>>26027277 While youre there you're mostly going to fill your core classes but you want to study what will lead you into your major at uni. Since everything is so easy, you get time to study up on what you need to know for the field youre going into as well.
>>26027277 >after 2 years I'm on my third year, it does matter what you get your associates in because it dictates how prepared you'll be for your major, but regardless what you take, you'll probably have taken some gen ed that fills a requirement in your major. All it means if you choose a major unrelated to your CC associates is you'll spend more time (and money) at uni.
>>26027277 well you obviously need your primary courses complete I'm studying computer animation and i'm taking a series of classes based on that as well as my primary courses. They call it an AA pathway to a major.
>>26027402 I was last semester when I had to take it but it was a lot easier than I expected. From what I'm told and saw, most people drop after the first week because theyre terrified and the rest aren't listening to your speech anyway.
>>26027562 There's a lot of normie girls but a fair amount of spergs too. In mine we have to talk to each other about ourselves (one on one) and give speeches. It's not too bad, try to have some humility and ignore the stacies. It's a learning process, and remember, no one likes to speak aloud, not even those dumb stacies. They're just as vulnerable as you are, and you're only vulnerable if you let yourself be.
>be me >want to study to become an astronaut >can't really afford uni so I have to go to comm college first and then uni >mom tells me I should study something I love >choose graphic design >she gets upset and tells me I should've picked something I loved >tell her becoming an astronaut will never be a thing for me, due to the current economy in the U.S.
will I pay the consequences? or did I do the right thing?
If you're going to save money, yes you should pick classes that will transfer towards your major's core and ge classes at each university you'd like to attend.
Pick 4 years you want to attend. Find transfer requirements in general. Also check if there are transfer agreements with your CC. Find classes necessary to graduate in your major at each 4 year. Use assist dot org to find out which classes your CC offers that are compatible/transferable for your majors's core or general education classes.
Also look for any internships or coops at any place/company with internship possibly related to your major. Goal is to have at least one decent related one before you enter last year. Goal in last year is to find full time position when you graduate. Google how to resume/interview.
During semester read lecture material once before class and make questions and ask during class. Then read samematerial again after. Make important conceptual notes. Do this in the span of at least 2 days. Once a week review notes. Go to office hours or make appointments for any additional related questions. Sit in front of class. Pay attention.
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