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)
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)
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)
Sorry to burst your bubble, but no this is not a book that will justify careless behavior or your bad YOLO moments. If you want a reality check, then read this book. It will be a slap in the face from the bitter truth, but coated nicely with plenty of dark humor. You will encounter … Continue reading The subtle art of not giving a f***
This past month I basically became obsessed with the idea of creating the perfect study schedule. A schedule that would also keep my sanity by allowing me to dedicate time to my friends, family, relationship, and just the things I like to do. In order to do that, I tried to schedule everything from the … Continue reading Moderation is key
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.
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
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?
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
Did you know that back in the early 2000's college tuition at a public university averaged at around $10,000 - $20,000 for four years? I didn't know that. My Texas Government class taught me that as well as the reasons why tuition has skyrocketed to the average we have now which is about $40,000 - … Continue reading How to make college affordable