I did pre-register, but the crappy thing is I want to make changes to what I submitted and the guy from ASU told me it still counts what I already submitted so by submitting new requests it doesn't really help me and can hurt me because the computer will pick a schedule out based on what I submitted and if I get a certain class I don't want another one (if that makes sense), but I will be stuck with both. He said my best bet is to leave it like it is and come registration time make changes then.
As of right now I pre-registered for:
M and W
915-1030 Macro Economics
140-255 English 217 (Reflective Essays, soooo easy no research
440-555 Psychology 101
Then Wed only:
Theater 405 (class on the works of Speilberg and Lucas)
I also pre-registered for English 210 (Creative Writing) which is an online class. I don't care what English class I get stuck with so thats why I submitted both. I would rather take 217, but I would also like the online so I can do it whenever.
If I get the online I will probably drop the Econ on MW and move it to a T and TH in the morning. I don't want a huge break from 1030-140 (plus I can sleep in after drinking on a Tuesday night just for Coppermine).
Another thing that throws a wrench in all of this is I need to take a pre-req for my major which is Journalism Mass Communications 201 News Writing, but I need to take a proficiency exam to be placed in it and I won't be going to Phoenix until the end of this month or early December.
I am hoping I can still get into it then which would be Mondays at 1200-130 and the 2nd day of the week depends on what class you get into. This would be cool because I could drop Econ and replace it with this so I don't have a long gap between classes and noon is late enough for a hangover. In this case I would take Econ next semester or in summer school.
Damn I hate this crap.
Hey Simulacrum, worst case scenario that I have 2 classes on opposite ends of ASU, how long would it take to get to class?
I am a Jr. so I should be in decent shape on the totum pole for GE classes. I went the AA route at my JC so I don't have all my GE done, but I have a degree (go figure) so that kinda sucks.