A: Hey Mike. I forgot about registration. I’m a day late, so all the classes are mostly full. What do you think I should do? B: You’re screwed. You can’t do anything about that. You have to hope that you get some classes that will be useful. A: Do you think going to the registration building will help at all. B: No. They will tell you the same thing in a worse way. A: Did you register yet? B: Of course. Registering for classes is not something you want to miss. A: What classes do you think are still open? B: Well, I know psychology 101 is a big class, so there will always be seats in that class. You can also get into Sociology. A: That’s helpful. Thanks. But what do you think about philosophy. I wanted to take that class this semester. B: I took that class last year. The professor is really cool, so if you go to his office, you can have him sign a card that will let you in even if the class is full. A: He does that? B: I guess that’s because so many people drop out of that class. A: That makes sense. I think I’ll do that. Thanks for all the help. B: No problem man.
#1. Mike forgot to register for classes. What is the consequence of missing your registration day?
#2. Why will psychology 101 be available to take?
#3. What recommendation is given if a class is already full?
#4. Why does the professor accept more students than the class allows?