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two courses in one session?


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Dec 4, 2003
Hi all! Please advise me if you had been through this. Thanks!

I am planning to take two classes (bio I and orgo I) in one session this summer. My advisor has advised me against taking both of them at the same time. For those of you who have taken two courses concurrently, do you think it's a good idea?

I am a bio major and I have taken upper level bio courses. I screwed up in my freshman yr and got a D in general bio I, but I have gotten decent grades in the upper level courses. Therefore I think I can handle the general bio course without any problem. But still, do you think it's a good idea to take both since I heard orgo is pretty hard.
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