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This is a discussion on ISTP: What type of colleges is most suitable? (not major. It's all about colleges) within the ISTP Forum - The Mechanics forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Originally Posted by letsrunlikecrazy Hm yes. I noticed whenever I get excited about theory it's usually about something with potential ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by letsrunlikecrazy View Post
    Hm yes. I noticed whenever I get excited about theory it's usually about something with potential for catastrophic human destruction. Like nearly the whole time I studied economics I was unenthused, but briefly when I went to a talk on the economics of terrorism I was so enraptured I had tingles. Or maybe just a cramp.

    Just curious, what do you plan to do after you finish your studies?
    I'm actually riding the struggle bus SO HARD in my BioChem class. I haven't had the slightest, tiniest iota of enthusiasm for this class because BioChem is basically the science of medicine and cells. I got over that hurdle when I realized that another name for medicine is drugs. And drugs remind me of LSD. So, now I'm using LSD as a reason to like it. I'll let you know how effective that is.

    Ultimately, I have no idea what I want to do. I'm geographically tied in place, and there's not much in the way of explosives research in the area. Or explosives in general. I'm legit open to almost anything in that regards. Industrial, fireworks, etc. Anything at all that goes boom I'd be interested in. I did have a job opportunity about a year ago, working for a place doing analysis of unknown metals that seemed pretty dope. Their microwaves occasionally go boom, so that was a plus. If all else fails, I'll pursue a PhD (if I can, given my shitastic GPA at the moment) and get a job at MASSIVE research laboratory a couple towns over. Or just work there as a low level dude. I really don't give a fuck, as long as it pays decent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Washintub View Post
    I'm actually riding the struggle bus SO HARD in my BioChem class. I haven't had the slightest, tiniest iota of enthusiasm for this class because BioChem is basically the science of medicine and cells. I got over that hurdle when I realized that another name for medicine is drugs. And drugs remind me of LSD. So, now I'm using LSD as a reason to like it. I'll let you know how effective that is.

    Ultimately, I have no idea what I want to do. I'm geographically tied in place, and there's not much in the way of explosives research in the area. Or explosives in general. I'm legit open to almost anything in that regards. Industrial, fireworks, etc. Anything at all that goes boom I'd be interested in. I did have a job opportunity about a year ago, working for a place doing analysis of unknown metals that seemed pretty dope. Their microwaves occasionally go boom, so that was a plus. If all else fails, I'll pursue a PhD (if I can, given my shitastic GPA at the moment) and get a job at MASSIVE research laboratory a couple towns over. Or just work there as a low level dude. I really don't give a fuck, as long as it pays decent.
    Can relate, noped out of majoring in Biology before settling on Econ. The idea of working in a lab was so cool though.

    Sounds legit. Good luck with your class and the rest.

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    It's a long story, but I ended up going to college online, and as I said in my introduction post, a real top-ranked university with online degrees as well as a campus, not Phoenix. I am in the criminal justice field, but if I were going away to a college and knew I wanted to major in mechanical engineering I would look at the smaller but more focused tech school. There is probably going to be more kinesthetic learning opportunities and better professor/student interaction. I've heard good things about Worcester Polytechnic, and the campus is supposed to be pretty laidback, and of course Rose-Hulman is supposed to be excellent.


     
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