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  mds9986  |  22

Hmm, in mine it is your responsibility to take classes that don't have finals on the same day because all the dates for finals are posted well ahead of registration.

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  ThatHorse  |  15

Not all universities allow for that though #3. My uni made the rule "no more than 2 on the same day" (except in the case of special classes who had their finals start at 10pm, in which case it was automatically 3).

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  zeffra13  |  28

Same. Even though final dates are posted ahead of time, my school understands you can't always get into all the classes you need and not have all the finals supposed to be on the same day. Explain your situation to each professor as soon as possible and they'll see what they can arrange. (At my school, the teacher gets the final decision on who takes what when, since they're in charge of grading it.)

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57 - mine didn't either. Finals schedule was posted a week or 2 before Finals week. There was no rhyme or reason to it. My 9:30am Tue/Thu class had it's Final at 7 or 7:30pm Thurs evening, and my 8am MWF was I think at 5pm Thurs? weird stuff like that.

By  MoxleyCrue  |  17

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  annalily5  |  28

It also depends on how hard your college makes classes, particularly entry level classes, and depends on if any of your classes have labs. No offence, but if you have 7 classes and have no problem keeping up with it, your college is probably pretty easy and you didn't push yourself when choosing where to go.

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  toaster87  |  19

He's saying he has seven classes, but that probably includes lab. He also didn't say how many credit hours, or what classes, that could easily include 1 credit hour PE classes.

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  angelsaredicks  |  16

I am #18 and am a freshman at WVU, taking 7 classes, totaling 18 credit hours in mechanical engineering. I am currently enrolled in Chem 115, Engineering 101, 150 & 199, Calc 155 (calc 1), RPTR 140 (gen ed), and English 101. Oh, I'm sorry, if I include my 3 hour Chem Lab, that adds up to 8 classes. And I work 19 hours a week. College is only hard if you dick around and don't do the work. I'm proud to say I have all As and one B.

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  kk21days  |  13

My first semester of my freshman year was this: Lecture+lab; 4credits; biology Lecture+lab; 4 credits; chemistry Lecture; 3 credits; algebra Lecture; 3 credits; English 101 = 6 classes; 14 credits

By  Isandri  |  29

wow, this is against the rules here in Poland. You can have only 1 final a day. Talk to advisor, student body representative at your college. and gl with all the learning :3

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