Oh and I'm doing French and English, or French and something else. There's a course called 'French and Philosophy' but according to some you don't get a job which can't be too great.
Also, I've now got my heart set on Economics, Politics and International Studies at Warwick. Now the only problem is getting in. :( I think the competition is really hard.
why do all indians go into computer science. i remember looking at some list of the top scorers on that iit test thing on wikipedia once and it had their majors listed next to them and over 90% were computer science
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mind you, thats not the path im taking. i have a passion for technology, and its a field i am certain i want to end up in. one of the reasons i want to go to the us is because, especially in elite universities, the education a person gets is a consequence of his desire for that particular education; that is, a person majors in something because of they want to study it. not like in india, where a majority of engineering students end up taking computer science because of peer pressure.
Yeah, there are tons of people at my college with lots of money and they've been sort of pushed into it by their parents when they don't really want to do it. Most of them won't continue with it anyway- it's just a status symbol to them.
I got in easy because I actaully do find computer science and programming easy :)
Lol, I hardly have to put an effort to study now.
I tried computer programming and such, I can't stand it. It's long, boring, difficult, and makes for terrible deskwork. I'd much rather handle company finances or speculate on the economic outlook with maths than worry about the intuitiveness of a login page.
id find handling company finances to be long, boring, difficult and terrible desk work. different strokes for different folks.
personally i'd find both terribly boring. i'm not dead-set on anything, i'm just absolutely certain i don't want a desk job. there's a course at a cégep (it's basically the same as late high school, like 13th and 14th grade) close to where i live called "pure science / music", which i intend on taking. it encompasses pretty much every "heavy" field of science, with an additional focus on music. from what i've read it opens doors in the biology, medicine, pharmaceutical, optics, physics, chemistry and some more fields, plus an actual music education. if i can't decide on what to do after that i have a problem
and funnily enough, worrying about the intuitiveness of a login page was exactly what i was doing yesterday and today
I'm wondering how screwed up I'll become, working for the government.
I'd choose French over Spanish, Ninetails. :P
I would too, 'cept my school doesn't offer French.
French is a sexy language.
I know right? :)
the land of croissants
fuck croissants, i speak french. that's all anyone should need to start learning.
I'd love to learn Anglo-Saxon. It sounds so cool.
hahahaha pichubro <3
i'd love to learn spanish and german
I think I'd like to speak Gaelic.