I love Computer Science But I hate mathematics... You think I got success..???
September 26, 2010 11:14am CST
hi to all well, I am so so Much Worried About my Study & career & I am little disappointed, Because I am in almost 20's & don't Pass a 12 Grade, now I found mathematics, is so much hard for me, But I love Computer Sciences, I wanna do a BS in Computer Engineering, DO You think I got success??? or else What do I do???Its Less Mathematics in Computer Engineering or any other field??? have a Nice Day.
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28 Sep 10
That one really is a toughy because of the fact that computer science is really a mathematics heavy field. It wasn't all that long ago that a friend of ours was getting ready to graduate from his computer science course and he had a lot of problems with it because he just wasn't able to get the trigonometry that was a part of his coursework. Luckily, my husband was able to loan him a computer program that helped him through the end of the course.
27 Sep 10
My friend i would like to suggest you that dont go for computers because i have studied computers and there is no good opportunities in IT for survival. there are no good salaries and the most disturbing thing is that you will be a student for the whole rest of your life coz once you graduated and the very next day there a new software or hardware invention who have changed the whole method of working then what would you do you will start learning that new device and in the same way you will be a student for the whole of your life. Choose some other career and the major fact while choosing any career do search that how much it will pay you back when you enter in your practical life coz my friend money is biggest fact of our life. IT would never pay you back a good amount. If you are so much interested the you can choose networking of computers as your profession coz this field have at least less use of mathematics and less changes of design. The most important thing do check that what you are choosing how it is paying you back in future.