That would be great! Outside anime I like thrillers and mystery type shows especially when they tackle morality. Lost, breaking bad, sopranos, game of thrones, and west world are some favorites. I just refilled my stash and called it quits to start early on the weekend. Want to fall in love with something so send those suggestions over please ^^
Well I just started watching it so I doubt I’ve seen the things you’ve seen! Plus I trust the opinion of a fellow Swede. What are you into nowadays?
Thanks Jessie, I failed super hard on that post. Still new to the site. Anyways I added a proper introduction underneath. I just got crunchyroll - what should I start with? I've got a couple ounces of herb and the day off.
Hi Jessie, thanks for welcoming me the other day, care if we chat from time to time? cheers~
Where do you get your profile pictures from? There pretty cool. Can you provide me a link?
The deadline was on Monday, so it's been a while since then lol. Good news though, I was able to finish it and I passed the class. Now I only need to take 1 class in my next quarter instead of 2, but I might still just go for 2 in case I fail one. I wouldn't want to have to stay behind and spend another quarter of school just b/c of one class. As for studying, I procrastinate a lot, so I don't usually study much, only around 2-4 hours before the exams and usually the night before or day of, since my classes were all in the afternoon. I hope to do better next quarter b/c I don't really like being pressured so much ~_~... although sometimes it's nice. As for projects, I usually work on them a bit at a time a few days before they're due. But you're right, some projects are kind of different, so working on them can be a bit strange. For my senior design project, we need to put in 30 hours individually every 3 weeks, so as long as you manage to put in that many hours, it's usually okay how you split the work.
I feel the same, like it's a lot of work, so I won't know if I truly want to do it until I start working. If I feel like I can handle it and it's important enough to me, then I probably won't mind putting in the effort.
Hmm... I think I would've wanted to go down the medical path and perhaps become a doctor. I wanted to either be an Anesthesiologist or a Cardiologist. Being a Neurosurgeon seemed interesting too, but I don't think I could handle the pressure from that ~_~
There are many higher level math courses that come after Differential Equations and Linear Algebra. I learned this myself after finishing Linear Algebra last year. Math is a big world and there is still so much to know. I wanted to see what lay ahead of me, so I bought an Abstract Algebra text just to get an idea of where I have to go. Some of the symbols used I'd never seen before and a bit of it confused me. Nevertheless, it's become something to shoot for in my spare time until I get an idea of what math courses I want to take after D.E.
Excellent. Linear Algebra is one of the best courses I've ever taken. ;p
Oh, I did have freedom, until I read this email from my professor today. I guess I have to turn in a project if I want to pass her class. Oh well, I guess I'll be busy today lol. Hopefully your exams won't be too hard. How do you like to study to prepare for your exams, do you start studying a week before the exams and do you prefer studying in the library?
Well, I hope things work out and that you can travel w/ your friend in the future. Traveling w/ friends and family are the best! It might be even more fun w/ a dog or cat, but there are sooo many regulations for that, so it makes it difficult to even just go on vacation w/ them T.T
Ah, that subject seems really interesting. Seems quite similar to astrophysics o.o. Seems like you could probably work w/ satellites and telecommunications with a degree in that spatial sciences o.o.
Yea, I definitely want to work before I do any traveling or going back to school. Buuut, I might not mind studying and taking my Actuarial Exams, while I'm working. It would just take me longer to study and prepare for the exams, but if it's something I want to do, then I think I could do it.
Have you ever considered a completely different future path? Like instead of going into IT, have you ever thought about doing Veterinary Science or being an Architect?