Occasionally we get questions of the form
I am a student of $N$th year majoring in $A$ with minor or emphasis in $B$. I took courses $C_1,C_2,\dots,C_n$ and did extracurricular activities $E_1,\dots,E_m$. I am interested in $F$, but also intrigued by career possibilities in $G$; my current plan is to do $J$ after graduation. Unfortunately I am facing issues $I_1,\dots,I_k$. Which of the options $O_1,\dots,O_s$ should I choose?
Usually, some advice is offered by users with uncertain academic credentials and experience, no direct knowledge of the student's situation, and no knowledge of the curriculum of their institution. (Real Analysis in School A is not the same course as Real Analysis in School B, even if both are in the United States.)
I think we should totally drop this and make it clear in the Help Center that such questions are off-topic.
And some kinds of questions are considered off-topic:
... Questions about choosing a course or an academic program. They should be directed to those employed by the institution in question.