Class Schedule at Boise State
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So in this video, I want to talk to you about my schedule here at Boise State. I am weird, so I'm kind of taking junior classes, but I'm also kind of taking some pre Rex. So if you're coming in just from high school, no calls credit augers will be different for me. I am a psych majors, so that might help a little bit with some of the classes that I'm required to take. I know that some freshman, not some freshman, almost all freshmen who I don't have any sort of college credit have to take. E. I think it's called its U F, but I think it stands for university foundations, which is a required a couple credit class that you have to take. I ended up taking called success back when I was in high school, which was the equivalent for it, so I don't have to take it. Because the Boise State is on a semester schedule, they d'oh fifteen credits a semester, which is usually about five classes. Some smaller classes are one or two credit some harder classes, especially black classes are four credits or more, so it really just depends. Mine is kind of all around, but most students will just take five three credit classes. You can always take more or less, but the in order to graduate in four years, you want to take fifteen. I have a biology lecture class from noon to one fifteen. I also have a Wednesday from noon to one fifteen and then for the same class. I have a lab Wednesday nights from sixty eight fifty. That class is a four credit class, and it is very difficult. Let me tell you, anatomy and physiology biology class is a very, very difficult class. So Monday's Okay, Mondays and then I have a little bit of a break and then I have choir from three to four and I have that all week. It's just a one credit class, but it is three to three fifty all week. From when do I have that from my from ten thirty Teo eleven forty five and I have that Tuesday and Thursday and then right after, from noon to one fifteen, I have math one, two three, which is quantitative reasoning, which is it's a really easy math class. On then Tuesday nights, I have art science, which is a part of Bill Living learning program that I have a part of. It's not required, but it is highly recommended. It just helps you meet new people and different things. So I have that once a week, Tuesday nights from four thirty Teo six, I believe, Yeah, six. Then we have events afterwards with your super fun. I have ultimate Frisbee practice because I'm a part of the women's ultimate here in Boise State. Go before girls on DH, then Sunday at for three to six. I have a new member meeting's currently because I joined a sorority and I, although I am, has been pinned. I haven't been initiated yet, so I'm still doing those meetings and learning everything. So I will be doing that Sundays and then I also have a chapter meeting for sorority, which is for initiated members, but then also new members considered and just learn and absorb at Six Park and then when I'm not too busy with homework in except around the weekends. I tried to go to church at eleven in the morning, so that is my weekly schedule.