Whats you schedual for next semester look like?

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Here is mine...just ignore the numbers and abbreviations that don't make any sense...I just copied and pasted.

PHIL-200-S01 (89981) Introduction to Logic New SPH 0128 R MWF 11:00AM 11:50AM

ENGL-201-S04 (88640) Composition II New SSB 0020 D MWF 10:00AM 10:50AM

MATH-215-S01 (89221) Matrix Algebra New SSHA 0315 D TTH 09:00AM 09:50AM

PHYS-211L-S06 (90032) University Physics I Lab New SCEH 0301 L TH 10:00AM 11:50AM

PHYS-211-S01 (90023) University Physics I New SCEH 0320 R MWF 08:00AM 08:50AM

MATH-225-S04 (89225) Calculus III-Honors Only New SIM 0127 D MTWTHF 03:00PM 03:50PM
 

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No sciences for me :rolleyes:

ECON 100 (3) Intro to Economics
POLI 100 (3) Identities and Communities
PHIL 100 (3) Rhetoric and Reasoning
ENGL 111 (3) LITERATURE & WRITING I
PSYC 111 (3) CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY I
SOCI 111 (3) INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (Number 3 on Wait List)
ENGL 115 (3) COLLEGE COMPOSITION (Number 3 on Wait List)
CREW 120 (3) INTRO. TO WRITING FICTION (Number 9 on Wait List)
 
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Hmm, we only do 4 subjects per semester at uni over here (at least most of the unis do).

606204 Ecology: Communities and Ecosystems
421316 Engineering Hydraulics & Hydrology
421318 Construction Engineering
640122 Physics B (Advanced)
 
  • #4
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Math 322: Abstract Algebra 1
Math 401: Advanced Calculus 1 (I think it is more commonly called Real Analysis)
Math 327: Discrete Structures
CS 152: Intro to Java
Astr 101: Intro to Astronomy

Next semester is going to be awesome!

8 classes in one semester Smurf? How exactly do things work up there?
 
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Kazza_765
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Ahh I hate you matt. I wanted to astronomy this semester but couldn't fit it in. :cry:
 
  • #6
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Welll, I would have horrors like "Modelling & Simulation 3", "Fluid Mechanics 3", "Heat Transfer 2", "Industrial Management 3", "Deformation Processing" and "Plasticity 2", but I graduated so I don't!

Nerr nerr ne nerr nerr!
 
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mattmns said:
Math 322: Abstract Algebra 1
Math 401: Advanced Calculus 1 (I think it is more commonly called Real Analysis)
Math 327: Discrete Structures
CS 152: Intro to Java
Astr 101: Intro to Astronomy

Next semester is going to be awesome!

8 classes in one semester Smurf? How exactly do things work up there?
I'm a genius, what can I say?

:tongue2: The waitlisted ones are my first choices, if I get into them I will drop from other ones. Only 5 per semester.
 
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mattmns said:
Math 401: Advanced Calculus 1 (I think it is more commonly called Real Analysis)

We have an Advanced Calc 1 class at my school and we have a Real Analysis class. The thing is that the Advanced calc classes are 492 (or 500 level if your taking them as a grad student). Where as the real analysis is something like 423 or something. Who the comes up with those numbers anyways?

Regards
 
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Here I think they are roughly the same class. You can take it as 401 or 501, they are both the same teacher, same time, same book, but 501 is graduate, so I assume there is some sort of extra work required. Also 401 is called Advanced Calculus, while 501 is called Introductory Real Analysis.
 
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heh, third year of high school first semester

P1- Precalc
P2- AP Biology
P3- Physics
p5- AP AZ/US history
 
  • #11
Lyuokdea
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I'm on quarters here, so the usual is 4 classes:

Fourier Analysis and Partial Differential Equations
Geophysics
Organic Chemistry
Intro to Latin <-- Making two years of foreign language absolutely useless

~Lyuokdea
 
  • #12
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well, I am in high school, but anyway

Precalculus/Analysis
Business
Honors English III
Honores Chemistry
Spanish I
History (US I believe)
 
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gravenewworld
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Smurf said:
No sciences for me :rolleyes:

ECON 100 (3) Intro to Economics
POLI 100 (3) Identities and Communities
PHIL 100 (3) Rhetoric and Reasoning
ENGL 111 (3) LITERATURE & WRITING I
PSYC 111 (3) CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY I
SOCI 111 (3) INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (Number 3 on Wait List)
ENGL 115 (3) COLLEGE COMPOSITION (Number 3 on Wait List)
CREW 120 (3) INTRO. TO WRITING FICTION (Number 9 on Wait List)


24 credits in 1 semester? what do you have class from 8-6pm everyday?


my schedule-

ECO: Advanced macroeconomics
CHM: Computational Chemistry research
CHM: Analytical Chemistry
CHM: Analytical Chem lab
ETH: college ethics
MAT: hilbert spaces & quantum mechanics
 
  • #14
Gokul43201
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gravenewworld said:
24 credits in 1 semester? what do you have class from 8-6pm everyday?
Didn't you read the bit about the waitlists ?


my schedule-

ECO: Advanced macroeconomics
CHM: Computational Chemistry research
CHM: Analytical Chemistry
CHM: Analytical Chem lab
ETH: college ethics
MAT: hilbert spaces & quantum mechanics
Nice ! :approve:
 
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Smurf said:
No sciences for me :rolleyes:

PSYC 111 (3) CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY I

hahaha... think wea ll know what he's thinking
 
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organic chem 1
biology 2
english 2
chem sources

if i pass DE in august, then also real analysis 1, pde
 
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Smurf
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Pengwuino said:
hahaha... think wea ll know what he's thinking
:confused: I'm at a loss. What am I thinking?
 
  • #18
High School Senior:
Band (Symphonic and Jazz)
AP Biology
AP Spanish 5
AP English 4
AP Statistics
AP Comparative Government (Finally, a government class)
Real Analysis/Abstract Algebra (I'm not sure which yet. I still have a week to decide...)

I think this is going to be a fun year...especially with college applications to worry about.
 
  • #19
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cronxeh said:
if i pass DE in august, then also real analysis 1, pde

You took diffeqs as a summer course?...around here the only summer courses offered are generals.
 
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Townsend
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Smurf said:
:confused: I'm at a loss. What am I thinking?


Girls perhaps? A class like that should be packed with the ladies...
 
  • #21
Smurf
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Townsend said:
Girls perhaps? A class like that should be packed with the ladies...
That had nothing to do with me taking it at all.

:confused: Why do you say that? I don't see any paticular attraction between girls and psych.
 
  • #22
Townsend
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Smurf said:
That had nothing to do with me taking it at all.

:confused: Why do you say that? I don't see any paticular attraction between girls and psych.


Empirical evidence would seem to suggest that a lot of girls do take that class. I have no idea of how to explain why but I have observed it.
 
  • #23
Smurf
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Townsend said:
Empirical evidence would seem to suggest that a lot of girls do take that class. I have no idea of how to explain why but I have observed it.
Well. What an unexpected bonus. o:)
 
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2005 Autumn semester (2nd year of undergrad):

i) Classical Mechanics (3rd-year level, Thornton & Marion)
ii) Adv. Electrodynamics (4th-year level)
iii) Modern Physics (intro. to QM, solid state physics)
iv) (tbd - a graduate mathematics course, either Complex Analysis or ODE)
v) English - Studies in Poetry (why not?)
 
  • #25
yourdadonapogostick
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Economics
AP Physics
Speech
AP Calculus
English 12 CP
Fitness
Chemestry 1
 
  • #26
zanazzi78
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Level 1;
PH-101 Dynamics
PH-102 Vibrations and Waves
PH-103 Electricity and Magnetism
PH-104 Introduction to Astronomy and Cosmology
PH-105 Modern Physics
PH-106 Thermal Physics
PH-107 Experimental Techniques I
PH-108 Experimental Techniques II
PH-111 Introduction to the Analysis of Scientific Data
and Modelling of Physical Systems
 
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Townsend
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zanazzi78 said:
Level 1;
PH-101 Dynamics
PH-102 Vibrations and Waves
PH-103 Electricity and Magnetism
PH-104 Introduction to Astronomy and Cosmology
PH-105 Modern Physics
PH-106 Thermal Physics
PH-107 Experimental Techniques I
PH-108 Experimental Techniques II
PH-111 Introduction to the Analysis of Scientific Data
and Modelling of Physical Systems

:eek:

Nothing but physics? You're crazy...
 
  • #28
Kazza_765
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Bah, stop being so lazy zanazzi. You're not even taking PH-109 or PH-110. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
 
  • #29
Nylex
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You spelt "schedule" wrong.

In the autumn term of my 3rd year, I'll have:

Laboratory (which should be C++ for me :D)
Observatory Lab
Astrophysics of the Sun and Stars
Solar-Terrestrial Environment
Spacecraft Design
Observational Cosmology

Townsend said:
:eek:

Nothing but physics? You're crazy...

In the UK, we don't really get to do stuff from other departments besides our own.
 
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Townsend said:
:eek:

Nothing but physics? You're crazy...


In the uk we don`t get to pick our subject! we are told you have these 8modules and you can pick one more from these five to supplement the number of points earned You get a choice of Nanoscience, Developing medical Technologies, Nuclear physics, Cosmology and particle physics (why they are together i don`t know but I intend to find out!) and Superfluidity and Superconductivity.

In a way it`s good as the degree becomes a lot more specific.

And i forgot to put the two maths modules on; one is strait calculus and the other MATLAB (which i love! :cool: )
 
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recon
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I notice that most people here take a wide variety of subjects - both in the sciences and the arts. It's quite unusual for people in Brunei to be well-rounded academically in that way.

I'm now in my second last year in high school (the school year started in March), and like most other 'science-stream' students at my school, I am taking 5 A-Level courses:

1. Physics
2. Chemistry
3. Biology
4. Mathematics
5. General Studies

We don't have any fancy names for our subjects, since the range of courses available at my school is quite limited...I think it works in almost the same way as in the UK. I'm likely to continue study in all 5 subjects in the next school year, although there is a possibility that I might be doing further maths.
 
  • #32
Townsend
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Nylex said:
You spelt "schedule" wrong.

If the fate of mankind depended on my spelling we would all be doomed.

In the UK, we don't really get to do stuff from other departments besides our own.

I see...well I suppose that's not a bad thing...certainly would make you knowledgeable in your particular subject...

Regards,
 
  • #33
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MATH 302 - Modern Algebra
MATH 370 - Mathematical Model Building
MATH 414 - Topology
PHYS 320 - Classical Mechanics
PHYS 380 - Methods of Experimental Physics
PHYS 510 - Mathematical Physics
 
  • #34
ek
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I took two courses this summer to start off second year so I can just take four courses each semester this year and stay on schedule.

MATH 200 - Multivariable Calculus
PHYS 214 - Laboratory Electronics
ASTR 200A - General Astronomy I
PHIL 100 - Intro Philosophy

I also took ASTR 200B (General Astronomy II) and MUS 111 (Fundamentals of Music) this summer.

It's 19 hours per week, which is ok I guess. What sucks is that I was forced to take a bunch of 8:30 classes. My earliest class in the last year has been 11:00. It's going to be mighty tough getting up at that time.
 
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Kakarot
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ill be taking nothing! lmao
 

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