I'm dealing with a difficult choice that would affect my time at my new university. There's another math class I'm suppose to take, called MATH 413, in order to complete my major, but it's only available every odd year during Spring semester. My adviser never told me about this class, only recently by my Advanced Calculus professor, nor was it listed with the other math classes during my registration two weeks ago. Now I have to crash that class by Tuesday afternoon in order to add it to my schedule. However, my father advised me to drop my other Tuesday class, which will start in the morning, if I want to keep having 3 classes each semester, so I could have more free time and enough time to do homework. If I drop my other Tuesday class now, then I'll have to take it again in Fall or next Spring when there's other classes I have to take by then, but if I keep it, then I'll have less time with four classes, especially when two of them take place on Tuesday and are 5 hours apart (having only 2 hours of free time since the other 3 hours are important for my daily schedule). At this rate, I won't be able to find a relationship, get married, and have kids quickly in order for me to retain my youthful appearance once they reach their early teen years.