Sophomore year: You live, you learn, and you try to survive Corona (pt.3)

Spring Semester 2020 This is where it gets fun! Once again, Ill start by listing my classes. This semester consisted of Physics for Scientist and Engineers 2 with laboratory (which I was actually taking in my community college), Biomechanics 1, Biomaterials 1, Cellular Biology with lab, and BME lab 1. To my fortune, in all … Continue reading Sophomore year: You live, you learn, and you try to survive Corona (pt.3)

Sophomore year: You live, you learn, and you try to survive Corona (pt.2)

Since this blog is all about becoming a BME I'm gonna go more in depth on my experience in the classes related to this major for my sophomore year. In pt.1 of this thread I mentioned all my classes for my Fall semester and that my only BME class was Physiology. Physiology for BME: There … Continue reading Sophomore year: You live, you learn, and you try to survive Corona (pt.2)

Sophomore year: You live, you learn, and you try to survive Corona (pt.1)

I will be breaking this into parts simply because I feel like I have a lot to say, but feel free to read and skip as you see fit.  Fall Semester 2019 I'll start by listing my classes. I was enrolled in Probability & Stats for Biosciences, Applied Engineering Analysis (basically an advanced math class), … Continue reading Sophomore year: You live, you learn, and you try to survive Corona (pt.1)

How I went from a D to a B in a science class and how you can get that A.

Me two weeks before college started: "High school was a breeze. I always managed to be a straight A student. College will be the same." Me a month into college: "I don't get this. I used to be good at this. Why am I so dumb. Maybe I'm not meant for this. F***." My biggest … Continue reading How I went from a D to a B in a science class and how you can get that A.

Quick Crash Course on Biomedical Engineering career pathways

Sincerely, back when I was thinking of choosing this career path, I thought there was only one job option I can get after graduating college. That one option being solely based on working with prosthetic devices. That was the reason why I choose this career. But I'm uncultured, and turns out there are other paths … Continue reading Quick Crash Course on Biomedical Engineering career pathways

Programming Language vs. An Actual Language. Which one is more beneficial to learn as an engineering student?

On the second day of orientation at my university, we were told that as engineers we should start learning a programming language. So far, through out my first semester of college and now, I have heard that advise countless times. Clearly knowing a programming language is something that is looked out for in engineers. But, … Continue reading Programming Language vs. An Actual Language. Which one is more beneficial to learn as an engineering student?

What AP classes to take if you want an engineering major

I mean if you can, heck by all means take all of them! Actually, no please don't do that. I want you to make it out alive from high school! AP classes can definitely be challenging, time consuming, and just draining. Looking back, some of my AP classes were even a little harder than some … Continue reading What AP classes to take if you want an engineering major