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So I procrastinated registering for this semester due to some family and job issues (wasn't sure if I was going to do any classes this semester) and am now quite limited in my choices. I'm trying to stick to online classes (and only take 2 of them) since I do work 40 hours per week (with pressure coming down in the next few months that could go up to 50-55/week)
In any case I'm going to be taking an "Intro to Social Psychology" course, which I've been lead to believe is fairly easy from those who've already taken it. There's a few other options if I'm willing to go to campus, but there's one other online course that's I need to take and still has spots open....Linear algebra and differential equations. I just completed the prereq for the course (Calc 2) with a B, that was in a normal classroom setting however.
From what I hear though this is one of the toughest math (actually one of the toughest classes period) I'll have to take in my college career.
I guess I'm looking for experiences with linear algebra/diff eq and if it's crazy for me to even think about doing this, or maybe by putting in my normal math study time (1.5 hours per day, 7 days a week) I could irk out a B or C. Any advice/observations would be greatly appreciated.