Any recommendations on golf courses that won't break the bank?
Assuming that I have any time to play
Reynolds Park is a decent city course that is about 25-30/person w/ cart. Winston Lakes is cheaper city course, but is not as well maintained and incredibly unforgiving. Tanglewood has two courses, but only consider the Championship course since the other one gets neglected. It is a little pricier though (relatively). Supposedly Salem Glen got new management and isnt the dump it was a couple years ago when I went, so you might want to check that place out as well if you find a deal. Golf in the w-s area is pretty affordable and you should find deals for around 30 bucks for 18 w/ cart.
So our sections just came out. Can anyone tell me about these professors (Suzanne Reynolds, Kami Simmons, Sue Grebeldinger, Mike Green, and/or Luellen Curry)? I have looked on ratemyprofessor and their faculty bios, but what should I expect? Thanks
Ive had a couple of those professors, but don't feel comfortable talking about them since I'm not really anonymous and WF admins/staff lurk TLS. PM me if you really want to know.
What should I be expecting to pay for books and E&Es?
I just added everything up going off the used prices listed on Amazon and came up with $712. Seems high to me or is that about right?
Thats not a bad number at all. I bought everything my 1L fall semester and it came out to around 1k. What a waste of money in retrospect...
Is it necessary to buy supplements, and will the professor tell you which one(s) to use, or is it feasible to just use the assigned books?
Supplements are definitely not necessary but they are pretty good tools to use to gain a better understanding if the prof is not clear. In some of my classes my supplements were pointless, in others they were a lifesaver. Some profs dont think you need supplements for their class but others will give suggestions. If you have a prof that wont help you out, just post here and Im sure you will get a ton of suggestions specific for that prof.
GL 2Ls with OCI. I worked in Charlotte this summer, so if you have any questions about an interview with a Charlotte office feel free to send me a PM with questions.