Have you decided what to study, and how?

Lithuania
February 14, 2010 1:55pm CST
I have been tinking for quita a while about what should i choose to study, but i just cant choose what would i want to do. What did you all choose and how did you manage to choose?
2 responses
@Downwindz (2229)
• Netherlands
14 Feb 10
In the beginning i didnt knew what i wanted to study, and i found out through taking several of preperation courses and add on courses in different subjects. Now i have an AP degree in Marketing Management and Economics. Before in my highschool years i wanted to be in the area of Chemical Engineer.
• Lithuania
14 Feb 10
Yeah. Recently i wanted to be an electrical engineer, a programmer, a guitarist, a Physic Scientist, and now Im into video editing. I have tried all of the subjects, know a bit about electrical engineering, hasve a guitar, made a couple of physic theories about atoms, and now i made my first guitar video that i think ill put on Youtube :D
@Downwindz (2229)
• Netherlands
14 Feb 10
Eventually it will all come together and you have the right feeling of what you want to do, just be patient.
• United States
14 Feb 10
What I did was make a pro's and con's list of each subject I wanted to study. By doing this you can see where that subject is going to lead you in life and if that is really something that you would want to do in your future. Example: I really enjoy art. All art really! From art you won't make a lot of money selling your pieces, unless you get know as an artist, which can take years. From there I thought about what I can do with art. Two came to mind- graphic designer, or interior designer. Graphic design works a lot on the computer using different programs-not for me. Interior designer works in peoples houses designing rooms to there tastes-just what I wanted to do. Then I looked up how much an interior designer made yearly. I was surprised at how much. Good enough for me. That is how I narrowed it down to what I should and wanted to study during college. This may work for you, or it may not. All I can really say is find something you are going to be interested in. Then look up how much this subject is in need around your area (that way you will find a job when done and complete your study). Then I would look up how much you will be making yearly, because you want to make sure you are able to pay the bills. Good luck at choosing the right one for you!