I want to be a engineer but im not the best at math. I got a D in college algerbra last semester and i have to repeat it this fall. Not to mention because i wasn't in certian classes my senior year of highschool i have to stay in college an extra year if i choose engineering. What do i do? Follow my dream of engineering or do something im good at like art? (im pretty handy with a pencil) im determined yet confused help.
- Work hard and Go with your dreamVote A
- Find a new majorVote B
- Dont ask us, consult a advisorVote C
- Try to mix the dream and talentVote D
Most Helpful Girl
You should find a way to combine the two. By combining something you love and your dream, you'll be unstoppable. Like combining art with engineering would be fun. Think of all the possiblities. You could make a sculpture out of mechanical items or do a creative something that has never been done before. Never give up on dreams. Don't hold on to them to tight, because if it doesn't work out you'll have nothing to fall back on. But don't let it fly away either. Catch the bird when the timing is right. Meaning pounce on your opportunities when you can. But keep what you are good at under your belt too. Because with both, there's nothing that will stop you.0
Most Helpful Guy
Try to do a little of both.
For me, it's writing and being a veterinarian. Obviously, those two don't mix whatsoever. But I'm majoring in pre-vet at my local university, and doing writing on the side. So try doing both, but focus on what'll make you happy. Can't waste money on something you know you'll hate waking up and working at every day.1