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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Pansori » Thu Aug 26, 2010 3:45 pm UTC

Final semester at college, my last school schedule as an undergrad:

Social Deviance (MWF) ... The teacher said we will talk about the "nuts, sluts, and perverts".

Anthropology of Religion
Hebrew Prophets
Hinduism
Children Literature (T, R) ... so far we have read Make way for Ducklings and Where the Wild Things Are. So much better than the scholarly crap I usually have to read.

I was just needing upper level classes to meet my degree requirements, those classes worked best with my work schedule and have a low stress factor.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Username4242 » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:50 pm UTC

Physics I
Biometry
Freshwater Ecology
Taphonomy
General Genetics

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Slpee » Thu Aug 26, 2010 8:35 pm UTC

Just for reference I'm a junior at high School, so here goes:

Physics C AP Mechanics
Calc AB AP
Eng 11 AP
String Orchestra (we have two orchestras, this is the better one, but i only got in because of a scheduling fluke, oh God help me)
Spanish 4 (would be honors, but i couldn't without dropping English, so yay easy class)
Computer Integrated Manufacturing \ _ these two are part of PLTW
Digital Electronics /

All in all, looks like i'm in for one tough year, but pltw courses and physics should at least be fun, calc too i suppose
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Zygimantas » Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:34 am UTC

I'm a sophmore in high school.
First semester:

Honors Chemistry
Intro to Business
Advanced Strength and Conditioning
AP World History
Honors World literature

Intro to bus and Honors Chemistry are block classes, meaning they are 90 min classes rather then 45 min. Intro to business is probably the easiest class out there and Honors Chemistry is my biggest challenge this semester, mainly because math is my weakness ( only class not advanced or honors). :|

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby TheKrikkitWars » Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:09 pm UTC

I just looked mine up to post, and it's fucking awful! However, this year 60% of my total grade depends on my work on "a novel synthesis of a 9,9 spiro-fluroene compound" consequently my timetable is a bit skewed to practicals which is a small bonus insomuch as I can set up the synthesis, then fuck off to the pub for an "editors lunch" (do some work, drink some beer, eat some food, do some work, drink some beer, repeat as required) and come back for the last hour or so to do my workup.

Monday: 10:00-17:00 Organic Labs
Tuesday: 10:00-16:00 Organic Labs, 16:00-18:00 Research Methodology Tutorial
Wednesday: 09:00-10:00 Organic Chem with Quantum Chem, 10:00-17:00 Organic Labs
Thursday: 11:00-12:00 Organic Chem with Quantum Chem, 15:00-17:00 Bio-organic and Medicinal Chem
Friday: 11:00-13:00 Organic Chem with Quantum Chem, 14:00-17:00 Research Skills for Chemists[weeks 1-9] / 14:00-16:00 Bio-organic and Medicinal Chem [weeks 9-12]

I can see issues with week nine, where I have to be in two lectures at once!
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Chuff » Mon Aug 30, 2010 4:31 am UTC

Physics 20/30 AP
Chem 30 AP
Math 31 AP
GH 30 AP (Euro)
ELA 30 AP (Lit)
French 30
Drama 30
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Jahoclave » Tue Aug 31, 2010 3:23 am UTC

Let's see:
Eng 720 Intro to Composition Methods
Eng 700 Intro to Research
Eng 703 Practicum in Teaching

Eng 110: Hate high school English teachers for Failing at Life
Eng 110: Really hate high school English teachers, the redux.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby NecklaceOfShadow » Tue Aug 31, 2010 4:33 am UTC

I'm a senior in high school:

1A: AP Physics (B)
2A: AP Spanish Literature
3A: IB Higher Level History 2
4A: IB Higher Level Maths 2

1B: IB Higher Level English 2
2B: IB Higher Level French 2 *
3B: Theory of Knowledge
4B: IB Standard Level Further Maths

* Okay, technically, I'm not in the class yet, but I will be once the transfer paperwork goes through and all that jazz.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby kapojinha » Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:10 pm UTC

Junior in High School.

AP US History
Pre-Calculus
AP English Language
Drama
Chemistry
German 2 (as a TA)

Less than pleased with my schedule. :|
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby sarahthegeek » Wed Oct 13, 2010 4:35 am UTC

Freshman in college!

Mondays and Wednesdays
11:15-12:05 - Arabic
12:20-1:10 - Intro to Music (basically, music appreciation)
2:30-3:20 - Intro to Anthropology

Tuesdays and Thursdays
9:30-10:45 - Astronomy
11:00-12:15 - Arabic
12:30-1:45 - Women's Chorus

Fridays
11:15-12:05 - Intro to Music (TA/breakout sessions)
2:30-3:20 - Intro the Anthropology

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby masakatsu » Thu Oct 14, 2010 7:25 pm UTC

Last Quarter of the 'book learning' phase of my Ph.D.

Advanced Study in Research Methods
Managing Human Capital in Health Care Enviroments

After this quarter, I have one of comprehensives (3 questions, 4 weeks, 50 pages) and my dissertation.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby _Axle_ » Thu Oct 14, 2010 8:22 pm UTC

My oh so tough semester . . . 1 class . I so need to get a job in the industry, so I don't have to be in a class next semester.

officially :
Mon - No class
Tues - Game 400 - 12:30 - 2:20pm
Wed - Game 400 - 12:00 - 12:50pm
Thurs - Game 400 - 12:30 - 2:20pm
Fri - No class

Unofficially :
Mon - 4:30 - 8:30, coding session with 2nd team to work on Physics
Tues - Free time, my game
Wed - 4:30 - 8:30, coding session with 2nd team
Thurs - Free time, my game
Fri -> Sun, either game time, or helping underclassmen friends through their assignments in CS, Math or Physics.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby doinkisaac » Thu Oct 14, 2010 11:11 pm UTC

I'm a sophomore in HS, and wee follow a "Block schedule" (most of you have probably had something like this, it goes "A" day: 1st, 3rd, 5th,7th, and "B" day: 2nd, 4th, 6th, and a rotating period. Bit I digress, here's my schedule.
1st: Algebra 2 (my best class)
2nd: Chemistry Hn (More forced science fair with "The Scientific method")
3rd: Gym 10
4th: AP World History (My teacher loves giving us unrelated readings to take notes on, and she grades hard)
5th: Eng. 10 HN (meh, I'm more sci/tech, but she's better than my other English teachers)
6th: ComSci (really old teacher, goes at a snail's pace, and I'm not sure she understands what she's teaching)
7th: German 2 (I think I'm going to take classes at a community college next year, I've learned more from looking at my textbook occasionally, than from my teacher)
Wow, that seems whiny. I really needed to get that out of my system. :D

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Mike_Bson » Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:56 pm UTC

1. Geometry
2. Computer Math
3. Ancient World History
4. Russian I
5. PE
6. English 9
7. Biology

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby SomeFloridaKid » Sat Oct 16, 2010 8:30 pm UTC

1 English 9
2 spanish 2
3 geometry
4 algebra 2
5 PE
6 world history
7 biology

all honors
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Chuff » Sat Oct 23, 2010 10:49 pm UTC

Chuff wrote:
Spoiler:
I'm in grade 11. Here in Alberta, 10 courses are grade 10, 20 courses are grade 11, and 30 courses are grade 12. There are a variety of in between courses that I don't really understand, and 31 is extra advanced.
I'm currently taking
Math30AP
Bio30AP
Chem20AP
English Language AP
European History 20AP
Drama 20
Advanced Acting 25

Math31AP (AB)
Physics 2030AP
English Literature AP (ELA 30)
European History 30AP (Social 30)
Chem30AP
Drama 30
French 30
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby nehpest » Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:50 am UTC

I'm a newly-transferred "junior" at my university, but I'm taking a freshman level class because it wasn't offered at my community college.

ECE 109/L - Introduction to Electrical Engineering, lecture and lab
EGR 402 - Ethical Considerations in Technology and Applied Science
MAT 306 - History of Mathematics
PLS 202 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
STA 599 - Special Topics for Graduate Students - R Seminar

I'm not a grad student, but the 599 class was open to anyone. I figured it would be interesting, and it turns out that R is pretty neat.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Dason » Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:40 pm UTC

nehpest wrote: I figured it would be interesting, and it turns out that R is pretty neat.

Are you talking about R - the stats package? I loves me some R.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby nehpest » Sun Oct 24, 2010 7:19 pm UTC

Dason wrote:
nehpest wrote: I figured it would be interesting, and it turns out that R is pretty neat.

Are you talking about R - the stats package? I loves me some R.

Indeed! I'm always on the lookout for free, neat software, and R can do a bunch of things that I'd normally consider Mathematica's domain. Since I don't have $140 USD to get Mathematica legally, R is a real life-saver. As an added bonus, I've learned a bunch of statistics in the course of learning to use R.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Dason » Sun Oct 24, 2010 7:22 pm UTC

What exactly are they covering in the seminar?
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby nehpest » Sun Oct 24, 2010 7:52 pm UTC

It's a basic "this is how to use R" seminar. We meet for two hours once a week, and so far we've learned how to mess around with datasets (creating, altering, and so on), various types of plots and charts, and a few other things of that sort. It's aimed at people who've never been exposed to the language before, but who might be familiar with SPSS or SAS.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Dason » Thu Oct 28, 2010 1:53 am UTC

nehpest wrote:It's a basic "this is how to use R" seminar. We meet for two hours once a week, and so far we've learned how to mess around with datasets (creating, altering, and so on), various types of plots and charts, and a few other things of that sort. It's aimed at people who've never been exposed to the language before, but who might be familiar with SPSS or SAS.

Awesome. Which reminds me... I'm teaching a 3 hour basic intro to R session next Tuesday. I should probably get that all prepared.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby JShilpetski » Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:38 pm UTC

SPRING 2011

09.491 Honors Independent Research I (Crowdsourcing Creative Writing)
11.102 German II, MWF 2-2:50
20.236 American Literature I, TuTh 12:30-1:45 (Native American through Emily Dickinson)
20.302 Creative Writing: Non-Fiction, Tu 6:30-9:30
20.365 Milton, MWF 10-10:50 (3/4 Paradise Lost, 1/4 Lycidas, Comus and Samson Agonistes)
28.110 Critical Thinking, TuTh 2-3:15

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Durin » Sun Oct 31, 2010 1:39 am UTC

Spring 2011
Physics Major
Second Semester Freshman at University of Illinois

Physics 213 - University Physics: Thermal Physics [2 hours]
Physics 214 - University Physics: Quantum Physics [2 hours]
Physics 225 - Special Relativity and Math Applications [2 hours]
Math 285 - Intro to Differential Equations [3 hours]
Math 415 - Applied Linear Algebra OR Math 347 - Fundamentals of Mathematics [3 hours]
German 102 - Introductory German II [4 hours]
LAS 122 - Leadership and Society [1 hour]

I may or may not do Math 415/347. I'm debating whether I'm trying to get too far too soon. But I have until 8 weeks to drop a class if I find it overwhelming or anything.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby phider2 » Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:35 pm UTC

I just registered for my classes next semester (freshman in college):

ENGL 1102 - English Composition II
POLS 1101 - American Government

PHYS 2211k - Principles of Physics II
MATH 2215 - Multivariate Calculus
CSC 2310 - Principles of Computer Programming

MUS 1061 - Wind Orchestra
MUA 1059 - University Basketball Band

I'm probably going to drop Gov't, since this has me in 19 hours. I've been told that I'm going to go crazy and my right brain is going to shrivel up and die. Personally I'm more worried about the future semesters where I have to make up for it by taking extra core classes (gov't, history, etc). I would take those now, but I didn't take a math this semester and I don't want to go a whole year before I start multivariate calc. Same with physics, since I took AP physics B and C in high school and I want to get 2211k out of the way while I'm still good at physics :/

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Hails » Fri Nov 12, 2010 4:59 pm UTC

I'm English so mine is kinda different, we start "college" at 16 which is like an intermission between high school and Uni and we choose our classes also we have 3terms but this year our third term is exams and we have study leave sooo..

Biology:
-First term: Unit 1 (1.1:Cells, 1.2 Exchange and Transport)
-Second term Unit 2 (2.1 Biological Molecules, 2.2 Food and Health 2.3 Biodiversity and Evolution)
German:
-First term: Pop Culture (Cinema, Music, Fashion) The Media (Television, Advertising, New Technology)
-Second term: A Healthy Life (Sport, Health and Wellness, Holidays) Family and Relationships (Family, Good Friends, Between Us)
French:
-First term: Pop Culture (Cinema, Music, Fashion) The Media (Television, Advertising, New Technology)
-Second term: A Healthy Life (Sport, Health and Wellness, Holidays) Family and Relationships (Family, Good Friends, Between Us)
Art:
-First and Second terms: Developing a project with a title of our choice (Change and Transition, Body Scale and Aging)

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Angstrom » Sun Nov 14, 2010 4:37 am UTC

This semester:
Gaseous Electronics
Microwave Engineering (Passive)
Thesis

Next:
Pulsed Power
Engineering Analysis
Thesis

So far the most interesting stuff i've learned in college.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby sodium » Thu Nov 18, 2010 8:18 pm UTC

Histology
Histology lab
Cell Bio
Cell Bio lab
Physics
Latin
Intro to computer programming 2

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby existentialpanda » Fri Nov 19, 2010 8:36 am UTC

(for the winter term of my first year of college)

Chem 1b
Math 1b (practical)
Physics 1b (practical)
Biology 8
Introduction to the History of Science
Frontiers in Chemistry
Frontiers in Bioengineering

In those last two, you basically eat pizza and listen to various professors talk about their research. Should be interesting. And free food!

I'm also doing orchestra, but not for credit because that would put me over the limit and my adviser is really against letting frosh overload. Luckily you don't have to be taking it as a class in order to participate. So I'm technically doing 52 units worth of classes, but I'm only 'officially' taking 49 of them.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby osiris32 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 10:48 pm UTC

Next term:

CJA-202, Substantive Law
CJA-217, Advanced Crime Scene Investigation
CJA-190, Crisis Intervention
FRP-212, Power Saws for Fire Use
FRP-255, Wilderness Survival
FRP-252, Weather of the Northwest

The law class is going to suck, because the guy who teaches it always gives us horrendous finals that are taken from the BAR exam. The rest of the classes will be fun, especially the Power Saws class. We get to chop down trees.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby B.Good » Tue Dec 21, 2010 11:04 pm UTC

Number Theory
Physics 2: Electricity and Magnetism
History of the Ancient World
Microeconomics

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby keeperofdakeys » Wed Dec 22, 2010 2:45 am UTC

This coming semester:
Multivariable and Complex Calculus
Algebra (linear equations and abstract algebra)
Data Structures and Algorithms
Database and Information Systems

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby existential_squirrrel » Wed Dec 22, 2010 5:53 am UTC

Second Semester of Freshman Year at Dominican University of California
Chemistry Major- with a Minor in Mathematics

Spring 2011

Math 1700- Calculus II: 4 units
Chem 2100- General Chemistry II: 3units
Chem 2105- General Chemistry II Lab: 1unit
Math 3150- Mathematical Reasoning: basically an intro to higher math for 4units
Honours 2053- The Scholar: Beauty in Culture for 3units
Chem/Bio 2990- Research Methodology I
Chem 4996- Internship: 1 unit

all the coursework above (except the research methods and honours classes) is at the sophomore level or above
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Hecate » Thu Dec 23, 2010 5:54 pm UTC

I'm hoping that my winter semester's courses will be a little more... engaging than my fall semester's courses. I'm taking an extra course as well, because last semester was actually quite boring; I made the mistake of taking some extremely easy courses.

Second-semester student
Major in Pure Math, and either a minor in Chemistry or second major in Statistics

Chemistry 2401 - Introduction to Organic Chemistry II + Lab: I am one of the few people who actually enjoy Organic Chemistry (if my labmates are any indication of how people feel about the courses) so I'm really looking forward to it. Last semester's course was a lot of study, so I expect this one will be too, but I'm interested in it, so I think I'll enjoy it and do well.

Computer Science 1510 - An Introduction to Programming for Scientific Computing + Lab: In which we learn to use Fortran... I don't know how I feel about this. I'm hoping I like it, but at the same time I'm hoping I don't like it too much, if that makes any sense. :?

Math 1001 - Calculus II + Lab: *Siiigh* I've done most of this course already, but my university wouldn't give me credit. I'm not certain how often I'll actually be going to this class.

Math 2051 - Linear Algebra II: I have a hard time thinking about Linear Algebra without laughing; last semester, I had an amazing prof, but who had a very heavy, and kinda strange accent. I learned a lot from him, and I couldn't have asked for a better prof... But he just makes me laugh. I also found it to be absurdly easy, so I'm hoping the second half of the course is the same way.

Pure Math 2320 - Discrete Math: My first actual Pure Math course... I'm kinda worried about this course because I don't have all the recommended prerequisites (One of Linear Algebra I and Calculus II is required; I have Linear Algebra I done already, but I'd be much more comfortable if I had had both done.) but I'm sure I can handle it. I looked at some past tests, and they seemed oddly easy. I assume it gets worse.

Statistics 2510 - Statistics for Physical Science Students + Lab: The only reason I'm considering a second major in Statistics is because my Pure Math major already requires a lot of courses that could also be used for a Statistics major; what I know of Statistics right now, I don't like. We'll see what happens.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Yambert » Sun Dec 26, 2010 1:23 am UTC

Freshman year of College... go ahead and guess what my majors are.

General Physics II honors
Linear Algebra I
Real Analysis I
Calculus II
C++ For Engineers and Scientists

18 hours :O

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby vilidice » Sun Dec 26, 2010 4:27 am UTC

HY 101 3 hours (Pass-Fail)
HY 102 3 hours (Pass-Fail) Western-Civ. 1 & 2, my last GER classes!
Applied Linear Algebra 3 hours (only one math class a semester until I graduate :-( )
Intro. Descrete Structures 3 hours

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby cjmcjmcjmcjm » Mon Dec 27, 2010 5:14 am UTC

15 Hours next semester, no lab sciences (going to UK campus)!

  • British Studies (6hr): I've heard that this class has very apt initials
  • ES10? Some intro to ES class (3hr) to satisfy a non-major science class credit
  • Class on Deviance and Crime (3hr)
  • America in the '60s (3hr)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Username4242 » Mon Dec 27, 2010 5:34 pm UTC

Wildlife Management Techniques
Evolution
Behavioral and Evolutionary Ecology
Macroevolution and the Fossil Record
Fish and Wildlife Topics
Ornithology

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Atmosck » Tue Dec 28, 2010 8:24 am UTC

CG 120 Computer Programming (3)
Math 233 Calculus 3 (4)
Math 341 Intro to Modern Geometry I (3)
Phil 261 History of Modern Philosophy (3)
Mus 267 University Symphony Orchestra (1)
Mus 273 Individual Performance in Bass (2)

These are all on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with the exception of calculus, which is those three and Tuesday, and Mus 273 which is one day a week, TBD. Also, I have 15 minutes to get all the way across campus after calculus (on my bike), get my bass out of the music building, and then walk two blocks to the rehearsal hall with it for orchestra. This is gonna be a hell of a semester.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby cameron432 » Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:48 pm UTC

This semester:
AP Physics
AP World History Independent Study
Law & Justice
*drive to community college*
Calc 2/3 (right now, I've got this hour off)
Humanities
Random computer class

I pretty much love my schedule right now =D. AP Physics is work, but it's an awesome class. AP WH is easy. Law is easy, but still interesting. Calc is awesome (I've always loved math though). Humanities is EASY (but it looks good, and I thought it'd be harder/more interesting, and it's required). And the Computer class has one of the best teachers ever xD


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