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Hi everyone, I'm new to this site and I've looked around to see if this topic has been posted already but I didn't find any posts so sorry if I'm repeating. If you could link me to the existing post that would be great too! :)

But I'm an AEO BMOS student going into second year and I was wondering what to take for my electives that are known to be easy/bird courses in order to balance my workload. Thanks for all your help!
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I would like to know too! I am going into 2nd year.
Has anybody taken:
Law 2101
Education 2200E

I know they're probably not bird courses, but what are they like?
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I've taken Law 2101. There's a ton of reading so only take it if you have an interest in law. Some topics are really dry but the course overall is interesting and has great profs.

About 40% of the class got 80+ because 25% of your mark comes from online quizzes which everyone should get 100% on because they give you the answers.

Two exams worth 37.5% each, 50 MC. Very straightfoward, even though there's a lot of reading, this is the only course I've had with MC exams that only asked about main points and not random details from the book.
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if we're aeo and are in faculty of science, do we get NO electives in year 2?
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@abc321 wrote
I've taken Law 2101. There's a ton of reading so only take it if you have an interest in law. Some topics are really dry but the course overall is interesting and has great profs.

About 40% of the class got 80+ because 25% of your mark comes from online quizzes which everyone should get 100% on because they give you the answers.

Two exams worth 37.5% each, 50 MC. Very straightfoward, even though there's a lot of reading, this is the only course I've had with MC exams that only asked about main points and not random details from the book.




thanks for the informative answer!

anyone else have any suggestions?
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