Hello there, I am a first year community college student and I currently have a schedule that is 19 units (the max allowed here unless you want to petition for more). I have no idea if it will be doable for me, as I am new to the college scene and I did not have good study habits in high school, I just never studied. In high school I got A and B's on most of my tests but C's and D's in class. I had to test out of school because I wasn't going to graduate. I have been out of school now for 5 months and I am going crazy, I am ready to turn over a new leaf and I hope to get between a 3.8 and a 4.0 in college so I can transfer to a good school. Maybe I am getting ahead of myself by wanting to do so many credits, but I feel like I have to in order to transfer to a good school since I am behind on maths. Here are my current classes. Intro to engineering 1 credit Art History: pre history 3 credits Computer Science 1; 4 credits (first university class of COmp science, will be my hardest class) Trigonometry: 4 credits (I also want to self study Pre calc and CLEP out of the class in order to start Calc this spring) Economics Macro 3 credits ( I am very interested in going into quantitive finance and I feel like this will give me a good into to how economics works. Will possibly minor in Econ) Intro to Chem 4 units (this should be a easy class, I had to retake it because I got a D in one of my semesters of high school chem, but I also took AP chem for one semester in high school so I feel like it will be easy for me.) Total units 19 Is this practical? I am so undecided in what I am going to be going into, but I feel like it is going to be Computer Science/ applied math / econ SO a combination of all of those with double majors of minors.