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>> No.12804680

Previous thread

>> No.12804710

Scientifically speaking, will doing shit tons of drugs make me better at STEM?

>> No.12804784

depends on which ones and how much
small ammounts long term: better intellectual growth, bad for your brain
doing retarded ammounts to try to pass without studying: woah nigga, might as well huff paint thinner
>psychedelics: fun
>weed: fun, geting addicted will ruin your career
>everything else: meh, probably bad for you

>> No.12804801

I go to a top university and am torn between choosing electrical engineering or computer science, so I've opted for computer engineeirng. how do i stay ahead of the competition?

>> No.12804808

i’m currently about to finish my bachelor of science, with a major in pure mathematics, and i’m beginning to realise that i’m probably not smart enough to do a phd in math
how difficult would it be to switch over to getting a phd in computer science, with the eventual hope of getting into a tenure position?
everyone makes fun of cs grads here but it seems like an easier way to get into academia, or at least an easy way to get a high paying comfy industry job

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Is it possible to get a Masters in Chemical engineering after getting a BS in chemistry? My uni did not offer any engineering courses and I dont want to spend a gorillion years on a PhD

>> No.12805088

CE here. Just get above a 3.0 and do some internships and you'll be fine. If you want to do grad school try to do some research for one of your professors. Oh and don't be a smelly slob or a autistic freak. That's all it takes. Welcome to the middle class.

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Is Pharmacy a dead field?

>> No.12805524

CS is now popular, so there is even more competition for anything related to IT. Even the indians do it.

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