Post # 1
I am going to start this off saying I HATE MATH, and hate is a understatment. I just found out my stupid “Carreer Counsler” didn’t know what the hell he was saying and I had to take a math class that I didnt even need keeping me from taking a class I actually needed this term, waisting my money, and not only waisting my time but also causing me extra stress… I know I cant do anything about it now but I needed to vent somewhere.
Post # 3
That happened to me before I know how you feel.
Post # 4
@MsPanda: I took a comp sci class because it was “required” and then found out it wasn’t. I hate when people act like they know whats going on when they don’t.
Post # 5
Yep that’s happened to me too. Thankfully mine was not with a math course though! I considered math my mortal enemy when I had to take those classes. Hopefully it was not too many credit hours to charge you for! : (
Post # 6
I’m on my third major and fifth advisor. I’ve learned that advisors rarely know your exact situation. It’s always in your best interest to be familiar with the requirements for your program. Don’t be afraid to question your advisor. Take a printout of course requirements with you to your meetings.
All that being said, I’m graduating in May (hopefully) and am taking English 101 this semester due to differences in policies between two schools that was only caught when I applied for graduation. Neither I nor my advisors caught it before then.
Post # 7
@SkiBunny: I found out its more common than i thought…
@asscherlover: Me too! I had no idea what I was doing it was my first term and now registering for my 2nd term i found out that i never had to take math…
@FloretteLiz: I am going to a comunity college so it doesnt cost as much as if i was at a university but it with books it still cost me over 500 dollars… that would have been really nice to just be able to throw at the wedding…
@Sugaree: I am not I have a print out of all the classes I need to take and slowly workin on crossing them off…