I am assuming you have already read my post about selecting classes and professors that would benefit you the most as far as difficulty is concerned. This post I will generally talk about selecting elective classes.
I would strongly suggest any student who wishes to excel in their academic career to pick electives they are genuinely interested in. For example, if you are interested in psychology, but your major doesn’t have anything to do with the psychology field, take a 100 level psychology class that would fulfill a general education requirement. From personal experience, when I was learning topics that I was truly interested in, I retained information much easier, and actually learned a thing or two. There were numerous elective classes I took that did not have anything to do with my major, but I actually enjoyed going to those classes. Thereby, getting perfect grades in such classes was pretty much effortless. Whatever you do, do NOT take classes that are interesting, but don’t fulfill any credit criteria. Trust me on this, you surely don’t want to spend another semester or two busting your butt just because you took irrelevant classes. So on a final note, take electives that you find interesting, but do not take an elective that does not fulfill an education requirement for your graduation.
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