I was under so much stress at school. It sucked.
If I knew, even suspected, that I could take courses part-time during my degree, I would definitely have done that.
At the end of it, if you graduate in 4 years versus 5 is it really a big difference? You've taken the exact same courses just paced it better.
Most Helpful Guy
If you are working full time you can only go part time anyway. If you don't have work or any other major responsibilities then take 2 or 3 classes at most per semester, and try and figure out which ones have the most workload and is the most difficult. It's good to have a combination of 2 classes that have a balanced workload. If one has lots of tests, homework, presentations and even research papers you have to do, you can either take just that one class to completely laser focus on it for the semester or take only 1 other class, ideally one with much fewer tests, and fewer homework assignments, and absolutely no research papers, group projects or presentations that you have to prepare for and complete. Just ask around and see which courses have what specific requirements and try to figure out, if you can handle all of that workload in a single semester, and if you're working chances are any more 2 classes will be difficult unless you only work for a few hours for a few days per week or something.0
Most Helpful Girl
They want to get it out of the way. I thought school, from Pre-k through college, was easy as hell. I didn't go to several of my classes in college and still managed to get all A's and B's in all of my classes.
I'll be getting my Master's part time though since I have a full time career now. Honestly, part time only makes sense if you're working or if you have other obligations, but most people don't.0
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