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Study Counseling - I would love to help you


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The consultants have no problem reviewing your educational situation and finding out what is going on with you.

And at the meeting you will also have the opportunity to raise and respond exactly as they propose.

A. They know much better about the requirements of other professions.

B. No problem getting to know you and your better and lesser abilities.

This does not mean that you will necessarily be passionate about it, but at least professionally

That's what suits you.

Want to, heed my advice.

Do not want ? Read nothing.

Again, good luck!

 

Thank you so much, of course, for greatly appreciating your response. Just point out that I study at an institution that is not at a level that has student counselors. The consultants there only talk about the areas of engineering that exist in their college, unfortunately there is no support.

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The plan is to try to finish the semester best and see the year in (which should be a lot harder) and so know the direction.

As for planning, I believe that by the end of second year, you will have much clearer things, both about your focus on practical work and your mathematical abilities in the field you have learned.

You may catch a good job and not rush to a degree, maybe you will see that after investing and effort you are good at catching more complex math and incorporating a degree.

 

I think you're in the right direction and too soon to take the knife.

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As for planning, I believe that by the end of second year, you will have much clearer things, both about your focus on practical work and your mathematical abilities in the field you have learned.

You may catch a good job and not rush to a degree, maybe you will see that after investing and effort you are good at catching more complex math and incorporating a degree.

 

I think you're in the right direction and too soon to take the knife.

Obviously, but by second year, God is great. This whole corona thing is not easy, and online learning is just one big fall.

Also, so far we have only learned basic and I am having a hard time, so think about what happens when the second year goes to much more complex matters - a little worrying to me.

Of course I will do everything to be successful, but plans for one and reality for one.

 

How about other professions? Do you have something in mind that you think might be of interest to me?

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Talking only about the areas of engineering that exist in their college, unfortunately there is no support.

 

 

OK.

accepted.

Then you grow a head, and coordinate ZOOM with a consultant at a larger educational institution.

Do not fall short of your dignity or achievement if they knew what you are good at and what is less.

Seek advice based on your accomplishments, tendencies in your heart following how you see things the year after.

Not everything has a replacement in one forum or another.

It's like looking for a solution to a medical problem on the Web.

Maybe it will catch on, but there is no arguing that a doctor is better and even more so than a doctor, two is better.

So .... talk to a senior advisor / at a large institution.

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OK.

accepted.

Then you grow a head, and coordinate ZOOM with a consultant at a larger educational institution.

Do not fall short of your dignity or achievement if they knew what you are good at and what is less.

Seek advice based on your accomplishments, tendencies in your heart following how you see things the year after.

Not everything has a replacement in one forum or another.

It's like looking for a solution to a medical problem on the Web.

Maybe it will catch on, but there is no arguing that a doctor is better and even more so than a doctor, two is better.

So .... talk to a senior advisor / at a large institution.

The truth is, it's not a bad idea at all. Is it really possible to seek academic advice through the ZOOM? Can you tell me how?

 

 

 

By the way, it's important to note. I haven't made myself clear enough so I'll say here - the field of study that interests me is any area that will get me into the high-tech world. I said too general words such as computing or Because I didn't find the right word. 

The word came to my mind and now I indicate. High-tech!

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How about other professions? Do you have something in mind that you think might be of interest to me?

You are interested in high-tech so you are already on the train with your engineering studies.

 If you succeed, what is good, and if not then there is no shortage of courses in a lot of fields that are integrated in the high-tech market, and until you finish, the selection will only increase.

Just a pity at all to think of such a direction that you are already screwed in studies are a few levels above a course graduate.

 

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You are interested in high-tech so you are already on the train with your engineering studies.

 If you succeed, what is good, and if not then there is no shortage of courses in a lot of fields that are integrated in the high-tech market, and until you finish, the selection will only increase.

Just a pity at all to think of such a direction that you are already screwed in studies are a few levels above a course graduate.

 

I just want to see if I find something that interests me that I can start studying right after my engineering studies. I also think that if I have a hard second year with all the math and so on, it might be better for me to just retire and start learning something else that is also more desirable in the market (in terms of diploma) and will also interest me. I'm just ignorant of all the high-tech studies and professions that exist in the country unfortunately

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The truth is, it's not a bad idea at all. Is it really possible to seek academic advice through the ZOOM? Can you tell me how?

 

I said zoom because of the situation in the country.

I guess that's the format instead They face a routine face.

Contact one of the universities, or a few of them, and ask

A meeting with the school counselor. Look what and how it will roll.

 

And another important thing.

Don't take it personally, and you are not the first and last to decide.

It's a process that many go through, but ....

 

Better happy cook from a frustrated highkey!

 

Want to say, sit between yourself and yourself, see what really makes you happy,

So satisfaction and good feeling, what really seems to you already achievable and also

What is best for your investment and the return you will receive.

With all the insights you will have, you will approach the study counselor, if any 

The direction you decide on.

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Hi, about 20 years ago I had exactly the same dilemma that you owe it ..

I did an electronics practicals ... and then I did a bachelor's degree in computer science (I started at university and graduated from college). (Now I am doing my master's degree)

And I hate math .... and all these courses I did re-tests and in linear I did a repeat course ...

Take advice from an old man, do not give up on yourself at such a young age .... close the corner of a bachelor's degree..even in college ..

Intel has employees with a green badge (contractor workers) and a blue badge (employees) ..... it's not fun to be a green badge ... you feel ... less good .... especially having blues that are 1000 times lagging behind you. ..

Open your ass for a year and a half Close these courses (I had a private tutor) ..... be blue .... it's a different world .... if I did it anyone could do it :)

 

 

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I will not start reading all the correspondence here,

But I'll start by telling you a background about myself.

I am diagnosed with ADHD and a problem in quantitative perception - math and I are not obviously friends!

I started my studies in software engineering, from where I went on to a degree in computer science and math - yes, dude, math.

Even though I'm really bad at math - I decided not to let that deter me.

Finally despite all the difficulty - and there was difficulty! I graduated with an average of 82.

So it turned out that all the courses of mathematics, I had a hard time and the grades accordingly.

On the other hand, the courses related to programming - passed easily and raised my average.

So why it takes an average student to study for about a week, it took me two or three weeks.

But in the end it paid off.

Today I work as an automation developer in Java - very much like the job and very happy with the way I did.

 

Now that I've been digging for you, let's ask you a question ...

How have you been so far with Linear? And if possible then where do you study (just curiosity).

If you really do not go linearly in practical studies then maybe you really need to think of another track with less math.

But if you manage to stay above 80-85 - in my opinion, give it a chance.

You will also first see how much you will receive in the UAV, the admission to the degree depends very much on the average UAV tests.

 

I went on to the degree based on the engineering diploma I graduated with a high enough average.

So first you see that you deserve it.

Second, know that there is not much to do with a software practical certificate if you do not use it to get a degree.

I did this track simply because I had too many failed matriculations for me to start completing and doing a psychometric,

It would have taken me more than two years of practical training.

So I chose the shorter and more interesting path with a clear purpose for the degree.

 

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