@ kael: I don't know if Psychology has lab classes, but you better enjoy those new Physics and Chemistry lab classes. Pro tip: always come prepared with good cheats for the reports, it'll save you a lot of trouble.
But so little lab classes? I had a ton of them: the chemistry side has Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Analytic Chemistry, Food and Nutrition Chemistry, Biochemistry & Biophysics, Bioniorganic Chemistry & Quimiobiophysics; the biology side has Animal Physiology, Plant Physiology, Histology, Animal Physiology & Biophysics, Microbiology, Toxicology, Molecular Biology.
Good thing I like labs, or else I'd go nuts.
What would that be? My guidance counselor put me in pre-calc this year(No choice) since I was a freshman at the time and couldn't choose my class. This year, I'm a sophmore and learned about matrices, imaginary graphs, polar forms, hyperbolas, parabolas, ellipses and whatnot and should be taking AP Calculus AB(I think it's AB, is there a such thing?) next year if they don't force me into statistics next year(Better not.) So far, math is easy.
Meh, that's easy indeed. When you have to go to exams with 100+ pages of mathematical tables for statistical distribution (like Poisson and others) and start to calculate the metabolism of living organisms considering a humongous amount of factors, from area & volume to each metabolic process (and we have to bring the metabolic map to the exams... which big enough to cover a bedroom wall), then you'll be thankful for easy shenanigans like matrices and graphs.