Be prepared for classes

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Be prepared for classes - Do not take courses for which you do not have the necessary  prerequisites or skills. This practice takes the fun out of learning, leads to delays and  frustrations and may result in having to repeat the course. If you have to repeat the  course you have not gained anything anyway. Time your prerequisites - Try to take courses just after their prerequisite if possible. Try to plan your curriculum one year in advance - If possible, always be looking ahead  for one year of classes and roughly plan your coursework out to graduation. If your  department has a forecast of classes or a historical pattern, then use it to plan. Know  what substitutes, if any, are commonly being allowed by your department. Also, every  department has unwritten policies and procedures. Get to know people who can help  you understand what these policies and procedures are. See your advisor with your proposed schedule - Do not ask your advisor to make your 
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course US 1100 taught by Professor Carter during the Fall '07 term at Texas State.

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