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advanced economic statistics. average grade in that class was a 42%. lucky the teacher didnt give a **** (he was there for research and was forced to teach as well) or most of the class would have failed.
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For me Intermediate financial theory was the most difficult. More difficult that advanced financial theory.
For me accounting classes were all much easier than finance classes. I only took intermediate accounting 1 (didn't take 2) because it was the only elective left when I had to adjust my schedule. I was 1 of 3 students in the class who was not an accounting major and I was always 15-20% above the class average for tests.
Business calculus was one of the most failed classes at my school.
Macroeconomics and Microeconomics both blew too
Intermediate Accounting II. Professor was a dick which didn't make things any easier.
Advanced Java/Android programming. As a first year course it was insane, I dropped it a few weeks in. But my friend's second project was 2200 lines of code -_- . I have to take it later but I would have failed hard because he didn't teach us nearly enough. The schools regular Java teacher lost her **** on him and said it was wayy too advanced for us.
Physiology 1 was hard because its your first course going in depth with concepts. Going from Anatomy to Physio was difficult because it's from memorization to concept.
Believe it though, Physio is too easy compared to the classes you'll be taking once you're in the program. When I took Physio, the average grade for this particular prof was a C-. I got an A on the course, but when I looked over the sheet, there were only 5 As, 7-8 Bs, bunch of Cs and Fs.
O-Chem is on my list too.
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Most demanding? Business Calculus... Pulled and A, but I spent far too much time studying for that class.
"Uh huh, you suck! You wanted this noise! You wanted this noise!"
Micro-econ, at the advanced level was the only course I had to buckle down and study my *** off to get a freakin B.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
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