I am having a difficult time choosing classes for next semester (Winter/Spring) of my third year. I would like to at least partially make-up for my low performance this past semester in my Biochem and Microbiology classes by taking classes that can counter-balance them. Plan A: Biopsych - advanced discussions on specific topics in physiological psychology; 3 credits Biopsych - "Neurobiology of Learning and Memory"; 3 credits; the more important of the two biopsych classes Genetics - 4 credits English - 3 cedits Elective - 3 credits Plan B: Biopsych - focus on specific topics in physiological psychology; 3 credits Genetics - 4 credits English - 3 credits Animal Physiology - lab and lecture count towards same grade; 5 credits Plan A would give me a busy schedule in classes that I really enjoy (except English which is really hard for me). There is an extensive research project for the Neurobio of Learning and Memory class. It would be my second time having the professor that will be teaching it and I think he may be able to write a good letter of recommendation for me. Also, the class itself would be wonderful. Plan B would require me to drop Neurobio of Learning and Memory in order to take Physiology. Part of the problem with Physiology is that the lab is part of the grade and I don't do well in labs. I am pretty bad at them and the lab would make for a hellish semester. So, how do these two semester plans compare in terms of ability to counterbalance poor grades in the two classes I had this semester (Biochem and Microbio)? If it helps this is how my last semester went: Biochem: C+ Microbio: B Biopsych: A another psychology: A another psychology: A By the way, I am a biology major and have had just about all A's until this point in time.