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    what does this mean? (letter from the professor)

    For Chem *** (Undergrad chemistry research for Juniors) my CRN for course registration is ******. You should register for 1/3 as many hours as you plan to work in the lab.

    I can't understand what the professor is saying. I am starting to undergraduate research in his laboratory and I asked him about the registration for that research. And he gave me the answer like above. Could you please help on this?

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    Re: what does this mean? (letter from the professor)

    What I understand is:
    Suppose that you plan to work in the lab for 9 hours.
    He suggests you should register for 3 hours (1/3).

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