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Re: Your Schedule

Postby benoitowns » Mon Aug 08, 2011 9:19 pm UTC

gorcee wrote:
I am still haunted by the idea that they will come after me somehow. I have seven years of documentation in a safe at home. I saved every email, every statement, every piece of correspondence I ever received. I have a ton of documentation that documents everything that I did and that they did, and it's pretty clear that they fucked up bigtime. I even have a notarized witness statement from my roommate who was with me when I handed in my prom. note that sophomore year.

The best part of all this?

In December 2000, I was featured in an article in the Alumni magazine, called "the model student for the new millennium." In SY 2001-2002 (my sophomore year), they used a picture of me (from that article) in the official university catalog... on the financial aid page.


Wow. That sucks. I'm sorry. Like...damn. That's absolutely terrible. Well, best regards. I hope they never try to pull anything else on you.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby JShilpetski » Tue Aug 09, 2011 12:05 am UTC

09.493 Honors Independent Study II (Crowdsourcing Creative Writing)
20.363 Shakespeare (& Film)
20.375 Renaissance Drama
20.433 American Modernism
72.415 ESL: Basics of Language & Communication
72.425 ESL: Assessment & Support Services
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby TheDancingFox » Sun Aug 14, 2011 6:06 am UTC

Double majoring Bioengineering and Neuroscience, upcoming first quarter sophomore year:
Math 32B: Multivariable Calculus
Life Sciences 2: something or other involving basic anatomical biology, enzymes and whatnot. I forget the term they use.
Chemistry 30A: Organic Chemistry 1
Bioengineering 10: Intro to Bioengineering.

Although, I'm actually at summer session right now. Taking
Physics 1A: Mechanics
Physics 4AL: Mechanics lab
Philosophy 3: Introduction to Historical Philosophy
Music 80V: Beginning Vocal Technique

The latter two because I can and why not? Learning is awesome.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Yambert » Tue Aug 16, 2011 5:42 am UTC

I've got

Modern Physics I
Classical Mechanics
Ordinary Differential Equations
Number Theory
Japanese I
Painting I


should be great!
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby trtguy » Sun Aug 21, 2011 1:20 am UTC

AP Bio
AP Math
academic guitar
academic jazz

AP English
AP Physics
AP chem
Digital photography.

YEAH!
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby deepnet5 » Sun Aug 21, 2011 6:02 am UTC

Last year in high school! Managed to load myself with as many college classes as possible. =D

AP Computer Science
AP Calculus BC
AP English Literature and Composition
AP Physics C
AP Macroeconomics
PLTW Digital Electronics
PLTW Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Fencing

Gonna be a blast!
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Mirelle18 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 9:39 pm UTC

High school, junior year.
We do block scheduling- each period is an hour and a half.
First Semester:
1. Psychology
2. World War II
3. Advanced Creative Writing II (we have the semester to complete a novel- it's more of an independent study than anything else)
4. A.P. U.S. History A
(best lineup of classes ever, I'm actually excited to start school...)

Second Semester:
1. Human Anatomy
2. A.P. Composition
3. Algebra 2
4. A.P. U.S. History B
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby benoitowns » Tue Aug 23, 2011 2:48 am UTC

Junior year

Morning
English 3H
Spanish 5
Gym
Principles of Engineering

Afternoon
AP Chemistry
1/2 Study hall 1/2 AP Chemistry
AP Statistics
Bioethics/Biochemistry (each are one semester)

Night- at local community college, first semester/second semester (if things work out)
University Physics I/II
Multivariate Calculus/Differential Equations

If there are any changes I'll just edit the post
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Tryss » Wed Aug 24, 2011 1:31 am UTC

First semester :
- Functionnal analysis
- Algebra
- Stochastic process
- Numerical analysis and simulation

Second semester :
- Distributions and PDE
- Advanced probability
- Differential geometry or statistics or numerical analysis of PDE
- and a substential research work (30% of the semester credit)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby cjmcjmcjmcjm » Wed Aug 24, 2011 7:32 pm UTC

Mirelle18 wrote:High school, junior year.
We do block scheduling- each period is an hour and a half.
First Semester:
1. Psychology
2. World War II
3. Advanced Creative Writing II (we have the semester to complete a novel- it's more of an independent study than anything else)
4. A.P. U.S. History A
(best lineup of classes ever, I'm actually excited to start school...)

Second Semester:
1. Human Anatomy
2. A.P. Composition
3. Algebra 2
4. A.P. U.S. History B

I was scrolling and thought you were taking a class called "Advanced War II"
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby maxh » Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:18 pm UTC

Mirelle18 wrote:3. Advanced Creative Writing II (we have the semester to complete a novel- it's more of an independent study than anything else)

Do it all in November. :P

cjmcjmcjmcjm wrote:I was scrolling and thought you were taking a class called "Advanced War II"

That would be an awesome class and it needs to exist.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby ex-kgb » Thu Aug 25, 2011 8:12 pm UTC

Freshman at Caltech, first term:

Ma1a - calculus
Ph1a - Newtonian mechanics
Ch1a - General Chemistry
Ch3a - Fundamental Techniques of Experimental Chemistry (lab)
Hum3b - Early modern european history
ACM10 - frontier class*, applied and computational math
CS9 - frontier class compsci
E2 - frontier class engineering


*meets for one hour a week, no homework
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Mirelle18 » Fri Aug 26, 2011 2:07 am UTC

I was scrolling and thought you were taking a class called "Advanced War II"

Thank you. That idea just reminded me of 'War Games'. I have GOT to see that movie again...

Do it all in November :P


I should! That was actually my first thought when I signed up for the class: 'Dammit, now I'll be too busy writing a novel already to write a second novel in November...' (If I remember correctly, you can't continue writing a novel- you have to start a whole new one in order to win?)
Oh well. I'll just do Script Frenzy in April. :)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby existentialpanda » Sat Aug 27, 2011 8:30 pm UTC

ex-kgb wrote:Freshman at Caltech, first term:


High five, prefrosh :D

Also, "Advanced War II" needs to exist. Now.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby ex-kgb » Sat Aug 27, 2011 10:30 pm UTC

Ah, another techer; what class are/were you in? And what house?
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby acsu » Sun Aug 28, 2011 6:15 am UTC

ex-kgb wrote:Ah, another techer; what class are/were you in? And what house?


I know it's creepy as fuck for me to be saying this, but Dabney.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby manictheatrefan » Tue Aug 30, 2011 2:17 am UTC

I'm about to start grade ten at a Canadian high school:

English Language Arts 10
Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10 (the name of this course was so long that the number actually got cut off, but rest assured I'm not accelerated in maths)
Social Studies 10
PE 10 Girls
Spanish 10
Chemistry 11
Concert Choir 10
Information Technology 10

I got everything I wanted except Psychology 11 (I think a lot more people signed up for that course than anticipated). They put me in Info Tech instead, which was one of my backup choices. Because of provincial arts education cutbacks, there isn't an on-timetable vocal jazz class anymore, although I'm hoping to join if they do it off-timetable.

The meager course offerings at my school annoy me. I've actually been thinking of switching schools next year, because the only accelerated courses mine offers are maths courses. (We previously only had one AP class—Calculus BC. I've heard that AP French has been added this year, although that's not a course I could take, seeing as I'm in Spanish.) I really want to be able to take AP English Language and Composition, AP Chemistry, and AP US History. I have zero funds for university, and most of regular school isn't very challenging for me, so I'd really like to take AP courses. (Why my school doesn't offer more is beyond me—most other schools in the district have about 5-10 each, even the smaller-sized ones, and my school is medium-sized.)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Daedalus733 » Wed Aug 31, 2011 10:34 pm UTC

High school senior

This year my school decided to change the schedule, and did so poorly. Instead of having periods 1-8 and every other day doing odd or even numbered ones, as they previously did, they changed it so it's 1, 3, 5, and 7, with each being odd, even, or daily. Also, on the schedules we were given, O and E are in alphabetical order, instead of chronological, so the classes for each block are switched.

1st Semester:
1o: Credit Recovery English
1e: AP Calculus with Analytical Geometry
3o: Weight Training and Plyometrics
3e: Psychology
5d: Off
7o: Advanced Digital Photography
7e: AP Physics

2nd Semester:
1o: Off
1e: AP Calculus with Analytical Geometry
3o: American Government
3e: Off
5d: Mythology
7o: Advanced Digital Photography
7e: AP Physics

1st semester seems like it'll be okay. Odd days I get all my easy classes, even days all my hard ones. Strangely, it's the hard ones that I'm looking forward to more (whoo physics! :D)
2nd semester looks less fun. I'm not a big fan of literature and social studies. :(
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby existentialpanda » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:45 pm UTC

ex-kgb wrote:Ah, another techer; what class are/were you in? And what house?


Dabney, 2014.

acsu wrote:
ex-kgb wrote:Ah, another techer; what class are/were you in? And what house?


I know it's creepy as fuck for me to be saying this, but Dabney.


:shock:
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby TheGrammarBolshevik » Sun Sep 04, 2011 5:05 am UTC

Sophomore year at college:

Empirical and Mathematical Reasoning 17: Deductive Logic
Molecular and Cellular Biology 80: Neurobiology of Behavior
Philosophy 141: Frege, Russell, and the Early Wittgenstein
Philosophy 159: Epistemology
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Mammon » Sun Sep 04, 2011 9:39 pm UTC

Junior year:

AP Physics C
AP Statistics
AP Computer Science A
AP Language and Composition
AP United States History
AP European History
Chemistry Honors

Pretty boring schedule. AP Statistics looks pretty fun, though.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Red Rule » Sat Sep 10, 2011 1:06 pm UTC

monday:
13-15 Infinitesimal calculus
15-17 'What is mathematics?'

tuesday:
9-11 'measurements in physics'
11-13 'What is mathematics?'
13-15 Linear algebra
15-17 Infinitesimal calculus

wednesday:
9-13 Special Relativity
13-17 physics practicum*

thursday:
9-11 Linear algebra
11-15 Infinitesimal calculus

Friday:
9-11 Relativity
11-12 'measurements in physics'
12-15 Computer practicum*

I just started my first year as a double-bachelor physics/mathematics :D

*: I'm not sure if this is the correct term to use, it's a proper word but I'm not sure if it's the word which is commonly used.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby doinkisaac » Sun Sep 11, 2011 5:27 am UTC

Junior/senior year in HS (It's confusing)
Pd. 1: AP Lit/comp
Pd. 2: AP US History
Pd. 3: AP Macro/Micro Economics (Micro first semester, Macro second)
Pd. 3.5: "[School Mascot] time"
Pd. 4: AP Calculus BC
Pd. 5: AP Com Sci
Pd. 6: Honors Physics (Might be AP Physics C, soon) PHYSICS C! Yes! :D (see below)
Pd. 7: German 2/3/4 (I'm in German 3, but the school had the wonderful idea to combine the top three levels of it at our school)

About pd 3.5: The school has a block schedule, so "A" days are odd periods, and "B" days are even. This led to an imbalance on "B" days, so a rotating period called "Flex" was introduced (that is, every B day, it rotates through each period in order). Our somewhat new principal (3rd year at this school) changed Flex to "[School Mascot] time," made it half an hour long, removed the rotating, made it immediately after 3rd period, made 3rd pd 50-ish minutes long, and made both every day. This had the wonderful effect of making third period suck, since there isn't really time to go anywhere. That's not a knock on my econ teacher, it just sucks to have 5/3 times as much class (7.5hrs per week vs. 4.5 hrs).
Also, about the Physics thing: I have German at the same time as the one Physics C class, so I decided to take a non-school affiliated class. My guidance department has to approve any classes that are taken from non-school district places (In this case, Stanford EPGY). The dept. chair decided to deny the request because she (the chair) "advised that you take the course through our [State online course] program, as a result, your request has been denied." I'd be fine with this, the state program costs less, and is easier to fit into a schedule, but there's one tiny problem... The state program doesn't offer Physics C! :x My dad and I explained the difference between Physics B and C, starting on Thursday, but school was cancelled on Friday, so I don't know how well it worked. Now it's just a waiting game. [/rant]
Wow, that felt nice. :D
ETA: Dealt with the issue, I'm in.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Giallo » Sun Sep 11, 2011 4:38 pm UTC

- Complex analysis
- Algorithms and complexity
- Physics III (an introduction to optics, statistical physics and quantum physics)
- Algebra I
- Mathematical methods in physics
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Sosekopp » Sun Sep 18, 2011 2:13 am UTC

I'm the Norwegian equivalent of a high school junior.
Monday:
8.30-10.30: Music in Perspective (music history and theory)
10.30-11.30: Band
12.30-14.00: French II
14.00-15.30: Mathematics R1 (covers at least part of calculus)

Tuesday:
8.30-10.00: History
10.00-11.30: Civics
12.30-13.15: Jazz piano lesson
13.15-15.30: Composition/Ear training

Wednesday:
8.30-10.00: French II
10.00-11.30: Mathematics R1t
12.30-14.00: Choir
14.00-15.30: Ergonomy & Motion (basically just regular P.E. with a nicer name)

Thursday:
8.30-10.00: Norwegian
10.00-11.30: Geography
12.30-14.00: Mathematics R1
14.00-14.22:25: Classical piano lesson.
14.22:25-14.45: Piano accompanying lesson.
14.45-15.30: Ear training

Friday:
8.30-10.00: Civics
10.00-11.30: Norwegian
12.30-13.30: Homeroom
13.30-15.30: Music in Perspective.

I've also signed up for a Physics 1 exam as a private candidate.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby stolid » Sun Sep 18, 2011 4:32 am UTC

I'm a college freshman on an engineering track probably to CSCE and minoring in (Business) Spanish. I'm taking:

Intermediate Spanish II (Thanks, AP!)
Intro to Engineering
General Geology :?
Precalculus
University Chemistry I

I kinda wish I had taken the placement test to get me into Calculus, but whatever. On the plus side I have some history AP credits and managed to get out of Composition classes. If engineering goes to the toilet I could fall back on my undesired rock-studies haha.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby coyotebush » Wed Sep 21, 2011 9:27 pm UTC

Finally got things ironed out yesterday (second day of classes).

I'm a freshman studying Computer Science, and I'm starting with a fair bit of college credit already under my belt. As such, I ended up with:

CSC 141 Discrete Structures
COMS 101 Public Speaking
HNRS 100 Orientation to the University Honors Program
STAT 321 Probability and Statistics for Scientists and Engineers

Discrete shouldn't be too hard since I've encountered many of the concepts already. Public speaking will probably be the most challenging for me. The Honors orientation seems quite interesting; it's focused on issues of sustainability, and we'll have readings, discussions, and activities outside of class time. And Stats should be fine, and useful material to know.

Oddly enough, none of my courses this quarter actually involve working with computers...
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby pizzazz » Sat Sep 24, 2011 5:05 pm UTC

Beginning of second year, planning on majoring in math w/ specialization in econ.

MATH 207 Honors Analysis in Real Numbers 1 (extremely difficult math course)
GRMN 101 Elementary German for Beginners 1
ECON 200 Elements of Economic Analysis 1 (first quarter of a the four course core economic sequence, covering both micro and macro)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Bakemaster » Sun Sep 25, 2011 1:08 am UTC

Junior/3rd year standing, first quarter.

  • Probabilistic Systems Analysis for Engineers, aka "How many words can we use in the title for this stats class?"
  • Green Engineering Design, was looking forward to this one but so far pretty underwhelming. The students seem way less motivated and engaged than they were in a similar (but lower-division) class at a community college. Lots of "I just need credits for graduation" sentiment. Instructor is a young PhD candidate who says anyone can take this class and it's not very engineering-intensive. Not sure what the point is of making it an upper-division technical AND design credit for an engineering major if that's the case, but oh well.
  • Dynamics. Not much to say about that one.
  • Ultimate Frisbee, aka Ultimate College Experience, aka Because Hapkido Had a Schedule Conflict
  • Honors Seminar. Not much to say again.

I'm on campus every day, which is good, but I wish the green design lecture didn't go until 6 pm. That's prime dinnering time and I have kind of a long commute afterward.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby screen317 » Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:48 am UTC

TheDancingFox wrote:Double majoring Bioengineering and Neuroscience, upcoming first quarter sophomore year:
Math 32B: Multivariable Calculus
Life Sciences 2: something or other involving basic anatomical biology, enzymes and whatnot. I forget the term they use.
Chemistry 30A: Organic Chemistry 1
Bioengineering 10: Intro to Bioengineering.

Although, I'm actually at summer session right now. Taking
Physics 1A: Mechanics
Physics 4AL: Mechanics lab
Philosophy 3: Introduction to Historical Philosophy
Music 80V: Beginning Vocal Technique

The latter two because I can and why not? Learning is awesome.
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MIMG 105 (Biological Microscopy)
MIMG 199 (Directed research in Immunology)
Croatian 101A
Society and Genetics 162 (Biotechnologies, Law, and Body)
Music C118A (Advanced Choral Conducting)
Music M90T (Early Music Ensemble)
Music 90A (UCLA Chorale)
Music 90B (University Chorus)
Music 90C (Chamber Singers)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Laveebee » Sun Sep 25, 2011 4:50 pm UTC

This semester
Color
2-D Design
Advanced First Year Composition
The ASU Experience
Intro to Social and Cultural Anthropology
Art Pre-History to the Middle Ages

Tentative schedule for next semester
MAT 265
CSE 110
BIO 181 or 182
UNI 150
and some other class, probably another social and behavioral science class.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby stolid » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:25 pm UTC

Next semester I'm looking at:

GNEG 1121 Intro to Engineering II
PHYS 2054 University Physics I
MATH 2554C Calculus I
SPAN 3003 Advanced Spanish I
-- Help me pick this class!

What should my 5th class be? Options:
- German
- Russian
- Japanese
- Latin
- Art Lecture
- Other*
We're talking low level courses here.
*Feel free to suggest something different (planning to be CSCE major and minor in Spanish).
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Brickmack » Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:34 pm UTC

first year of high school:

gym
geography
english
biology
lunch
more biology
geometry
computer apps
spanish
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby apricity » Sat Oct 22, 2011 5:03 pm UTC

My schedule right now:

Monday: 11 hrs.
9am-4pm Work
5pm-8pm Class - Education of the Exceptional Child (foundations of special education)

Tuesday: 9.5 hrs.
8:30am-11:20am Class - Common Factors in Counseling (psychodynamic theory)
1:30pm-4:20pm Class - Foundations of Learning, Cognition, and Academic Intervention (mostly developmental theory)
5pm-6pm Work

Wednesday: 8 hrs.
10am-6pm Work

Thursday: 9.5 hrs.
8:30am-11:20 am Class - Foundations and Contemporary Practices in Psychoeducational Assessment (standardized testing and alternative methods of assessment)
11:45am-12:25pm Class - Seminar in School Psychology Practice (basically just discussion of in-school practicum)
1:30pm-4:20pm Class - Professional Practice, Ethics, and the Law in School Psychology (foundations in educational law)
5pm-6pm Work

Friday: 10 hrs.
8am-2pm Pre-Practicum (in-school shadowing of a school psychologist)
3pm-6pm Work
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby delfts » Sat Oct 22, 2011 10:45 pm UTC

I get in at 9:20 and leave at 3:20 every day. My classes are APUSH, AP Calc AB (so far; it's a unique situation, as I'm in a pre-calc class but am studying AP Calc on my own; I'm allowed to call the class whatever I wish on my transcript), AP Stats, AmLit, Physics, Band. They order is a bit different every day, but I always have APUSH, AmLit, and Calc together and Physics, Band, and Stats together (both groups are separated by lunch).
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby TheGrammarBolshevik » Sun Oct 23, 2011 12:14 am UTC

delfts wrote:I'm allowed to call the class whatever I wish on my transcript

So why not call it AP Calc BC, or, for that matter, Honors Abstract Algebra?
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby delfts » Sun Oct 23, 2011 5:09 pm UTC

TheGrammarBolshevik wrote:
delfts wrote:I'm allowed to call the class whatever I wish on my transcript

So why not call it AP Calc BC, or, for that matter, Honors Abstract Algebra?


I have to give it a reasonable name. I think it'll be AP Calc AB, but if I complete the curriculum early enough or am driven enough, I'll go for BC.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby KestrelLowing » Mon Oct 24, 2011 3:47 am UTC

delfts wrote:
TheGrammarBolshevik wrote:
delfts wrote:I'm allowed to call the class whatever I wish on my transcript

So why not call it AP Calc BC, or, for that matter, Honors Abstract Algebra?


I have to give it a reasonable name. I think it'll be AP Calc AB, but if I complete the curriculum early enough or am driven enough, I'll go for BC.


I'm pretty sure that unless your teacher is certified to teach AP calc, you can't actually call it AP, although I'm not positive about that. Obviously you can still take the test, but the class cannot be called AP.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby maxh » Fri Oct 28, 2011 5:21 am UTC

Wow, this thread is still going for Fall and I already have my Spring schedule.

MW:
11:15-12:40 - Precalc / Trig
13:25-14:15 - National Government
16:00-17:15 - Logic

TuTh:
13:05-14:20 - Dead White Guys II

F:
11:15-12:40 - Precalc / Trig
13:25-14:15 - National Government
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby JShilpetski » Mon Oct 31, 2011 1:36 pm UTC

Spring 2012:

AUDSLP 432 ESL: Education & Communication
ENG 256 Non-Western Literature I
ENG 491 Topics in Criticism (Contemporary Literary Criticism)
EXSCI 270 Exercise & You
HONORS 130 Principles of Sociology
HONORS 210 Evolutionary Biology

I'll also be auditing ENG 312 History of the English Language and ENG 342 Renaissance Poetry.

My last semester as an undergrad. Grad school, here I come.
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