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Question for engineers

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by bmf4069, Oct 9, 2019.

  1. Oct 9, 2019 at 7:03 PM

    bmf4069 [OP] Yup, that's car parts in a dishwasher

    Sep 1, 2018
    02 AC sr5 4wd v8
    I'm currently trying to get my electrical engineering degree and I'm having a little trouble. First, I tried taking cal 2 and physics at the same time. Had to drop physics and I think im gonna have to drop cal 2 and take 2 8 week classes to keep my 6 hr min.

    My big problem is I'm working between 50-60 hours a week at a regular day job, ihave 3 kids I have joint custody of, and I have 3 project cars and a 318k mile tundra that needs a lot of maintenance. And I live by myself so all the cores are mine.

    On the plus side I'm good at math and am a master electrician, so I know electricity. I was also an electronics technician in the navy. I had 3.4 GPA in 24 credit hours before I screwed up and forgot to drop my summer classes. 9 hrs in 5 weeks wasn't possible. This just seems like it might be more struggle than I can handle. I'm smart enough to understand it, I just dont know if it's possible in my situation.
  2. Oct 9, 2019 at 7:30 PM

    salex Vehicle OCD™ Vendor

    Aug 12, 2015
    First Name:
    Littleton, CO
    2012 Tacoma - his, 2019 4Runner - hers
    An engineering degree is no joke. I have an ME degree and very few of us were able to pull it off in 4 years going full time. Maybe a semester off to catch your breath? Good luck!

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