Class starts in T-2.5 hours...the suspense is killing me!!! :yuck:
Yep. And like always, the break was way too short
Too long for me, but I'm odd like that... we started last Monday and I have 830 classes this time around.
I only had a week!
I wanted to do some stuff that I wanted to do.
Note: I did programming today for the first time. I'm hooked.
OMG! When the guy started talking the only thing that went through my mind was "Bueler......Bueler.......Bueler....". :zzz: :zzz: :zzz:
what does everybody have this term?
Topics in Astrophysics
Math Integrated with Computers
Waves and Modern Physics
Intro to Physics continued
Intro to Comp. Sci.
Intro to Economics continued
Earth Sci. - Evolution and Origin of Planet Earth
I think I declare my major soon. I want to do Honours Specialization in Planertary Science and a minor in Astronomy, but maybe I'll just Major in Planetary Sci. and minor in Astronomy insted.
What about everyone else?
Philosophy of Mind
Also, maybe Philosophy of Religion (if time permits)
Listening to Music
Intro to Anthropology
Good news is after spending 250 bucks on bucks last semester I'm only going to spend 20 this semester. And my earliest class is 12:30.
I took a Java course last semester. Most boring class ever. I wish I had had your enthusiasm. Maybe I would've done better than a C.
This term, I study:
Maths for Physicists 3
Quantum Mechanics 2
Physics of Stars
Structure in the Universe
I have no clue what Java is, but I will look into it.
I'm actually just doing Visual Basics .NET and it is quite simple, for now anyways.
Intro to Chemistry II
Chem (seperate course)
Modern World History
On Being An Astronomer (affectionately known as "Baby Journal Club")
Physics Today and Tomorrow (a get to know the dept/subject seminar like the former)
Orchestra (not for credit but second violin's where it's at! so there I am)
I was in skool since Jan 3....
Here's my class breakdown and hours this semester
Light - 51 hours
Electrical Measurement - 51 hours
Quantitative Analysis Theory - 51 hours
Quantitative Analysis Lab - 102 hours
Organic Chemistry - 34 hours
Organic Chemistry Lab - 68 hours
Physical Chemistry Theory - 34 hours
Physical Chemistry Lab - 51 hours
So far so good
I hate labs!
The labs are fun when not much is expected of you. Analytical is totally hard-ass, you lose 10% for every 1% relative error you have. Today I spilled my powder product on the counter and the floor, then I skooped it up using my bank card...... I'm going to hate that class.
Quantum Phase Transitions
I wouldn't mind one of those every quarter.
Ok, here's mine:
Calculus IV (Ordinary Differential Equations)
Computer Systems and Assembly Language Programming
Geography of East Asia
Ugh! Reading this makes me soo want to begin my studies full time again. The only thing I could manage beside my job was litterateur exams in:
I'm done with classes on the first semester.I'll have a month of exams and from the middle of Feb:
*The Physics of the Chemical Bond.
*Quantum Theory of Solids.
*General Theory of Relativity.
*Theoretical Nuclear Physics.
*Advanced Mathematical Physics.
PS.Yeah,u've seen it well,no experiments...
Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Stats, Calc.
School starts on 2nd of feb as well. Aaaaahhhh time to relax in the sun :rofl:
Lucky bastards, my new semester doesn't start untill mid-february. My exams start in a week :grumpy:
This is what my next semester will look like :
Quantum Mechanics III
Quantum Electrodynamics (yay!)
Many-body Quantum Systems
Solid State Physics
Atomic & Molecular Physics
^^Very Cool, actually.
I started Jan. 4
Partial Differential Equations
Probability with Physical Applications
Applications of EM Theory (E & M II, in other words)
Circuit Theory II
A Stupid Materials Eng. Lab.
It's a particularly "mathy" term this time...
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