What should students consider when choosing classes?
Obviously there are required ones, but as far as electives, don’t just take them as space fillers, since those selected may wind up being in your major area of study!
Students should choose classes based on their major, the time of day they work best, the instructor, and if it is required. Trust me all of these thoughts will come into play wihen you get to the class and cannot understand the instructor, are too tired to focus, realize it is difficult and you did not have to take it, but cannot drop because it will impact your resources, or a class you should have taken that was available will not be available for another year and it is your last class needed to graduate.
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