« on: December 16, 2004, 08:11:12 AM »
Anyone can pick a question from their major that a majority of people are not going to have a clue with. That isn't what classifies a major as hard.
My major is psychology, and I bet most of you couldn't answer questions from my exams...but that doesn't mean you couldnt with a bit of studying. I cant do that finance problem but I bet it would be extraordinarily easy if it was one of my classes.
First question on my Child development Midterm:
***Immaneul Kant argued that children have an unlearned (innate) understanding of several concepts, including space, time, and number. Basic ideas about the world (such as "number") that are thought to be hard-wired into the brain are known as:
a) architectural constraints
b) representational constraints
c) developmental constraints
d) modular constraints
e) chronotopic constraints
Ooooh, psych is a hard major because you can't answer the first easy question on my mid-term!!! That finance guy needs a clue, seriously, heh. Newsflash, show up to the finance class where they teach that, the question is easy. Read the first half of the first chapter of my psych text, this is easy.