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I'm considering the following classes:

PHY 126, which is Physics B, and it meets 6 times a week (3x LEC, 3x LAB).

MAT 211, which is Intro to Linear Algebra, and it meets 3 times a week for 6 weeks.

Or a general non-science course that is required by the diversified education curriculum in my university. These include art classes, music classes, language classes, etc.

Now, PHY is a type of course that I personally am having trouble with during the course of regular semester, but only because there is work for other classes involved, and there's just very little time. I'm not sure how much this course would cover in one week (as opposed to 1 chapter a week for regular semester).

MAT 211 - well, if there were no other courses during a regular semester, then, and I can only speak for the math courses I already took (non-accelerated Calc A, B, C), I would be able to handle those three at at least 2x the pace (2 chapters a week as opposed to one). But I don't know about linear algebra, I never took linear algrebra (hence why this is intro), so I don't know how difficult it is.

General courses - they are just too diverse, and I have no idea whether it would make sense to take classes such as "Acting I", "Performing and Performance", "Intro to Music", "Intro to French", "Foundations of Drawing", etc.

Please give me some advice.

Thanks,

Anthony