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How many students are in the classes that you attend at the U of M? Like what are your smallest and largest amount of student classes? I'm thinking of going there but not sure of the number of students per class.
It really depends on your major. I'm a neuroscience major, so I can only speak for the science related classes, but I am sure it's similar for every college (CLA, CSE, etc.) In the first two years, you're typically in the larger classes, especially when completing classes that are pre-requisites for your major classes, such as general chemistry, organic chemistry, physics. Once you get into your major classes and the lib eds, you'll start to get the smaller classes. If you're worried about being in a large class, most universities are going to have that problem with the general requirement classes. The solution is to sit in the front, or near the front, and get to know the professor. That tends to shrink the class down for me because I don't really "see" everyone else.
Thank you for the super great tip!
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