« on: March 02, 2010, 02:41:04 AM »
Psych was my undergrad, and it was a joke. I was actually in the same boat you were when I started undergrad. I wanted to combine psych and the law being as those were the only two things I had an interest in. Psych allowed me to work a pretty much full time job as a Medical Asssistant (32 hrs), take more than 15 units, and drink heavily 4 nights a week. I got over psych really quick because it was always a class full of guys with testicles removed, hippies, and women complaining about their problems/telling you how much their lives sucked. Don't forget the old biatch who was too fat to fit in her desk who always complained about her fibromyalgia and made us stay 15 minutes after class ended to tell us stories about her mother that no one cares about. The worst was the teachers who thought telling someone that they were wrong would hurt their psyche. I got my professors to change grades by telling them crap like it would "damage my educational progress to get this type of grade, I'm really trying." Do you want to go to the Zen center and stare at the wall with Buddhist monks for 2 hours trying to find yourself? Psychology is great and I actually love it, the problem is that the idiots have taken over the curriculum in the name of tolerance/diversity/idiocy. One of my classes we watched episodes of star trek every week and had to write a one page psychological analysis that he admitted he never read. As long as you turned in something you got an A. The final was a 20 point quiz that he gave us the answers in advance to memorize.
Ultimately it's your choice man, but I'd say not worth it considering you are doing well and are in the law school frame of mind.
Best to you bro