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Quick Question

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by dpauly06, Apr 14, 2006.

  1. dpauly06

    dpauly06 Member

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    Is it possible to complete 45 credit hours a year?
     
  2. Huntsman

    Huntsman Senior member

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    Yes, if you're willing to overload on both ends and run classes through the summer, have a 1600 SAT, are taking liberal arts classes, OR if you don't really care about anything but getting out of college as fast as possible -- not your health, sanity, or leisure. No, if you can't agree with all of the former. 45 credit hours of what? Not all credits are the same. Regards, Huntsman
     
  3. dpauly06

    dpauly06 Member

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    Thanks, thats what I figured.
     
  4. dusty

    dusty Senior member

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    Are you talking about quarters or semesters? We're on quarters and I've taken at least that every year. And I'm still going to be in for most of a fifth year (my major is applied physics).
     
  5. skalogre

    skalogre Senior member

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    Maybe you could make it with GenEd, Comms, basic business courses et.c. (and possibly some social science and psychology courses) but forget it with any engineering, physics or chem. courses (unless you are naturally talented - even then...). No use overworking yourself if you will a) not learn and b) get average grades. Mix and match instead with fewer credits. Edit: I agree with Huntsman
     
  6. Doc Martin

    Doc Martin Well-Known Member

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    Yes. I spent the last 4 years doing 60 credits/year. YOU CAN DO IT! [​IMG]
     

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