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• During the first week (sometimes two weeks) of Phase I registration, all SPAN courses and some FREN and GRMN courses are restricted to registration by EIA, GEML, HTS, IAML, INTA, and STAC majors only. If you are not one of these majors, you will get a major restriction 6 gas laws error if you try to register. Courses with available seats will open up to all students after electricity news philippines the restricted period (normally 24 hours after freshmen have begun to register).

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