>in freshman lab at my "prestigious" university
>first lab is fucking pipet calibration
>pipettes are impossible to fucking calibrate and the uni won't let us use micropipettes
>Not doing pure mathematics in undergrad to completely avoid team work and lab work.
>Not then doing a 1 year Masters in Mathematical [INSERT LITERALLY ANY FIELD OF STEM]
>Not then becoming the boss of everyone who took the undergrad option for that field
>Not then getting a 6 figure salary by your 5th year in industry
Nice. Care to share a pic of your rejection letter given by UCLA? It would be nice if you could attach to that the picture of your bitter and salty tears when you found out.
>y-yeah, so petty
You shouldn't assume, anon.
neither should you. USC is also a joke, and the ucla/usc rivalry is for fucktard freshmen and sophomore undergrads.
Research groups at ucla have a history of trying to socially sabotage those who are in their groups then leave. I personally know a few people this has happened to.
Tbhh if you can't teach yourself undergrad material, then you're pretty much worthless to begin with.
I love it when these retards go to a uni like UCLA or Cal and complain how the teaching sucks when the only reason those universities are prestigious is due to the quality of research. You're retarded if you think the faculty cares about holding your hand like its grade school or some cushy liberal arts college or something.
>Lmao. If the faculty's shit and can't teach why would I pay 50k a year to go there when I could go somewhere else where they actually teach you material.
You're probably gonna be teaching yourself at any high ranking school. You only go to those places so you can have smart students to work/compete with, and to access the base of connections the school provides.
...hell 2bh classes at most universities +/- ~50 notches on the usual rankings aren't even that different based on the material alone. The only real difference between schools is the people who show up.
Yep, simulations definitely give you the experience of reality and computers work exactly as the real world does
Computational models are not reality, dumbass. That is the importance of real lab work
See, this is the perfect example of my point. Instead of looking at your keyboard and figuring out how I must've screwed up, you just assume i don't know how to spell. This is not the stuff successes are made of, friend.