Mar. 6th, 2009

cjsmith: (veterinarian)
If all works out well, I am going to have a hellacious course load in the spring.

Definite:
Chem 1C with lab
Physics 2C with lab
Effective Organizational Communication
(required to remain in honors society)

Almost definite, desperately need:
Bio 6C with lab

Must do if I am to apply to Davis in the fall:
GRE prep course; take GRE

Must continue doing or else switch with equivalent time commitment:
Work at vet clinic

I'm remembering that during my first quarter, chem + physics + bio + vet clinic = a severe ass-kicking. I got the grades I wanted, but I worked hard and didn't have a whole lot of down time. Spring quarter, if all goes well, I'm adding the communication course and the GRE on top of that.

On the other hand, I won't have the chem workload from hell like I did in fall. In fact, all of the teachers in my lineup are said to be excellent.

On the other other hand, competition is definitely more stiff in the later quarters of these three-quarter science series classes. First quarter, it was clear a lot of the students didn't know what they were in for. Now they do.

On the other other other hand, I've got to get this done. That's the trump card in this debate, right there. The bottom line is that this has to be done.

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