Intermediate accounting I and II
Intermediate accounting I and II
Hmm.. tough call between Pharmacology and Bio-Inorganic Chemistry (Life Metals). I had to work my *** off in both of those when I was an undergrad as they were fairly advanced for me at the time I took them.
49ers, Athletics, Warriors = Life!
Can you Bernie Lean?
49ers = Defending NFC Champs and back to back NFC WEST Champs
Warriors = 47-35, Western Conference 6th seed. WE GOT THIS!
A's = 13-9 Defending AL West Champs!
I know in terms of material this doesn't compete with some of the science classes you've taken, but I challenge any of you to beat this class on procedural BS. It's called Egypt of the Pharaohs. I took it as a requirement because I thought it would be semi interesting. It isn't. The teacher told us on the first day that "this class is not about mummies and pyramids, it's about reconstructing a culture from primary sources". In other words, we look at Egyptian pots and what they supposedly mean about Egyptian culture (according to the teacher, who really only tells us about her work). I tried to drop it but my schedule didn't work with it. We're allowed a certain amount of absences, but we aren't told how many. If we exceed it, the number of absences we have are multiplied by 5 and subtracted from our grade. On tests the teacher thinks that multiple choice is too easy, so she puts one "really bad answer" in every question that if you guess it, you lose an extra point. This is supposedly done to prevent guessing, which she says allows students not to study (not true). The curve only allows 10% of students to get an A- or A. We are assigned between 200-250 pages of reading per week. It is crushing my soul.
We're better than you
And we know it
Man, attendance is really brutal in some places. I go to a local CC and haven't been to a class in around... Oh, five weeks. All tests are done online. Love it.
Those Lab courses. not only are they hard, theyre also time consuming.
My quadratic math course makes me wanna shoot myself in the temple. Learn some new advanced math they said, it would be fun they said.
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Lucky? With business statistics?Originally Posted by raiderposting:24364315
Professor was an extremely tough grader and known for failing people. I'm a senior about to graduate in december and that class still haunts me.
Originally Posted by Sam Hinkie
Orgo. Taking the first half of it right now, second half next term. Its brutal. The average on our midterm was 56%
Seems like about 90% of these are weed out classes for pre-meds. Is it just the bizarre sadism of the med school curriculum and teaching approach trickling down?
I'm in favor of liberalized immigration because of the effect it would have on restaurants. I'd let everybody in except the English.
Either Advanced Managerial Finance or Legal/Ethical Issues in Business. My legal/ethical class just had so much law material and basically turned into a memorization class rather than just learning material. Advanced Managerial Finance was one of those classes was one of those classes were the professor purposefully did not teach us all the material because she wanted us to use our "creativity" to fill in the gaps. That doesn't really mesh well with finance...
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Haven't taken a hard class yet
Thought general bio 2 was hard at first but then I adjusted (currently have an A)
Need a 66 on the last lab exam and final to get a B so I'm pretty much set
[QUOTE=Labgrownmangoat;24365337]Seems like about 90% of these are weed out classes for pre-meds. Is it just the bizarre sadism of the med school curriculum and teaching approach trickling down?[/QUOTE
That's why doctors are paid more
But a lot of people can do pre med but very few people can do med school
Pre med is just all the general sciences plus orgo and a little math (up to calc 2)