I can remember from my own personal experience in college when I took a Geology class (hey I know what you’re thinking, but it was better than taking Chemistry or Physics!) and 90% of the class failed the first test (there were about 150 students in the class). Our instructor told the whole class not worry. He then said, “I’m not surprised that most of you did poorly. None of you took Geology in high school, because its not offered. Since you haven’t taken it, you have no background in it. Trust me you will get better at it.” He was right, because I did get better and finished with a final grade of a “B”
Now I know you are kinda bummed, but trust me, when we get to the next section, Scheduling you will be excited! Major classes are pretty self-explanatory. They are classes that focus solely on the major or subject that you want to get a degree in. For example, if you want to major in Criminology, you’ll take classes such as: Psychology of Crime, Victimology, Pre-law, etc. That’s right, no more math! Of course these are the classes that you should also do really well, because you are interested in them right? No more boring classes like Algebra II which you will never use in your life. Just be careful, because they are going to be difficult and demanding.