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Serious deliberation in software engineering, software or field leaving


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Hello friends I would love to help you,
I have a hard time thinking about how to continue.
After I was discharged from the army, there I dealt with the computer field (more the domain of And some programming),
I decided that I wanted to become more specialized in computer science, so I went to study for a college degree.
The decision was a bit reckless (I did not examine much exactly what the domain is, but more on the general lines),
And really I left after 3 months.
It should be noted that I went through a preparatory course a year ago (to immature) in the same college, and already experienced some difficulties in mathematics. But the grades were not bad at the end of preparation (over 70 maths), and yet not enough for the same college
, But I gave myself another chance anyway to study for a degree.
The admission conditions at that college were rigid and I decided I was not under pressure (I had restrictions on how much I could study for the semester and did not like it, whether I was studying everything or not),
On the other hand, I didn't invest much in math preparation.
Then I started to fake rather than invest, and the grades were in line (under 55, math),
I didn't give myself a chance maybe to improve (after all, I just started my degree), and retired after 3 months.
It's been about six months since, and I can't think of another field besides computers that fit me.
The math that would have seemed scary back then, after practicing and repeating the stuff, less.
I have the opportunity to teach at another college, a little less rigid (my admission conditions are sufficient), Software Engineering.
my question is:
Is it possible for me to have a little easier time, since the degree is 4 years, in terms of the layout of the material over a longer period of time? Or is it not related, is it simply more material?
2. I heard that this title is less theoretical and more practical, and then could math be less difficult?
Notably, I'm not young, around 28, which is also a consideration in terms of time.
A second option is to go back to the three years (not the same college).
What seemed a little daunting to me, I had an unsuccessful experience anyway.
A third option of course is to retire to another field, less mathematical.
what do you say? Worth another try?
Thanks for the helpers

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