I have the option of applying credit for the classes I already took. This will lighten up my load ALOT. This is a very heavy course load school (8 classes a semester).
The only problem is, even if I do apply for credit, I still have to pay the full tuition. I don't get any money back for classes I opt out of.
I'm definitely not going to retake courses that are not really important (like business, fundamentals of computers).
But I'm thinking, should I re-take some programming fundamental courses? It's basically introduction to programming and intro to web development.
I passed these classes with very good marks, but if you asked me to take the finals on them again, I probably wouldn't do as well. I mean, the actual programming part of the exam I can probably still do well. But the multi-choice and short answer parts would be a little difficult for me to remember.
So my question is...since I'm paying for it anyways, should I retake these two classes? I mean, it's always good to get a really strong foundation on the fundamentals right?
On the other hand, there is also a chance I could do WORSE and maybe even fail the classes lol, that would totally suck...
This post has been edited by toad87: 08 February 2013 - 01:59 PM