College life has its ups and downs, especially when you’re trying to pick out college classes. There are those long weeks of serenity and the occasional walk to enjoy mother nature, and there are the "sleeping in the library" days when one hour melds into the next (couple of decades?) before you realize the words really shouldn’t be dancing around on the page. However, breaks and exams aside, perhaps the most significant inducer of the dreaded “Should I drop out?” question is course scheduling time. Having gone through three semesters of class scheduling myself (and constantly thinking about the next semester), I know choosing the right classes can be intimidating. If you're planning on double-majoring or concentrating, then the task might seem even more challenging. However, there are numerous resources to help alleviate some of that anxiety and help you make the right choice! Below, I’ll elaborate on six key tips and resources to help you make the best of your four (academic) years at college!While they won’t be able to provide the exact information (such as whether you’re on track for graduation, requirements for your major, etc.), they can still help you think out loud and provide guidance on course load balance or which electives might match your interests.
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