# Average Amount Of Math or Math-oriented Courses Taken Each Semester [closed]

I was wondering, from all of you, what the average amount of math and\or physics courses you were/are able to tolerate in one semester.

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## closed as not constructive by Austin Mohr, TMM, Qiaochu YuanNov 18 '12 at 21:19

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I don't think this qualifies for a limit tag. Even though it is about limits of a different kind:p –  Gautam Shenoy Nov 18 '12 at 19:55
@GautamShenoy Yeah, I know...I could find any tags that sufficiently described the topic. –  Mack Nov 18 '12 at 19:56
If you are already enrolled in a university, you should really be speaking with your advisor about these things and with not us. –  Austin Mohr Nov 18 '12 at 20:08
@AustinMohr I was asking of people's personal experience, that was why I felt it appropriate to ask a question like this on stackexchange. –  Mack Nov 18 '12 at 20:14
It’s a very individual thing. I never had a semester that was nothing but math courses, partly because I took at least one foreign language course every semester for fun, and partly because my alma mater required that a minimum of $19$ courses (out of $32$ required for graduation) be taken outside one’s major. I’d have been perfectly happy to take more each term, however. –  Brian M. Scott Nov 18 '12 at 20:37