Am I setting myself up for disaster? Here is my current Fall 09 schedule: Calculus III (Honors) differential equations (Honors) E&M (Would do honors if they offered the section this Fall) Linear Algebra (Honors) Mind you, this is at a community college (so think of honors as somewhat decent university course) I was wondering if anyone ever did this or know of anyone who has ever tried to take 4 very technical courses in one term. This totals to 17 semester hours. I manage my time pretty well (and I don't have a job) and I also have a deep passion for math (I'm a physics/math major). Besides that, even if I am capable of handling the load -- maybe I'm making a crucial mistake taking too many fundamental courses at once? Maybe I should cut one and substitute it for a humanities/lighter course/elective? Calculus III is your standard freshmen/sophomore course in calculus of several variables (including vector calculus). The differential course is a lower division first course in ODE's, and the E&M course (is a an introductory calculus based Electricity and Magnetism course) Has anyone done this before? Share your experiences... Thanks, a thoughtful insights/responses would be very appreciative.