The short answer to this question would be: Check with your school.
For a more thorough answer...
This depends on a number of factors, thought the ones which should be most strongly considered are the policies at the school which you attend, and your personal preferences and abilities.
Some institutions require a minimum of 12 credit hours for full-time students. This is generally most easily accomplished by taking 4 classes at 3 credit hours each, or 3 classes at 4 credit hours each.
Meanwhile, some schools can require as many as 15 credit hours before considering a student to be full-time. As most classes are either 1, 3, or 4 credits, this can be slightly more difficult to juggle, and fitting the proper classes into your personal schedule can be more difficult.
When selecting your courses, do consider your personal life. What you are and are not willing to change about your sleep schedule, study habits, work schedule (if any), and usage of your free time can either dictate or help you select what classes are right for you and when.
This answer assumes you live and attend school in the U.S. or Canada. Your institution's requirements and expectations may vary by country, or in some cases, even by state or province. Rule number one should always be 'check with your school!'
A fulltime student just goes to school, a working student has a job.
This greatly depends on the institution, so please consult your student handbook. A full-time student might have to take a minimum 9 units or credits to maintain full-time status as an undergrad, and 3-6 units as a grad student. A unit or credit is roughly equivalent to a number of hours per week in the classroom. The typical number of units or credits for an undergrad is 12.
Standards change based upon the needs of the service (and the attitude of the public...read administration); during the war a college student had to maintain a 2.0 average and carry 18 units in order to be considered a full time student; and draft deferred. GI bill veterans, only had to carry 12 units in order to be considered a full time student; and draw full GI bill pay.
I know for me, i have to be a full-time college student [at least 14 units] to be on their insurance.
If the tool is not in full working order it should be removed from service and either replaced by a new tool or sent away to be fixed and calibrated.
That will depend on if they are working or not. Some people work full time and attend law school.
Because the Site is too full
For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, the minimum amount of credits for a full-time student is 12 credits per semester. Summer and/or interim sessions are not required.
a full time student is always doing schoolwork/homeworka part time student only does the work in school;-)
No...why should you? A student would & should basically pay the same tax as anyone else for the income they make. You will receive the same, or more benefit.
It is a student who works in the summer