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08 Jul What every student should know about university

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  • Olivia
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    "don't try hard. be mediocre. yay!"

  • Chase Rohani
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    Medical schools require you to take the courses that will provide knowledge for both the MCAT and future careers in medicine regardless of which degree you wish to pursue. So although the specific field of study is unimportant, the courses taken in university are.

  • Paul Gaffaney
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    2:42 well no shit no college can teach you how to be good with impatient rude horny teens and young adults but the ones with degrees get way better teaching jobs and they know the material they're teaching much better, whilst they may not be good with young ppl

  • Paul Gaffaney
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    1:16 well ya but the ppl with education get waaay better jobs its easy to preform well as a gas station clerk earning minimum wage that graph is useless

  • Jack Cuby
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    Lamo if I transferred to mainstream I'm probably go to anf- class

  • Jack Cuby
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    I am a special need genuines

  • Rui Ribeiro
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    Learning programming languages by yourself is easy. As a software engineer student myself, I can say that I only had 1-2 subjects where I actually learnt how to write code.

    Most of it is actually how to build a good program, the structure of it, the backbone, that is not related to programming skills at all. And I doubt you can self-teach yourself that kinda of stuff.

    How to build a program that runs on multiple computers at the same time, respecting concurrency rules? How to build a solid, consistent and efficient database? These things are not related to programming at all.

  • Sajid Khan
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    It's useless because you are not taking it seriously…

  • ED B
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    I have to disagree about aiming for the minimum as that is actually a waste of time and money. Most employers not only require a degree but a certain overall grade/gpa, hence, if you just study to barely pass there is no point in paying such a substantial amount of money with that intent!

  • Lance
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    All I can say from my personal experience, is that when you graduate high school and go from a unskilled factory job and then go to college…You find out that the smarter and more mature people are trying to get more education.

  • Nikolay Kostov
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    less likely to do drugs…………………………………… so you have not been in england netherlands germany france spain usa …………….. pathetic

  • Mark Gamer
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    But remember if you wanna be a doctor stay in school

  • Guillermo Martinez
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    I totally agree. The only jobs you need a degree is a self employed job like a doctor, lawyer, engineer, etc. Other than that your learning should really come from books, seminars, etc. Basically, love to learn for yourself.

  • Nur Syafiqah
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    really opened my mind

  • Cleary ftw
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    Where you learn

    Your parents

  • HWBDHoops
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    This is very real

  • Sammy Cordahi
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    For anyone who has majored in engineering or computer science, do you mind telling me how difficult the degree was, and if it was possible to balance social life as well

  • Medievalist
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    maybe we should renew our education the one that is response to the environment and our life maybe we have to be bigger we have to give what they want and need

  • 3000potatoes
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    Couldn't agree less!
    The amount of knowledge, opportunities and engaged in-depth thought processing to be gained by like-minded peers and superiors is something that cannot be obtained by one's own ability.
    Agreed that majority of career oriented skillsets are developed outside of the classroom, however it is the interaction with content learned that forces a student to develop skills in their own unique way.

  • GoldenOrc
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    this is legit me

  • Ayush Aryal
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    That cringy moment when you realize you didn't get that job cause you watched a stupid youtube video telling not to get a degree and that Indian guy who had a Computer Science degree got the job.

  • Mason Moffat
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    you're saying uni students dont do drugz?–my nigga wot;)

  • Paul Oketch
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    university student,less likely to do drugs… ??? okay

  • John Rundkvist
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    hahaha loosers in sweden all universites free

  • Ahmad Shabeeb
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    Best explanation ever

  • NDforLife5Teo
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    simple synopsis of the video: don't get too caught up in your grades, instead focus as well on other things that will improve you as a person moving forward in the world. I understand the logic completely, although I don't think doing the bare minimum will cut it. you should have just said to focus on other facets of university as well. I respect the logic and work going into this anecdote and believe much of it is spot on

  • Aitor Morales
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    This video complete bullshit

  • Aaron James
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    This is completely wrong at the end. Most universities these days do make a point of emphasizing the value of outside activites, clubs and socializing, as well as the value of internships and real work experience.

  • Gabe Newell
    Posted at 04:24h, 08 July

    What do they use to make these animations? It certainly dosen't look like Adobe Animate.