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The only semester that looks like it may be too rough is your second fall semester. The physics courses are tough, but having them together isn't uncommon. The thing I'd be worried about is having linear algebra that semester.

Is that an advanced linear algebra? Or is it the first linear algebra you've had?

If it's an advanced course that will talk about vector spaces, dual spaces, determinant properties, nilpotent properties, etc., then (although it will be an additional difficult class) it should be fine.

If it's a first linear algebra where you'll be doing basic matrix operations, row reduction, etc., then you may have a rough time in Quantum. (assuming the quantum is going to involve linear algebra heavily).

Is that an advanced linear algebra? Or is it the first linear algebra you've had?

If it's an advanced course that will talk about vector spaces, dual spaces, determinant properties, nilpotent properties, etc., then (although it will be an additional difficult class) it should be fine.

If it's a first linear algebra where you'll be doing basic matrix operations, row reduction, etc., then you may have a rough time in Quantum. (assuming the quantum is going to involve linear algebra heavily).

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