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Is it bad to drop a course in college?

I'm a freshman and I want to drop this french class i've been taking (not required for my major), was just a fun extra class i wanted to take but it has been so stressful/difficult and i'm failing. It's well into the semester but my college gives freshmen until december 2nd to drop a course without a W. i'd like to do this but i'm afraid of what my parents will say? it would only cause me to lose some credit hours

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