Respected @lionel Silberman @ollie Jones and @matt Manuel sir , I am a student from India I am sure that after my high school I will be studying in any country other than india so I was a bit confused about which country and which college would be best for me as I am a 85-95 % scorer and interested
I'm still debating between the fields of mechanical and chemical engineering. I wasn't quite familiar with chemical engineering, but I feel like it is a very interesting field. I have a ton of questions about chemical and mechanical engineering that would really help me be more insightful of my cho
Years ago, I earned a degree in engineering science. Then I spent the next 20 years working in retail. Now I'm looking to switch careers - and I really don't want to have to spend a fortune in schooling when I already have a BS (and a BA in history, BTW). No engineering organization will look at m
I'm going to study b.tech ECE what exams i want to write to get job easily in government as well as private. And what jobsnare offered
I want to know what is d benefit of my studies and to devlope my future plans..pls answer as soon as possible...
I'm in the 11th Grade and I am unsure about which college I can get into. The college I'm looking for is one that is known to most people and has many available majors, but does not require the highest of grades(B-C area). Another thing I wonder is if the college can provide the necessary classes fo
Are more innovative jobs available in chemical engineering or computer science during college? What can/should I do in high school to work toward each job?
I am a high school junior and I love the way I get to think in my chemistry class, but I also love engineering and making things with code. I am trying to decide on a major for college.
What are some relevant careers involving biology or chemistry and what should I major in to enter those careers?
I know I'm interested in a career in biology or chemistry or both, but I don't know what major I should choose to have flexibility in choosing careers in both fields. I want to enter a high-paying career that will not expire in the near future. Or maybe my uncertainty as a junior in high school doe
I am interested in becoming an audio and visual technician but don't know which college would best for me to pursue such a career. What colleges would be recommended and what courses should I take?
I am asking this question because after having experience in constructing a stage for a musical production, I was able to see the jobs that some people perform with stage lights and audio machines. I took an interest in such jobs, that I wanted to have a career in that field as well.
What major should I go in based on the courses I have already taken? Accounting or Computer Engineering?
These are the two majors that I have been considering since I have entered high school. Currently, I am a junior, and I have already taken Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Calculus, Physics, and Computer Science Principles. I need to chose a major soon.
I want to be an engineer in the future, what career should I follow and what colleges are the best for this carrer?
I want to be an engineer in the future and i want to know more about this career because this is the career that I am trying to study and I want to be a professional at this.
BECAUSE I DONT HAVE ANY IDEA ABOUT ALL THESE THINK
Because he wanted to know if any specific career would be mechanical or architect or art
I want to know what choices in life would be good choices to become a video game designer.
I have recently just finished my first year of college. I am currently an Industrial Engineering major and i have failed calculus 2. At the moment, i am feeling very disappointed in myself and am considering switching majors. I know that is is my fault that I did not put in the necessary time to pas
The reason to ask is because of curiosity and a project that I am doing and this information is the one thing I need to get for both purposes and support that.
Hello my name is Rafe and i am trying to start my own business to make some extra money to start my own nerf modding and prop shop. But i am stumped on what to do.
I am homeschooled, so I don't have many extracurricular activities. Because of this, and also because I enjoy it, I volunteer a lot. In August, I started volunteering once a week at a hospital in Outpatient Registration. I enjoy it, and I am planning on continuing through the summer. I am not sure i
Why do you need communication skills to get this job? I mean, don't you usually just do your part of the team?
Im studying information technology in college but I'm thinking about being an electrical engineer what is it like being an EE.
I am in a High School program that requires an internship by the end of senior year. I was wondering how I would approach companies to possibly land an internship in companies( I am leaning towards engineering companies). I would graciously appreciate it if anyone could explain what should I include
Those that are looking to go into one of these fields should know the difference. I went to UIUC for an event called SAIL for computer science and wondered if computer engineering was the same.
How do you reply to a interview question that is best answered if you have prior experience? (First job interview)
I have a upcoming Lenovo internship and I am currently preparing for the interview.
To my own understanding, most entrepreneurs study business/entrepreneurship in college. How beneficial is this? Could you have started a business without college? Would it be better to major in the subject matter that the business represents? For example, would someone who wants to innovate new tech
I'm a junior in high school. I have a pretty decent GPA and I have all A's. I've done a tone of program like internships abroad at hospitals and labs and I'm currently doing a leadership program with Princeton and a mentor-ship program with a pharmaceutical company called Novartis. I'm in 5 clubs an
I recently decided to pursue the engineering field but I do not know what field to go into.
I am turning 30 this year and life has not been exactly how I want it to be. I have a bachelors degree of applied science in Electronics Engineering from DeVry University but I graduated in 2009 I haven't had any type of tech Jobs. except one. and i feel that that job wasn't very technical sense qua
I am studying chemical engineering and I want to ask what it is like 5 years after I start working. Thank you
Is it wise to study for a Masters when most of the jobs you are looking for requires only a Degree? How much more powerful is a Masters compared to a Degree?
I'm someone who is focused on lifelong learning, and I would prefer to stick to learning more about the world around me, rather than starting work so early and simply watch the money come in. Most adults tell me that once you see those digits in your banks account go up, very few would want to go ba
I'm interested in becoming a researcher in the field of biomedicine, but I'm not sure if I would need to get a BA or Master's in bioengineering in order to do that.
Why does a transformer work only with AC power supply? What would happen if it was connected to a DC power supply?
From my understanding of how a transformer works. A AC power provides an alternating magnetic field which drives the current to the other coil. So what is the reason why transformers only work with AC and not DC power? Is it because the DC power will provide constant current which can be too much fo