BURN. . A guy asked a girl in a library; "Do ytou mind if I sit beside you'"? The girl answered with a mud wise: "l DONT WANT TO SPEND THE NIGHT WITH YOU!". an
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BURN

A guy asked a girl in a library; "Do ytou mind if I sit
beside you'"?
The girl answered with a mud wise: "l DONT WANT
TO SPEND THE NIGHT WITH YOU!".
an the students in the library started staring at the
guy and he was embarrassed.
After a couple of minutes, the girl walked quietly to
the guy' s table and she told him
l study psychology and I know what a man is
thinking, I guess you felt embarrassed right?'
The guy rapeseed with a teed miss: " JUST
FOR ONE NIGHT!'? THAT' S TOC) MUCH!"
mend all the people in the library melted at the girl in
sheet and the guy whispered in her ears.
I study Law and I know how to make sameone feel
guilty"
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Submitted: 12/03/2012
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#6 - DangerToManifold (12/03/2012) [-]
i study engineering and i know how to cry myself to sleep
User avatar #87 to #6 - yojo ONLINE (12/04/2012) [-]
well **** . I plan to study engineering. What's so hard about it? is it the math? I've gotten straight A's through all my math classes and a 4 on the AP Calculus BC exam. Am I good enough??? D:
#147 to #87 - thenickel (12/04/2012) [-]
The hard part I found is that every class you take as an engineer is an actual class with homework. Most majors you have 1 or 2 electives you can take per semester to help lower the load. Math is hard, but it REALLY depends on your school and professors you have once you get beyond calculus.
User avatar #144 to #87 - hawaiianhappysauce (12/04/2012) [-]
I'm a math/physics major at my school and I tutor a lot of engineers for their circuit analysis classes and differential equations. To be honest, EE isn't the hardest engineering, most surveys claim that Chemical Engineering is the hardest.
User avatar #162 to #144 - yojo ONLINE (12/04/2012) [-]
Well **** , that's exactly what I'm doing
User avatar #164 to #162 - hawaiianhappysauce (12/04/2012) [-]
Well, It's probably not hard because of the math, but definitely the labs would make it difficult. That's why I didn't do engineering, I hate working with people...
User avatar #138 to #87 - koobzacc (12/04/2012) [-]
The math is the easy part.

that's right. The easy part

It's the ************ analysis concepts, man
#114 to #87 - anon (12/04/2012) [-]
well in my humble 3 years of experience in that area, sure math is hard and all but the pressure is from the other clases... maybe you will have a test for a math class and at the same day one of other topic, say i dunno material ressistence or whatever, so you have to be more organized with your time, if you do it you will be fine...
User avatar #66 to #6 - vishnapalm (12/04/2012) [-]
Serious question. I'm a senior in high school and planning to major in Electrical Engineering. Not sure which school though. Is the major really as rigorous as everyone says? My cousin is in Mechanical Engineering and he's doing well but he seems to be having a great time at college as well. I was able to get a 4 on the Calc AB AP test and planning to take the Physics C and Calc BC AP this year. Provided I do well, and the college accepts AP credits, I can get out of Calc 1+2 and Physics 1+2. Will that makes things a lot more relaxing?
User avatar #100 to #66 - StumpDawg (12/04/2012) [-]
Although you could get out of Calc 1 & 2, I suggest you do not. Professors tend to teach odd methods, at least in my experience, which will continue into calc 3. The physics isnt too big of a deal to skip. although I passed the Phy AB with a 4, i still took Phy 1 at my school. It was simple kinematics in the begging, and ended with statics and momentum. as long as you have a grasp on those, go straight into 2, which for me was more about charges and magnets.
Depending on where you live, and your willingness to travel, I would highly recomend the University of rhode Island. As far as price vs quality goes, it was one of my top choices. Any students chosen for the engineering program the live on campus are placed into "living and learning communities" where all, or most, students in the building will be engineering students.
Food- all you can eat buffet style, quality pretty good
rooms- 2 to 3 person rooms (1 if youre really lucky) decent amount of space, newly renovated
Major party school. Its hard to go three days without stumbling across a party, and its hard to go a day without seeing someone smoking pot in public
One major fun thing to do is the twice semesterly humans vs zombies where the whole campus turns into a giant game of manhunt with nurfguns and zombies. (some one made a post outlining it a few years ago www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/231904/Zombiefest/)
Good luck
#104 to #100 - bunkerman (12/04/2012) [-]
Also, listen to this guy. He's got a good grasp of things.

I've got a couple of friends that go to URI for the Engineering program, they like it. I'm currently at UMass Amherst, but I'm probably going to transfer to WPI later on. They have too much bias in their higher level classes pushing people towards alternative energy, etc.
#103 to #66 - bunkerman (12/04/2012) [-]
Most colleges have a rigorous Engineering program [assuming they're a valid Engineering school]. For the most part, all your AP credits are good for is to get a head start with classes. Those credits should put you two semesters ahead in your Calculus and Physics classes, which can be a mixed bag.

You'll have all the harder classes earlier than everyone else [especially Differentiable Equations, the big sorter for the major], which means you can't exactly go to your friend down the hall to see if they can explain that crap any better.

On the other side, you can either have a relatively easy Senior year or have the option to take a semester to pursue something such as a Co-Op or internship, which can be a fairly large advantage to getting a valid job out of college.

Just a fair warning though, your first semester will be hell [regardless if you go for a refresher course or new math]. At first, you'll wonder how it can be so bad. Then you'll have three papers, ten hours of homework, and a midterm to study for appear out of nowhere. My big thing was being afraid of going to the bathroom without doing something productive, seeing as at that point any time used unproductively is taken out of sleep time... Which can be bad if you like to hibernate for 10 hours a day.

It's a lot of work, but it's well worth it. Even the crappy internships are pretty good pay, and you can do some amazing stuff. Look into Big Data Science, you might like it.
User avatar #73 to #66 - rplix (12/04/2012) [-]
Might as well take Calculus again in college to make freshman year a review year.
User avatar #67 to #66 - vishnapalm (12/04/2012) [-]
Oh also if everyone hates it as much as they say they do then why do they continue to take it? Is it because of the job opportunities/stability it provides as well as the paycheck?
#71 to #67 - themapestree (12/04/2012) [-]
It's pretty difficult to know if you'll really like it until you get into the EE classes. While you should definitely take credit for Calc AB, I would consider giving up credit for BC and taking it over again in college. EE is a ton of integration and you'll need as much foundation as you can get. My experience is that college teaches it at a higher level than AP mandates, so you'll learn more taking it again and get a nice grade boost in the process. AP Physics E&M will give you the closest thing you can get to the subject while in high school, but it still is not even close to the real thing. As for why people stay with it when they hate it: if you can't stand one minute of the subject, you probably shouldn't be studying it for a living. A lot of people do it because there is a lot of money in it and people look up to you for working in the field. But if you really want to do it and have the ability, go for it! The tech industry is a great place to be right now. Where are you looking for school?
User avatar #70 to #6 - ningyoaijin (12/04/2012) [-]
I study Physics and, well, pretty much the same thing.
#17 to #6 - equinoxxa ONLINE (12/04/2012) [-]
I know that feel, bro.
#21 to #6 - fuckinniggers (12/04/2012) [-]
mfw doing engineering homework
mfw doing engineering homework
#96 to #21 - whiteyswag (12/04/2012) [-]
MFW I do any math based homework
MFW I do any math based homework
#112 to #96 - fuckinniggers (12/04/2012) [-]
mfw I don't finish homework on time
mfw I don't finish homework on time
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User avatar #115 - kidsquicker (12/04/2012) [-]
I study philosophy, and I know how to make a delicious McDouble.
Please help me pay off my debt.
User avatar #123 to #115 - anthonyd (12/04/2012) [-]
I did math to thumb you up
#136 to #123 - kidsquicker (12/04/2012) [-]
Why thank you, kind sir!
User avatar #156 to #115 - cruzslzr (12/04/2012) [-]
Oh god you dirty whore, that **** was funny
take my virginity
itsatrap
#39 - tylerpayne (12/04/2012) [-]
" I study psychology, I know what a man's thinking." Every time i read that line it reminds me of this twat.
#9 - headhunternl (12/03/2012) [-]
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User avatar #77 - rplix (12/04/2012) [-]
I study music theory and...well...nevermind, I got nothing.
User avatar #89 to #77 - snaresinger (12/04/2012) [-]
I study music theory too! And uh... Yeah nothing. I got about negative $3000 a semester.
#81 to #77 - stcronin (12/04/2012) [-]
You have this at least :)
#97 - spysappinmysasha (12/04/2012) [-]
I STUDY NOTHING AND AM DOING PRETTY GOOD
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User avatar #1 - natabre (12/03/2012) [-]
I guess she had to study psychology to figure out what men want, huh.
User avatar #15 - desuforeverlulz (12/03/2012) [-]
If a someone was looking directly at me and speaking very loudly in a library, I'd be embarrassed to be around them regardless of what they were saying.
#105 - camwilskel (12/04/2012) [-]
SO. MUCH. BUTTHURT.
User avatar #83 - organicglory (12/04/2012) [-]
That picture at the end always ruins it.











Always.
#72 - mrvanburen (12/04/2012) [-]
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User avatar #8 - mrfourtysevenman (12/03/2012) [-]
i study nothing.
im gonna go now.
#145 - tacblack (12/04/2012) [-]
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#36 - peeta (12/04/2012) [-]
i study finance and i know that $200 could be better invested on something better than a hoe
#84 to #36 - deadagain (12/04/2012) [-]
I'd invest in several tools, actually. $200 for just one hoe? You can't even till $200 with one.
#56 - puccypirateisback **User deleted account** (12/04/2012) [-]
how do you ************* know what you want to do with your life? I'm applying to colleges and I have no idea what I want to study.
#57 to #56 - anon (12/04/2012) [-]
Do aerospace or biomedical engineering.
#65 to #57 - anon (12/04/2012) [-]
Yeah, biomed!
User avatar #63 to #56 - Atheism (12/04/2012) [-]
Pick something that you're passionate about. A job that you would enjoy waking up for, or tolerate, whichever. If that doesn't work out or it's too impractical, choose a profession that you would be good at: health, engineering, teaching, law, etc.
User avatar #60 to #56 - phunkyzilla (12/04/2012) [-]
Be a nobody, Because nobody cares, nobody listens to you, and nobody will do whats right!
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