Each semester I sign up for more credits than I can handle intending to drop horrible, evil, no good, very bad classes during the first week of school until I reach my range of credit-comfortability. To weigh the pros/cons of the purge I will observe: homework levels, lecture interest, teacher worth, and how-cute-the-guys-sitting-two-rows-over are, before making my final choice. The trouble is I can't decide what to eliminate from my schedule this time, when usually I know long before I walk into the classroom on the first day.
TODAY IS THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. I HAVE SEVEN CLASSES IN ONE DAY, AND I'M HEADING TO THE GYM AT 6 AM. HEAVEN HELP MY POOR ADDLED MIND.
Please help. Offer advice! Vote on which class seems the most odious to you and I will consider your input when choosing which of the 18 credit hours I've registered for...to kill. (Grayed out courses will NOT under any circumstances be dropped, don't waste your vote on them). I'm sure one or two of the religion classes will vanish--but which?
The Byzantine Empire (HIST 390 R)
Ancient Near Eastern II (HIST 239 R)
Hebrew Bible Studies (ANES 343)
Advanced Irish (DANCE 373R)
Advanced Tap (DANCE 335 R)
1 RB Folk (DANCE 378 R)
Revelations of John (REL A 392R)
Marriage "Prep" (REL C 234)
Doctrines of the Gospel (REL C 431)
Old Testament II (REL A 302) --Taken it before, but this is from Dr. Parry, my favorite Hebrew prof.