Hello, This semester I will be taking quantum, statistical, and classical mechanics, along with a mathematical analysis class and one other (non-math/science) course. They come to a total of 17 credit hours. The quantum and statistical classes are meant to be the standard sort of first courses for undergraduates, but I've already taken a quantum chemistry class, so I'd imagine there will be **some** overlap (I've also taken a P-Chem class that covered thermodynamics, though there is probably much less overlap with statistical). In order to pay my way this semester, I had planned on getting a job. However, one job I have in mind, which is desirable because it is somewhat flexible with college students, wants me to work a minimum of 12 hours/week. So my question: Given that I would like to keep a nice GPA in each class (4.00 if possible), would it actually be possible to do this job? I realize this is a fairly subjective question that depends largely on my own capabilities, but I've never taken the classes I've mentioned, so I do not know how demanding such classes usually are, though I have a feeling it will be a demanding semester either way. I realize that this question still is subjective and depends on how the professor decides to teach the classes, but if it's possible to answer in any sort of general or helpful fashion: Any thoughts from those who have taken those classes? Thank you for reading!