Hello all. I have six classes that I want to take this semester but need to narrow down to 5. It's my first regular semester this fall. I am currently attending with 4 classes. They are Introductory Algebra (I've been out of school 7 years, so I'm really rusty), General Psychology, Expository Writing, and Intro to New Testament (Campbell requires 1 Religion). Anyways, I'm doing pretty well so far. I've handed in all my homework on time and the two tests in Psychology I have taken I received a 96 and 100. It's only been 3 weeks so anything can happen but I'm staying focused. I just got a call from the local pharmacy and may be working part-time. I'm going from 8 to 2 and am sure I can handle 20 hours a week. Money is not a problem, I get the GI Bill, so I can survive and take time off if I'm struggling in school. I just rounded down six classes that looked like they needed to be taken care of first. They are: SPA 111 MAT 080 CHM 151 HIS 111 BIO 111 ENG 112 I'm pretty sure SPA 111, MAT 080, and ENG 112 will be the easiest to take and really need to decide which of the other 3 I should drop. I'm just concerned that I can't reference this summer session to the fall session because the counselor said it was a different beast. Obviously, 6 more weeks is better. However, I don't want to take two really hard classes. I'd rather take two moderate classes and do well in them. It may be too early, but just to show how motivated I am, I was a C- student in High School. Through the military I have matured and with my goal in mind, I have made sure that I keep all A's in the 4 classes I am taking. With all the reading on this board I have done, I realize I am in the easy (kiddie pool) time of college life. I just want to make sure I can swim in the deep end before diving in when the time comes. I'm thinking SPA 111 MAT 080 CHM 151 HIS 111 ENG 112 Strictly because I think putting chm 151 and bio 111 together might be a bad idea. Perhaps you may think I should take BIO 111 before CHM 151. Or you might think BIO 111 and CHM 151 might go together well. I'll rely on people with the experience. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks in Advance.