Or, in other words, are you going it alone with your class scheduling?
I did that for a couple of years when I was a "traditional" student. Then, I learned that I had to take two classes over that I thought I didn't have to take.
It was a big, and expensive surprise.
Then it turns out that if I had gone to talk to another advisor at the school, (after finding this out) I may have been able to NOT take these courses after all. So I was doubly wrong to try to figure things out myself.
My advice is to always check your schedule with a school advisor. AND, if you hear you have to re-take courses that you think you don't have to take, go to another totally different advisor to see what can be done.
You may also learn of pre-requisites or additional classes that you need too, or alternate choices you can make, and save yourself some time and money.
Good luck next semester, nontraditional students! I hope school is going well for you. And for those who are just thinking about going back to school, what is holding you back?
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Former Nontraditional Student at WKU
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