homework#3 - Matthew Glynn Engineering Seminar Homework #3...

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Matthew Glynn Engineering Seminar Homework #3 Pages 133-135 A. #2 According to the 60 hour rule, I should be able to spend 60 hours per week on work, school, and homework. I am taking 15 credit hours and if I study 2 hours for every hour in the classroom, I study for 30 hours. I am trying to get a job to work 15 hours a week. This adds to a total of 60 hours, which means I am on the edge of breaking the 60 hour rule. However, I think I am overcommitted and that I am an overachiever. I could try to study amarter instead of harder to reduce the amount of time I spend studying. B. #14 Yes, I have already been to the free tutoring services around my campus. I have been to the Mathlab for Calculus and the Engineering tutoring program in the Seamon Center for help with Calculus because Calculus is the subject I’m having the hardest time with. There are tutors who can help me write my term paper in the engineering tutoring place, but they don’t have enough time to give lots of help. The Writing Center is the best
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