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Oh, school.

Oh my fucking God. What part of "I can't help you because I don't really get it myself" don't you understand? *headdesk*

But in less irritating news, I was able to register for classes. (Hurrah for college students who don't like getting up before noon.)

Here's my schedule for next semester:

CS 333 Database Management
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 09:50AM
Laboratory Wednesday 11:00AM - 12:20PM

CS 233 Analysis of Algorithms
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM
Laboratory Monday 03:00PM - 04:20PM

ENGL 107 Creative Writing: Fiction
Wednesday, Friday 01:30PM - 02:50PM

PHYS 105 Science & Technology: The Way Things Work
Tuesday 09:30AM - 12:20PM
Laboratory Thursday 09:30AM - 12:20PM

CS 345 Operating Systems
Tuesday, Thursday 02:00PM - 03:20PM
Laboratory Thursday 03:30PM - 04:50PM

After next semester, all I'll have left to do is my internship/independent study. Then I can take completely random classes just to get 128 credits.

Comments

alicia666
Nov. 2nd, 2005 05:18 pm (UTC)
phys 105 - i took it senior year to fill a mode.
it was...interesting. easy A if you dont mind the chapter summaries due every week. i took it pass/fil
the professor is really really nice!
pnolibos
Nov. 3rd, 2005 12:57 am (UTC)
PHYS 105 Science & Technology: The Way Things Work

That class seems interesting! Let me know how it turnss out.

I have been thinking about developing a "Chemistry for the Consumer" course. I hope it gets approved.
irishlissa
Nov. 3rd, 2005 03:56 am (UTC)
It looks like you've got some interesting classes next semester, especially the Creative Writing, which I'm sure you'll be great in!

Some of your classes are the normal length that mine were - around 80 to 90 minutes.

Good luck next semester! :)

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