June 18, 2013

signing up for classes.

signing up for classes, or signing my life away? which one?...
it feels weird knowing tomorrow class registration opens up. i don't know why i am so against idaho.
i still don't want to go.
i am so excited to live with one of my very best friends, & have tons of fun with her. but the actual fact of going to BYU idaho & living in idaho is not sitting well with me. every time i think about it, i get butterflies. am i making the right choice? i just don't know anymore. & it's probably a little late to think about that.
does anyone have any suggestions for classes i should take? please & thank you.

9 comments:

  1. Bro. Kelly for science. He's a super good teacher and is so willing to work with you if you need anything. Bro. Kinghorn or Pyper for book of mormons were awesome and really helped me learn so so much! :)

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    1. oh my goodness, thank you so much! this will definitely help.

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  2. Bro. Rowe for Book of Mormon is awesome too. Sister Goodsell for Math108 is awesome. Sister Gee for English101 is wonderful. If your nervous... feel free to come visit :) it will surprise you. I was in the exact same boat as you.

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  3. So I agree with Mallory. Brother Rowe for Book of Mormon is amazing and pretty easy and Sister Goodsell is so nice and really helps you in class. Don't take Brother Griffith for Science and I would also avoid Brother Marshall for American Foundations! BYUI really does start to grow on you the longer you stay there. I absolutely love the campus and devotionals are also super. And shoot, if you don't like it, than get good grades and transfer to BYU! That's what I did. :)

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  4. If you're taking any art classes, Art 101 with Bro. Griffin is awesome! So simple, a quiz each week and just a lecture class but you learn a lot. And he is so funny! Bro. Romney for a religion teacher! He is amazing, I always felt the Spirit so much in there. Natural Disasters with Bro. Sant is so cool! I'm taking it right now. Where are you living for the Fall?

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  5. Freshman year is hard no matter where you go! Just keep in mind that it takes time to adjust. I didn't love my freshman year and heavily considered transferring, but I am so glad I decided to stay! I think it just takes time to really settle in and love school wherever you go!

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  6. The best humanities teacher is brother Davis. I loved him! He also teaches a mini photography course, so I'm sure you would enjoy that and do well in it. He's done so many cool things, so he has tons of experience and stories. Brother baron was fabulous for Book of Mormon. He teaches the principles behind the stories we've heard a thousand times... And he left me feeling spiritually uplifted every day. He may only teach Book of Mormon 2, so if that's the case, you should take him your second semester. He was wonderful & e work load was pretty easy. Whatever you do, don't take bother griffin for science, he was terrible. Let me know if you have any other questions, I know you might have a pit in your stomach over going to Idaho, I hated the idea too. But I promise you, as long as you keep your heart and min open, you will love it. I have never been happier in my life. I've fallen in love, found my best friend, fallen out of love, gone on so many fun adventures and learned so many things. I guarantee you will love it as long as you give it a chance. Let me know if you have any questions :)

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    1. oh my goodness, thank you so much!! i'll totally let you know if i have any more questions!

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