Does our course have a tight schedule?

I’m in the undergraduate course in college.
Our advisor doesn’t provide any assistance.
We attend classes of Physics, Organic, Itro to Statistics and General Zoology. There are up to 5 credits in each of these courses.
We take 5 credits in Physics, 4 credits in Organic, 3 in Statistics, and 4 in Zoology.

6 Answers

  1. You must already understand your studying abilities at this moment. 16 credits are possible to hadle as junior. The first year in college is the easiest one, the next years will be much harder.
    You’ll take your major later on.

    Lu dzi Lu dzi Answered
  2. Yes, your schedule is troublesome. I feel for you. But I think it’s for good though.

    Brut Brut Answered
  3. Studying the subjects like Physics is very time-consuming, and one needs to do his best to succeed in learning. More credits would be hard for you to handle. 16 are quite acceptable but you simply need to arrange your time for studying more efficiently.

    chunkymonkey chunkymonkey Answered
  4. Your schedule is not tough at all. Mine is much harder.

    Erica Erica Answered
  5. I bet you have a lot of labs! There were only 3 credit junior courses in my college, and the schedule was well-balanced.

    Iriny Iriny Answered
  6. I take over 20 credits per year as a junior, and there are only 16 credits you take in your college. Your schedule isn’t that challenging as you think.

    CleverHe CleverHe Answered