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EE student in his junior year here. Yeah it's hard. I need to put a lot of time to study everyday just to learn a couple of slides on the PowerPoints that professors teach from. It doesn't help that I work full time because EE, and the rest of the engineering majors, need a lot of time to understand everything.

Sometimes, time management doesn't help because some topics are harder to learn than others. It's literally boot camp for your brain.

EDIT: you brain => your brain. See what EE does to you? Hahah
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Electrical engineering is really hard... I've had peers struggle through university when that's all they do, every single day. Trying to learn through an avenue like this seems like being setup for failure.
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Interesting trivia, Ross Martin (Wild Wild West) is said to be the most educated actor ever in Hollywood as he was a master electrician, violin virtuoso, business magna cum laude, then a George Washington University law degree, and was fluent in 7 languages.
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Interesting trivia, Ross Martin (Wild Wild West) is said to be the most educated actor ever in Hollywood as he was a master electrician, violin virtuoso, business magna cum laude, then a George Washington University law degree, and was fluent in 7 languages.
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Interesting trivia, Ross Martin (Wild Wild West) is said to be the most educated actor ever in Hollywood as he was a master electrician, violin virtuoso, business magna cum laude, then a George Washington University law degree, and was fluent in 7 languages.
Thanks for sending me down that Wikipedia rabbit hole at 1am! 🥱
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Thanks for sending me down that Wikipedia rabbit hole at 1am! 🥱

Did you also find the LostWallet?
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Electrical engineering is really hard... I've had peers struggle through university when that's all they do, every single day. Trying to learn through an avenue like this seems like being setup for failure.
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Electrical engineering is really hard... I've had peers struggle through university when that's all they do, every single day. Trying to learn through an avenue like this seems like being setup for failure.

You will need the physics and math background to get through this.
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Electrical engineering is really hard... I've had peers struggle through university when that's all they do, every single day. Trying to learn through an avenue like this seems like being setup for failure.
EE student in his junior year here. Yeah it's hard. I need to put a lot of time to study everyday just to learn a couple of slides on the PowerPoints that professors teach from. It doesn't help that I work full time because EE, and the rest of the engineering majors, need a lot of time to understand everything.

Sometimes, time management doesn't help because some topics are harder to learn than others. It's literally boot camp for your brain.

EDIT: you brain => your brain. See what EE does to you? Hahah
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EE student in his junior year here. Yeah it's hard. I need to put a lot of time to study everyday just to learn a couple of slides on the PowerPoints that professors teach from. It doesn't help that I work full time because EE, and the rest of the engineering majors, need a lot of time to understand everything.

Sometimes, time management doesn't help because some topics are harder to learn than others. It's literally boot camp for you brain.
Good luck! Stick it through. Hope you are able to get your professional designation.
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Electrical engineering is really hard... I've had peers struggle through university when that's all they do, every single day. Trying to learn through an avenue like this seems like being setup for failure.
It isn't easy, but just break down all the problems into components and you will be fine. Now if you go into RF then yes it is very difficult and you need lots of physics and calculus to do it.

Basic Electrical theory is fairly straightforward. It is worth learning for everybody so you can understand electronic device basics since we use so many of them on a daily basis.
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EE student in his junior year here. Yeah it's hard. I need to put a lot of time to study everyday just to learn a couple of slides on the PowerPoints that professors teach from. It doesn't help that I work full time because EE, and the rest of the engineering majors, need a lot of time to understand everything.

Sometimes, time management doesn't help because some topics are harder to learn than others. It's literally boot camp for your brain.

EDIT: you brain => your brain. See what EE does to you? Hahah
Good luck with it. Stick with it and take your time. Work with friends when you get stuck. You can make it. The classes get more interesting later in the degree. Still lots of work, but things you want to study and not just straight math.

Also suggest a summer job, or coop in the field as working it for real teachers you a lot and makes the classes seem easier.
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Electrical engineering is really hard... I've had peers struggle through university when that's all they do, every single day. Trying to learn through an avenue like this seems like being setup for failure.
I don't think this is meant to replace or compete with an electrical engineering college education but it does look fun for those who studied in other fields and specially for engineers from other disciplines. Think of it as a pretty skilled hobby that may or may not lead to something bigger. I'm not commenting on the quality of this particular course but the idea in general.
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For people that are considering this - check out the same course on the course site that starts with a U. The course instructor moves along pretty quickly and may be difficult to understand for some.
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Good luck with it. Stick with it and take your time. Work with friends when you get stuck. You can make it. The classes get more interesting later in the degree. Still lots of work, but things you want to study and not just straight math.

Also suggest a summer job, or coop in the field as working it for real teachers you a lot and makes the classes seem easier.
^^I just want to emphasize getting a summer job, coop, or internship in the field you are getting a degree from. A few weeks of your time in any of these will be the difference between getting 1 out of 20 call backs for job interviews to more than 5-10 out of 20 call backs for job interviews. It's a numbers game.

I should've said this in my last post but I'm working full time at a small engineering firm as an ED (Electrical Designer), which is practically a step below engineering but almost the same amount of work with less theoretical knowledge on certain equipment and systems.

The Bachelor's or Master's degree really does matter, especially for your salary. The investment is worth it if you want to work for it.

It's why I bought this class bundle. More knowledge is always great if it'll make you better in college or at work.
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