Re: Miami University/ College Tips?
Alright guys, thanks for all replies and suggestions. As for how I'm in college at sixteen, I was home schooled, and started preschool a year early (started reading at three), and also kinda skipped second grade (did some over one summer). This puts me two years ahead, and here I am. I just had orientation this Monday and Tuesday, so I'm all signed up for classes. Unfortunately, I got into a late orientation session, so I didn't really have much choice as far as professors/time slots. Fortunately, I got all the classes I need.
MTH 123 (Precalculus)... didn't do quite well enough on the placement test to get into Calc I, which I will need to take second semester now to get into the Business School.
ENG 111 (Freshman English)... basically everyone has to take it
SOC 153 (Sociology in a Global Context)... This is what I ended up with for an elective, and it was a prerequisite for the Criminology minor, so it will help later on.
PHY 101 (Physics and Society)... what I ended up in for Nat. Sci. Not my first choice.
HST 197 (World History up to 1500)... Not my first choice or anything close, but it knocks out four different Global Plan requirements, so that's nice.
All of them three hours each, so fifteen hours total.
Redsfaithful, I'm going to MU, so your advice about not going, while certainly interesting, doesn't really apply at this point. As to police work, quite frankly, its what I want to do. However, that's why I'm gunning for a Business degree; its a broad degree from one of the best business schools in the country, in case police doesn't work out.
Once again, thanks for all the replies, keep 'em coming!
I'd rather listen to Kelch read the phone book than suffer through Thom Brennaman's attempt to make every instance on the field the most important event since the discovery of manned space flight. -westofyou
Last edited by Redsfan320; 06-27-2012 at 11:33 PM.