Undergrads tend to have tunnel vision about their classes. They want to get good grades, etc. The crucial fact to realize is that noone will care about your grades, unless they are bad. For example, I always used to say that the smartest student will get 85% in all of his courses. This way, you end up with somewhere around 4.0 score, but you did not over-study, and you did not under-study. Your time is a precious, limited resource. Get to a point where you don't screw up on a test and then switch your attention to much more important endeavors. What are they? Getting actual, real-world experience, working on real code base, projects or problems outside of silly course exercises is extremely imporant.
Cutouts is an open source application. Code licensed under the MIT license. Copyright 2018 Siddharth Kannan