Should I take these classes together in the summer?

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I am debating whether or not I can pull off taking Organic Chemistry II, Multivariable and Engineering Statistics during the 6 week summer term.
I need to do this if I want to stay on track with all my other engineering courses.
Any advice?
 

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wouldn't each class be 4-5 hours long, as in 12-15 hours of lecture a day
 
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No, they are one hour each day (monday to thursday) and the lab is 3 hours twice a week
 
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those are tough classes
 
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You mean multivariable calculus, yes? I didn't think multivariable calc was much harder than integral calculus. If engineering stats is like regular stats, it shouldn't be bad, either. If it is like mathematical statistics, it will be a lot of work. Orgo I hear is very hard. I think you could maybe safely pick two, but I would be wary of taking all three at once. My college is on trimesters, so we essentially do 3 ten-week intensive classes at once every term, and taking those three at the same time sounds like no sleeping to me.
 
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I don't see any reason why you couldn't do it, especially if you don't have other commitments (such as a job) and have a tendency to make good grades. Things that are worded as "engineering statistics" are generally easy. Is multivariable and engineering statistics a single course?
 

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