maybe non-project class for Summer I, then break Summer II

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AardvarkGoodSwimmer
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01 Jun 2010, 8:42 pm

First off, college classes in summer school are a sprint. It's two hours a day Mon., Tues., Weds., Thurs. And Summer II begins immediately after Summer I. My advice, if you take a class or two Summer I (preferably just one) is to take a break Summer II, and to use that time to gear up in your own personal, roundabout way for the Fall semester.

And projects in Summer school can eat you up, or at least they can for me. My problem is that I focus so much on topic selection and trying to have a really worthwhile project (instead of one which is merely good enough or above) that my time is severely limited in the actual doing of the project. So please be careful. And play a good solid game, mistakes and all (mistakes are merely texture!)