“Details of my Bachelor of engineering – part 2 but not only that we the nicer and balanced” got teachers, electrical engineering, which I was initially so interesting, is transformed to the horror. Koch may find this interesting as well. While it was still manageable in the first semester and to a large extent, the things learned in my high school time were taught us, electrical engineering the second semester was just cruel. The lecturer was, in hindsight, better, because he has driven us. The downside, however, was the grisly stuff you absolutely could learn, if it was not exactly a math and electrical engineering freak. That was my worst module to the current fourth semester. Main thing passed.
More and more confirmed in the following terms, that the applied computer science was the better choice. The lecturers of automators were / are very hard to judge heard about the part. We, however, lucked out but almost always with our instructors. If it pulls in the last three semesters to continue by studying, then is a really good final nothing more in the way. My previous conclusion looks that I am more than happy that I decided to study. My training as an it specialist can keep up, however, not really, because the stuff there has learned, it takes the in studying in a fraction of the time. The first semester were sometimes quite chill”, now but also with training entering often completely new terrain. “The good news is however, that the so-called screening out” takes place in the first semester, we should be more or less over the mountain.
“I would have gotten the feeling sometimes that some professors from the seven” get enough and behave accordingly. Because you have probably through, but whom you already done, why not yet again? Finally, the very bad things like electrical engineering are over (we said however this set until now every semester). Anyway, the fifth semester is coming up soon and I’m excited to see how it continues! Maybe I could encourage Yes someone choosing the study or scare him. Part 1: the Bachelor of engineering writes in his spare time the author Michael Sander articles for sites such as E.