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05-09-2012, 08:30 PM
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tried it does not show it unless i missed them
This?

http://www.hec.ca/programmes_formati...ion/index.html

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Apparently no bus service available? My brother has been stuck in the rain for 1h30...
The busses are running, they're just jam packed.

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I just got to work after 2h30, the bus service is available and there are special buses doing the metro lines, so theres a bus leaving henri bourassa and stopping at every station on the orange line until berri. same with the other stopped lines. But these buses are jam packed

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Nope. Go find the political forum if you want to talk politics. This thread is steering clear of that topic from now on.

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My academic question remained without an answer. Basically I contemplate into taking these two courses:

-PPA1100 which would be helpful in dealing with issues pertaining to homework and kids' academic/intellectual development if I were to have kids one day.
-PPA1111 which would be helpful in dealing with issues pertaining to kids' behavorial development and their implications in case of behavorial problems. The course seems to treat the academic implications more in depth than other implications of behavorial problems, though.

I do, however, know that these two courses have the status of electives for a physics student. However, I can only choose one of them since I can only have one elective. Is there anyone here that even actually took any of these courses? They seem to be psychology-heavy so I wonder how hard or otherwise different these courses would be from physics courses.

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My academic question remained without an answer. Basically I contemplate into taking these two courses:

-PPA1100 which would be helpful in dealing with issues pertaining to homework and kids' academic/intellectual development if I were to have kids one day.
-PPA1111 which would be helpful in dealing with issues pertaining to kids' behavorial development and their implications in case of behavorial problems. The course seems to treat the academic implications more in depth than other implications of behavorial problems, though.

I do, however, know that these two courses have the status of electives for a physics student. However, I can only choose one of them since I can only have one elective. Is there anyone here that even actually took any of these courses? They seem to be psychology-heavy so I wonder how hard or otherwise different these courses would be from physics courses.
I've seen you post this like three times. I don't go to your school, nor have I taken these classes, or any physics classes, but the first one looks more practical, which is what I personally, look for when choosing electives. Hopefully someone who actually knows what they're talking about can chime in

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05-10-2012, 04:18 PM
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I've seen you post this like three times. I don't go to your school, nor have I taken these classes, or any physics classes, but the first one looks more practical, which is what I personally, look for when choosing electives. Hopefully someone who actually knows what they're talking about can chime in
The first two times I have gotten no answer because the entire thing was drowned by protest talk and more protest talk.

But now I have a chance to get an answer.

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The first two times I have gotten no answer because the entire thing was drowned by protest talk and more protest talk.

But now I have a chance to get an answer.
No, you got no answer because most of us don't know the classes. Wish I could help but I have no idea really.

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Anyone here has the COMM220 question bank?

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Anyone at Concordia taking summer classes?

Fun times, eh?

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Anyone at Concordia taking summer classes?

Fun times, eh?
I ****ing hate it. Mon-Thu, 6:30-9. Thank God that's only until mid-June.

COMM 305 and MARK 402. I barely pay attention in the latter.

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Taking ECON203 online.

Lolsy.

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I ****ing hate it. Mon-Thu, 6:30-9. Thank God that's only until mid-June.

COMM 305 and MARK 402. I barely pay attention in the latter.
MARK 402's a joke of a course. I paid no attention in class and still got an A+.

I'm fortunate enough to only need to take 2 online electives during the 1st summer term. I took COMM 305 last summer...no fun

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Taking linear, MON-WED 6-9 and Micro online. My linear class has some of the dumbest people ever.

The kind of people who don't get why -0 = 0

Speaking of online classes, do you guys take notes in lectures? Just listen then read the textbook?


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Should've taken Micro with Terekhov at Mari.

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Taking linear, MON-WED 6-9 and Micro online. My linear class has some of the dumbest people ever.

The kind of people who don't get why -0 = 0

Speaking of online classes, do you guys take notes in lectures? Just listen then read the textbook?
You mean linear algebra or linear programming?

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You mean linear algebra or linear programming?
I assume algebra, he's going into marketing at JMSB.

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Taking ECON203 online.

Lolsy.
I was tempted to do it, it's probably gonna be my general elective.

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Anyone at Concordia taking summer classes?

Fun times, eh?
Summer 2. Taking 2 classes worth 3.75 credits each(7.5) total. They both have labs. I'm at school 8:45am-8:15pm

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You mean linear algebra or linear programming?
Completely irrelevant but linear programming is a fun course. Dunno what it's like at JMSB(for those here) but I did it in engineering, I liked it.

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Should've taken Micro with Terekhov at Mari.
Terekhov was a beast. Most awkward/best accent ever hahaha


And yeah, it's Linear Algebra. Both classes I'm taking now are pretty easy, except hard to manage because I'm working and drinking full time now. Welp.

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Hey guys,
Any tips on how to get A+ in COMM226.. I'm taking it online and I'm very lazy.. those chapters are long and boring.

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Any tips on how to get A+ in COMM226.. I'm taking it online and I'm very lazy.. those chapters are long and boring.
Study

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He speaks the truth though. Study.

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What is this "study"?

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Thanks, captain obvious.
I just wanted to know if it's possible to get a good grade in COMM226 without studying much. It would be great if people who ACTUALLY took comm226 in the past could provide meaningful feedback about the course.

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Anyone here take FINA 385 with Abraham Brodt? Taking the class now in the summer and I'm curious to know how the final will look.

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