honours Mathematics (Co-op)

MATH 135 - Linear Algebra
MATH 137 - Calculus for Honours Math
PHIL 100 - Intro. to Philosophy
PHIL 145 - Critical Thinking
CS 115 - Intro. to Computer Science

Don't like PHIL 145 or CS 115. Love everything else.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Ieatsoap6 » Tue Sep 23, 2008 1:40 am UTC

Mua 1500 - Jazz appreciation
Astr 1020 - Stars and stuff
Math 3435 - Intro to Linear Algebra
Math 3260 - Diff. Eq.
Math 4250 - Complex Analysis

Pretty sweet stuff.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Why Two Kay » Tue Sep 23, 2008 1:45 am UTC

Senior in High School. Every class, every day.

Semester1:
1st - AP Computer Science 2/AB
2nd - AP Statistics
3rd - AP Calc BC
(Lunch goes here)
4th - AP Physics C
5th - AP US Government
6th - AP English 4 Lit

Semester2:
1st - AP Computer Science 2/AB
2nd - AP Statistics
3rd - AP Calc BC
(Lunch goes here)
4th - AP Physics C
5th - AP Macroeconomics
6th - AP English 4 Lit
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby setris » Tue Sep 23, 2008 2:13 am UTC

Senior Year in high school. Rotating schedule with 6 classes and two free periods

AP Computer Science A
AP Latin: Virgil
AP English Literature
AP Calculus BC
AP Physics C
Morality (Semester I)
Question of God in the Modern World (Semester II)

AP Computer Science is easy enough, plus I have my track coach as a teacher. Latin's turning out to be easier than I expected, so no complaints there. Literature's a bit too abstract for my liking (I like abstract, but this stuff's just downright out there), and almost seems like we're doing a bit much, even for an AP. I'm liking calculus, but then again I've always gone for math. The workload for physics is ridiculous, but I like the class itself, so I'm sticking with it. And the last two are the requisite religion classes everyone has to take, and they're not sorted into any type of tier system, so they're easy as usual. So four easy classes and two pains in the ass; not too shabby.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Mr. Beck » Tue Sep 23, 2008 2:59 am UTC

Junior in high school, planning to graduate early.
High school classes are the same every day:

Precalc/Trig: Teacher is very good but bit of a dick.
English: Great
Chemistry: Moving waaay to slow.
-Weird 20 minute organizational break-
U.S. Government: Awesome teacher.
-lunch *does Japanese homework*-
Japanese II: Awesome, very Japanese, Teacher- but more like Japanese 1.2 as our first year was crap.
Free Period: *Plays cards and chats with buddies*
-Second weird organizational break-
*Walks The Girl home*

Classes at the Community college, once a week for 2 hours 45m.
Intro to Philosophy: Teacher is a genius, but there's tons of homework.
Intro to Sociology: Subject is interesting. Professor is not.

Overall I think I got a pretty good draw this year.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Durin » Tue Sep 23, 2008 3:10 am UTC

Why Two Kay wrote:Senior in High School. Every class, every day.

Semester1:
1st - AP Computer Science 2/AB
2nd - AP Statistics
3rd - AP Calc BC
(Lunch goes here)
4th - AP Physics C
5th - AP US Government
6th - AP English 4 Lit

Semester2:
1st - AP Computer Science 2/AB
2nd - AP Statistics
3rd - AP Calc BC
(Lunch goes here)
4th - AP Physics C
5th - AP Macroeconomics
6th - AP English 4 Lit


This looks like my schedule that I plan on for next year except replace AP CS 2 with AP CS 1 and AP Statistics with Choir.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby niko7865 » Tue Sep 23, 2008 4:35 pm UTC

Semester 1
Math 315 Differential Equations
Physics 320 Classical Mechanics
Physics 341 Electrodynamics
Physics 443 Optics
Physics 599 Special Problems (credit for working in a shock physics lab)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Cass » Tue Sep 23, 2008 5:37 pm UTC

Semester 1

Mech 141 (Basicly statics in 3d)
physics 122 (most boring classical mechanics class of my life)
engr 020 (Capp but in university)
math 100 (Calculus 1)
math 133 (linear algebra)
csc 111 (C++ wih engineering aplications.)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Meltz » Tue Sep 23, 2008 9:26 pm UTC

Semester IV - EE major @ LeTourneau University (you'll probably have to look it up)
Dynamics - Recently switched from an extremely hard grading nazi prof (with a semester-long, education-killing project) to a fairly difficult...normal prof (with no project).
Electronics I (lecture)
Electronics I (lab)
Electronics I (lecture for the lab)
Intro to Microcontrollers
Engineering project management (...yeah, i've been to about 30% of the classes and have done about 10% of the hmwk so far - i'll still get an A though, don't worry)

So far (other than semester I), this is the easiest semester/lightest load for me yet!

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby codyhotel » Tue Sep 23, 2008 9:42 pm UTC

Alpha Omicron wrote:First year university - Honours Mathematics (Co-op)

MATH 135 - Linear Algebra
MATH 137 - Calculus for Honours Math
PHIL 100 - Intro. to Philosophy
PHIL 145 - Critical Thinking
CS 115 - Intro. to Computer Science

Don't like PHIL 145 or CS 155. Love everything else.


I'm taking Critical Thinking next semester at Manitoba, i'm assuming the course will be similar. What exactly does it entail? I took it because i needed an arts course and assumed that because it was an engineering requirement it would be interesting.

Also, I might be joining you in Waterloo next year if I get into the Pharmacy program there and not here.

And so this post isn't a complete waste, This semester I have:

CHEM 1300 - Structure and Modelling
BIOL 1020 - Principles & Themes
MATH 1500 - Calculus 1
PHYS 1020 - General (Classical) Physics 1
HIST 1350 - Western Civilizations up to 1500

and then next semester i have the second part of the chemistry, biology and physics courses in addition to:
PHIL 1410 - Critical Thinking
COMP 1020 - Introductory Computer Science
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Perusse » Tue Sep 23, 2008 11:48 pm UTC

ensvensk wrote:Semester 1 & 2:
AP Macroeconomics / AP Government
AP Computer Science 1
AP Biology
AP English IV: Literature
AP Physics C
AP Calculus BC
AP Chemistry

Not much to say really; Calculus BC is harder than expected. Chemistry is more fun than expected. Biology is moving at a snail's pace. Comp Sci is just review. Literature is crap (What does this poem mean? I don't know, nor do I care!) I'm just really glad I took early release one of the days.


I think I know you... Anyway, my schedule:
PAP Physics (slowest. class.ever)
AP Chemistry
AP Statistics (we've just started doing actual math. yes!)
Academic Decathlon
AP US History
AP Macroeconomics
AP Calculus BC (teacher sucks)
AP English Language

So, Calc BC teacher can't teach to save her life; I love AP chem, PAP physics would be more fun if they moved faster (I'm only a junior and we have to take PAP before we can take the actual AP class) and I should not have taken Statistics...

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby mochafairy » Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:28 am UTC

this semester
chem116: gen chem for engineers 2 (prof boring, don't understand why non-engineers would subject themselves to this class)
math261: calc 3 (he tells lots of lame math jokes, which is awesome)
ece 201: linear circuit analysis (I love this class...prof is awesome and subject is interesting)
ece 207: electronic measurement techniques (lab for 201) (my ta likes to announce to the class every week that I, again, have the highest lab grade)
phys 172: modern mechanics (prof sucks at teaching, only reason I go is because part of my grade is attendance)
and an engineering seminar (I don't remember the number)(I want this class to die)

don't know about next semester yet. I should start planning...
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby trebach » Wed Sep 24, 2008 3:02 am UTC

5th semester
CMSC 256: Java part 2
CMSC 301: Discrete Structures
HIST 104: American History part 2
ARTH 270: History of Motion Picture
RELS 340: Global Ethics and World Religions
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby niteice » Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:50 pm UTC

M 140 Precalculus (my high school precalc teacher was a total tard and I wound up with a C in the class...but I wound up with a B in calc the year after. math department here says NO U and makes me take precalc again.)
RPW 111 Rhetoric and Writing II
CS 115 Computer Programming II
AUCW 210 America to 1865
DIA 100 Freshman Dialog


yeah...not very demanding for a first semester freshman.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby serenity5x5 » Wed Sep 24, 2008 3:33 pm UTC

1st Quarter:
CHEM 210 - Organic Chemistry
GEN ENG 205- Engineering Analysis IV
PHYS 135-2 - Physics (Electricity and Mag)
ENVR SCI 203 - Energy and the Environment: The Automobile
SESP 291 - Undergraduate Tutoring and Mentoring
Plus non-credit private piano lessons.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby astro » Wed Sep 24, 2008 4:57 pm UTC

7th Semester:

AAE 412 - Computational Fluid Dynamics
(This class is pretty cool...with the exception of having to learn Fortran...C's retarded little brother)

AAE 454 - Advanced Aerospace structure Analysis
(Since this would be would be the 5th or so structure mechanics for people in the class, we are doing a project with a decommissioned T-37 from the Air Force)

AAE 450 - Astronautics Senior Design
(Because I am graduating early, I have to take senior design now...we are designing a rocket plane that goes around mach 2...at 300,000ft+)

CHM 373- P. Chem & Thermodynamics
(I needed one more propulsion class, they said thermo counted, this would be like the 4th class on the subject...the prof. is crazy, so its pretty awesome)

RUSS 101 - Intro to Russian
(Why the hell not?)

TA for ENGR 126
(Technically not a "class" but I still have to show up, and do work for it, so it counts)

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby baker's kilobyte » Wed Sep 24, 2008 5:08 pm UTC

Alpha Omicron wrote:First year university - Honours Mathematics (Co-op)

MATH 135 - Linear Algebra
MATH 137 - Calculus for Honours Math
PHIL 100 - Intro. to Philosophy
PHIL 145 - Critical Thinking
CS 115 - Intro. to Computer Science

Don't like PHIL 145 or CS 155. Love everything else.


MATH 135 was one of the best math courses I have ever taken. ...Why don't you like 115, though? I'm interested in knowing 'cause I'm planning on tutoring that course next semester (if I get the job :D).

Anyway--

Second year, first semester - Honours CS

MATH 235 - Linear Algebra II
MATH 239 - Intro to Combinatorics and Graph Theory
STAT 230 - Intro to Probability
CS 241 - Intro to Sequential Programming
CS 251 - Computer Organization and Design

I love my combinatorics and cs classes, lin. alg. II is much better than lin. alg. I, and stats is just the most boring class ever. Come to think of it, I should actually be at my stats lecture right now... :roll:

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Jackster » Wed Sep 24, 2008 10:08 pm UTC

This year I'm taking Higher English, Higher Maths, Higher Physics, Higher Computing and Higher Modern Studies.

So far I'm liking English the best because I've got a really good teacher. Physics, Computing and Modern Studies are going pretty well because I've got pretty good teachers and I like the subjects. I'm hating maths this year, my teacher is a psycho, she can be really nice one minute then turn on the whole class the next for no apparent reason :(

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby curious and questioning » Thu Sep 25, 2008 2:09 am UTC

(sophomore; high school)

1. regents physics (I should probably learn this stuff before AP. Easy, at least so far. I love physics as a subject, and the teacher is awesome.)
2. gym is a requisite class, alternates with a second period of physics every other day
3. global history 2H (wishing I'd taken AP World instead, but only because the grades for that are curved more. The hardest class I'm taking, I think. Interesting, but I don't know how well this teacher's method (talk; have us take notes randomly) will have me retain information which could be a problem as he doesn't review)
4. lunch/orchestra alternating (I like playing music. Orchestra is fun.)
5. concert band (Every day I wish I were in a higher level band with a different teacher. Next year... for now this is okay.)
6. math 4H (essentially precalculus/some calc, prepares for AP Calculus BC. Fun and easy.)
7. Italian 3 (I am taking the state-mandated exam for a distinguished diploma and never taking Italian in high school again. They don't offer honors and the class is so slow... I sit near friends and we always talk.)
8. English 10H (Boring and I hate the teacher. We aren't reading anything good this year, the class moves too slowly, we have stupid arbitrary requirements. I know the definitions of words and how to read and write, mmkay?)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Sir_Elderberry » Thu Sep 25, 2008 3:27 am UTC

High school, Junior

1. Psych (8:15 - 9:05)
2. AP English III (9:10 - 10:00)
3. Biology (10:05 - 10:55)
4. Speech/Debate (11:00 - 11:45)
Lunch (11:45 - 12:15)
Calculus III (switching to diff. eq. next semester) Goes from whenever-my-bus-gets-there (12:35ish) to 2:05
AP Physics C: E&M (2:20 - 3:35)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Windmill » Thu Sep 25, 2008 4:49 am UTC

Math 1351 - Cal I (so boring)
ENGR 1315 - intro to MechE
Chem 1307+1107 lab - Gen. Chem 1 (for engineers)
Intro to Cinema - go watch movies and write papers

I definitely meant to take more hours, but I could never get into the classes I wanted.
I might take the CLEP test for Cal II and take Cal III next semester. I usually doodle in class all day. Chemistry is the only class that is challenging for me, but I've always been bad at it.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Pa-Patch » Thu Sep 25, 2008 4:58 am UTC

First year Uni

Intro Calc
Academic Writing: Sciences
Cellular Biology
Intro Chemistry
Intro Physics

Everything but Academic Writing has a lab component! I am a dumb-ass! And despite the crazy scheduling, along with me being a lazy guy, it's pretty fun!
An aside: Calculus is a hassle. Not that fun.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby millinao » Thu Sep 25, 2008 5:41 am UTC

Freshman in High School

I have 4 classes every day, 8 in total:

Orchestra
Japanese 1-2
Language Arts
World History

Algebra II
Health
PE
Biology

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby genesis » Thu Sep 25, 2008 2:38 pm UTC

Second last day of high school today. :)

My old timetable - 5 classes a day;

Applicable Maths (probability, matrices, statistics etc.)
Calculus
Chemistry
Physics
English Lit (terrible, every assesment is subjective to the teachers likes/dislikes)

Anticipated timetable for next year!

MATH1020 Calculus, Statistics and Probability
MATH1010 Calculus and Linear Algebra
PHYS1101 Advanced Physics A
GENG1003 Introduction to Professional Engineering
GENG1001 Eng: Introduction to Engineering Mechanics
MINE1160 Introduction to Resource Engineering
GENG1002: Eng: Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Engineering
CIVL1110 Engineering Structures

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby codyhotel » Thu Sep 25, 2008 4:16 pm UTC

Pa-Patch wrote:First year Uni

Intro Calc
Academic Writing: Sciences
Cellular Biology
Intro Chemistry
Intro Physics

Everything but Academic Writing has a lab component! I am a dumb-ass! And despite the crazy scheduling, along with me being a lazy guy, it's pretty fun!
An aside: Calculus is a hassle. Not that fun.



Crazy U of W with their inferior science programs compared to the U of M. I have the same 4 labs in my schedule, it really isn't good at all.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby stormgren » Fri Sep 26, 2008 2:06 am UTC

CS Freshman at Carnegie Mellon
21-259: Calculus in Three Dimensions
21-127: Concepts of Mathematics (<-- Discrete math and proofs)
76-101: Interpretation and Argument (<--required English course)
15-123: Effective Programming in C and UNIX
33-211: Physics III: Modern Essentials (<--- Relativity and Quantum)

Also:
00-000: Swim Practice (Meets 8 times a week including three times before 7am).

Next Semester (tentative):
15-211: Data Structures and Algorithms
15-251: Great Theoretical Ideas in Computer Science (The Real CS Discrete Math Course of Pain)
21-241: Matrix Algebra (maybe, I'm not sure yet)
And some easier elective or two.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Falmarri » Fri Sep 26, 2008 5:47 am UTC

ECE 320 - circuits/3phase power shit
ECE 351a - transistors
ENGR 498a - senior capstone design project (bullshit class)
ECE 381 - electromagnetics

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Cynical Idealist » Sat Sep 27, 2008 4:12 am UTC

Semester 1:
EDUC 101 - Freshman Seminar (AALC)
HIST 189 - Atomic America history (AALC)
ENGL 112 - English (AALC)
CS 111 - Intro to Computer Science
MATH 131 - Calc 1

AALC = Atomic America Learning Community. Its a nice small program with 9 students (2 aren't in the freshman seminar due to scheduling conflicts), and papers are written for both english and history at the same time (same topic, you just turn in one copy to each prof)
Comes out to 15 credit hours.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Hit3k » Sat Sep 27, 2008 9:43 am UTC

Semester 1
Unit 3 English
Unit 3 Text and Traditions(Religion)
Unit 3 Business Managements
Unit 3 Physics
Unit 3 Mathematical Methods
Unit 3 Further Mathematics
Semester Two
Unit 4 English
Unit 4 Text and Traditions(Religion)
Unit 4 Business Managements
Unit 4 Physics
Unit 4 Mathematical Methods
Unit 4 Further Mathematics

I'm at the end of Semester 2 though. I really need to start studying.. *sigh*
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Silvyr » Sat Sep 27, 2008 6:48 pm UTC

I'm a Junior in high school and this is my daily schedule. Only changes for second semester are that Psych 1 turns to American Government... I wish I could've taken more classes...

Hour 1: Physics- class is kinda slow.. I wish I would've taken honors :(
Hour 2: Psychology I- I love this class... amazing.
Hour 3: French III- heehee... there are only 10 people in here, including me, and we're french 3 & 4 combined XD
Hour 4: Writing for Media- I love writing for the newspaper :D my teacher is amazing and we make food and eat everyday XD good considering I don't actually eat lunch.
Hour 5: Writing for Media
Hour 6: PE- bleh. Dull. And I have a tendency to fall or get hit with things and die XD
Hour 7: PE
Hour 8: Lunch- oh dear lord... that is it the most insane thing I've ever been forced to sit through..
Hour 9: Brit Lit- same teacher as writing for media, so she loves me and I get away with a lot more than I probably should be able to XD
Hour 10: Pre-calc Honors- this is my absolute favorite class ^.^ Math is my best subject and my teacher is amazing.

*note* hours 4 - 8 are only half periods, hence the repeating so the lunch hours aren't too long. Our school has it set up so that we have the absolute shortest lunch periods that they can legally get away with. And they are VERY uneven. Theres two lunch periods wiht less than 50 kids in them, and 2 wiht so many, that some kids just get to buy their lunch when teh bell rings so tehy don't get to eat more than a bite.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Alpha Omicron » Sat Sep 27, 2008 9:00 pm UTC

baker's kilobyte wrote:MATH 135 was one of the best math courses I have ever taken. ...Why don't you like 115, though? I'm interested in knowing 'cause I'm planning on tutoring that course next semester (if I get the job :D).

I'm getting into it a little more now.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Master Gunner » Sun Sep 28, 2008 12:58 am UTC

Grade 12:

First Semester:
Honours English
Canadian History
Honours Physics
Honours Pre-Calc
Honours Music

Second Semester:
AP Psychology
Free Period
Media Production
AP Chemistry
AP Calculus

The rest of my sciences were taken last year due to manipulations of my schools guidance department and an utter disregard for pre-requisites, and a lack of more AP courses is the only reason I'm able to fit in the bird courses. It has being said that I am taking the toughest course-load possible at my high school, which is known for having higher-level courses than the equivalent ones at other high schools in the area.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Pa-Patch » Sun Sep 28, 2008 9:48 pm UTC

codyhotel wrote:
Pa-Patch wrote:First year Uni

Intro Calc
Academic Writing: Sciences
Cellular Biology
Intro Chemistry
Intro Physics

Everything but Academic Writing has a lab component! I am a dumb-ass! And despite the crazy scheduling, along with me being a lazy guy, it's pretty fun!
An aside: Calculus is a hassle. Not that fun.



Crazy U of W with their inferior science programs compared to the U of M. I have the same 4 labs in my schedule, it really isn't good at all.


Wait, how do you know I went to W?
But yeah, M is better. I'm probably going to transfer there later, I just heard M is really stupid first-year.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby NOT Steve » Sun Sep 28, 2008 9:59 pm UTC

AP English Language and Composition
AP Physics
AP Calculus
AP American History
AP Spanish Language
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Ixtellor » Mon Sep 29, 2008 8:18 pm UTC

Why Two Kay wrote:Senior in High School. Every class, every day.

Semester1:
1st - AP Computer Science 2/AB
2nd - AP Statistics
3rd - AP Calc BC
(Lunch goes here)
4th - AP Physics C
5th - AP US Government
6th - AP English 4 Lit

Semester2:
1st - AP Computer Science 2/AB
2nd - AP Statistics
3rd - AP Calc BC
(Lunch goes here)
4th - AP Physics C
5th - AP Macroeconomics
6th - AP English 4 Lit


I saw your from Plano. If so, there is a 75% chance I know your AP gov and macro teachers.
Do the initials BS or SM mean anything to you? (If yes, you have a very knowledgable teacher)

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Why Two Kay » Tue Sep 30, 2008 1:53 am UTC

Ixtellor wrote:
Why Two Kay wrote:Senior in High School. Every class, every day.

Semester1:
1st - AP Computer Science 2/AB
2nd - AP Statistics
3rd - AP Calc BC
(Lunch goes here)
4th - AP Physics C
5th - AP US Government
6th - AP English 4 Lit

Semester2:
1st - AP Computer Science 2/AB
2nd - AP Statistics
3rd - AP Calc BC
(Lunch goes here)
4th - AP Physics C
5th - AP Macroeconomics
6th - AP English 4 Lit


I saw your from Plano. If so, there is a 75% chance I know your AP gov and macro teachers.
Do the initials BS or SM mean anything to you? (If yes, you have a very knowledgable teacher)

Ixtellor


Unfortunately I would have to say no. I go to PSHS. So, I would say KM and MA would be the initials.
tl;dr - I said nothing important.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Givenup » Tue Sep 30, 2008 3:27 am UTC

DAng i have it easy....world History, Eng2, Eng 3 and Science
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby J Spade » Sat Oct 04, 2008 2:18 am UTC

I'm currently taking:

AP US History
AP Calculus AB
Band III
3D Studio Art 1 (I wanted AP Comp. Sci. argh.)

Physics
AP Calculus BC
English 11
AP Spanish (I wanted Spanish IV)


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