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I guess this will be the official post your class schedule thread. This only applies to people who are currently in school; high school, college, grad school, etc.


Alternatively, if you are a professor or teacher, you can post which classes you are teaching.


Anyways, here is mine for this coming semester (In my school, most classes are term based):



PH2201 Intermediate Mechanics I

MA4451 Boundary Value Problems

CS1101 Intro to Program and Design



PH2202 Intermediate Mechanics II

PH3401 Quantum Mechanics I

CS2102 Object-Orientated Design


For next semester (assuming I don't change my mind between now and later):



PH3402 Quantum Mechanics II

PH2651 Intermediate Lab

CS3431 Database Systems I



PH2520 Introduction to Astrophysics

PH2510 Atomic Force Microscopy

PH2301 Electromagnetic Fields


A total of 8 physics classes and 4 "electives", sort of...

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I'm not 100% sure what I'm demonstrating but it'll cover both our semesters and will probably be:


Second year labs.

Maths II


As for classes I'm taking I've one less this year which leaves me with a grand total of:

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Behold my profoundly less impressive fall schedule:


Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Organization and Function of the Cell

History of China (until 1600)

Mathematics for the Life Sciences I

Russian 201

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Most of fall & some of spring: Human Medical Anatomy (teaching) (yes, the one where you cut up human cadavers)


Spring: Veterinary Surgery (taking).



At some vague point fairly soon, I need to take quals, too.

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Behold my freshman year first semester schedule:


Mechanics (the physics kind)

Advanced Calculus for Applications II

US History up to the Civil War

Research Methods

Honors Seminar


The last two are from the honors program I'm in. Research Methods is a prerequisite to doing undergraduate research and then a thesis, which I will be required to do before graduating.

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I have two semester this academic year.It will include



  • Engineering Mathematics-I
  • Basic Mechanical Engineering
  • Environmental & Civil Engineering
  • Applied Sciences-I (Physics, Chemistry)
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Basic Electrical Engineering
  • Communication Skill (English / French)
  • Elements of IT
  • Workshop Practice-I





  • Engineering Mathematics-II
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Basic Electronics Engineering
  • Applied Science-II (Physics, Chemistry)
  • Computer Programming
  • Industrial History, Geography & Philosophical aspect
  • Workshop Practice-II
  • Engineering Graphics-I
  • Performing Arts & Crafts Music / Acting / Painting / Embroidery

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At my high school I am taking:

  • AP English Language, Composition, and Literature
  • AP Biology
  • AP Physics B, C Mechanics, C EM
  • AP Statistics
  • AP Calculus BC


All of which are a full year. Then at a local college I am dual enrolled to take:

  • Organic Chemistry I (Fall Semester)
  • Organic Chemistry II (Winter Semester)
  • Social-Political Philosophy (Winter Semester)
  • Introduction to Philosophy (Spring Semester)

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semester one:

AP English Language and Compisition

AP Chemistry 1st half

Algebra 3


Calculus one at local college


Semester two

AP Political Science

AP Chemistry 2ed half

AP Environmental Science

Post WWII US history

Calculus two a local college

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Wow!! I am humbled by such talent and such a wide range of knowledge in this Forum. As a postgrad with a couple of post-docs behind me, I feel so thick here.


However, my teaching schedule is to teach Yr 9's Monday, Yr 7, 9, 10, 11 Tuesday, Yr's 12, 9, two bottom set Yr 11's on Wednesday, Yr 12, Yr 11, Yr 9, Yr 10 on Thursday. Yrs 7, 9, 11, 8 on Friday.


I think the people with the most to learn are the teachers, not the students. CERTAINLY true in my case. Good luck to all of you.

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