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warezfan

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Hi everyone.

I'm struggling to finish my degree and is on probation now. I am here to ask everyone what is the easiest non first year subject. I have completed my major already which is Finance but I still have about 3 subjects left as electives. I don't think I can choose any first year subs any more. Please tell me the easiest subjects you've done that is not first year, preferably second year since I might not have the prerequisites.

Thank you.
 

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whats probation?
is that where you fail a subject, repeat and fail it again, and then the school says that you have to pass it on 3rd attempt or get kicked out?

dont worry mate, theres i'm sure you'll be ok after you finished your major

If your'e talking about GEN ED
i hear ergonomics is an easy subject. i did GENE8000 and was piss easy (learning how to use excel) In my first degree, i did puppet making and totally HD-ed it without doing any studying. some of the gen eds i hear involve a fair bit of work such as the fitness and health one.

for gen ed, i was gonna say fins1612, but i guess you got all your finance subs out of the way? PPl in my finance class were saying how marketting and HR subjects were a fair bit easier.
 

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Hi everyone.

I'm struggling to finish my degree and is on probation now. I am here to ask everyone what is the easiest non first year subject. I have completed my major already which is Finance but I still have about 3 subjects left as electives. I don't think I can choose any first year subs any more. Please tell me the easiest subjects you've done that is not first year, preferably second year since I might not have the prerequisites.

Thank you.
What's your other major/minor?


whats probation?
is that where you fail a subject, repeat and fail it again, and then the school says that you have to pass it on 3rd attempt or get kicked out?

dont worry mate, theres i'm sure you'll be ok after you finished your major

If your'e talking about GEN ED
i hear ergonomics is an easy subject. i did GENE8000 and was piss easy (learning how to use excel) In my first degree, i did puppet making and totally HD-ed it without doing any studying. some of the gen eds i hear involve a fair bit of work such as the fitness and health one.

for gen ed, i was gonna say fins1612, but i guess you got all your finance subs out of the way? PPl in my finance class were saying how marketting and HR subjects were a fair bit easier.
Shut up, you fucking spastic.
 

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Yeah probation is when you fail twice in a row.

I can't do gened anymore. I ran out of gened credits.

My major is finance and I already did 8 subjects:

1612
1613
2624
wealth management
intl business finance
options
interest rate
research methods

My minor is accounting and I did 4 subjects:

1A
1B
management acct 1
management acct 2

Please help me more. Thank you.
 

tallkid34

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Yeah probation is when you fail twice in a row.

I can't do gened anymore. I ran out of gened credits.

My major is finance and I already did 8 subjects:

1612
1613
2624
wealth management
intl business finance
options
interest rate
research methods

My minor is accounting and I did 4 subjects:

1A
1B
management acct 1
management acct 2

Please help me more. Thank you.
Shinji could probably help you out here. I was hoping you did an eco major as your other major/minor but you're not so I can't really help you here.
 

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Why don't you just put in some hard work and get an accounting major?
 

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Why don't you just put in some hard work and get an accounting major?
Because I don't want to study hard and don't need a career. I just want the easiest road so I don't waste anymore of my parents money by failing.
 

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You could do some 2nd/3rd year management courses because a few don't have pre-requisites. Perhaps the ones the liberal studies students have to do? It should just be essays.
 

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