Toughest program to major in? (part 2)

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Subject: Toughest program to major in? (part 2)
I would say MD degree.
[23-08-2006,07:19]
Anonymous
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an MD is just memorization.
[23-08-2006,08:35]
Anonymous
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i vote engineering
[23-08-2006,08:35]
Anonymous
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It depends what you´re good at. If you´re good in physiology and at craming information, you´ll do well in MD. If you´re good at writing, you´ll do well in law. If you´re good at pure and applied sciences, you´ll do well in engineering. I can think of MD and engineering students who would do poorly in law because they can´t write. I can think of law students who would do poorly in MD and engineering because they can´t understand science. Given the autistic nature of most engineering students, most would struggle in health sciences and are unable write a decent paper for a humanities undergraduate course.
[23-08-2006,12:08]
Anonymous
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MD? What the fuck are you talking about?

A PhD in math is the hardest degree of all.

[23-08-2006,16:38]
Anonymous
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PhD is not a major and a bachelor at the very least is required before starting a PhD. So go complete your BEd if you can and best of luck getting into a PhD in math.
[23-08-2006,18:30]
Anonymous
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its fucking hard to get into a Ph.D program in maths.

EAch University takes in like 6-7 students for pure maths.

Of course, all of them get payed like 40K a year to study.


[23-08-2006,18:34]
Anonymous
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health sciences are a bird course for engineers, heath science...bahahhahaha
[23-08-2006,18:36]
Anonymous
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oh and humanities is a joke, like 60%-80% of your marks are based on assignments. In humanities you can expect to spend about 6-10 hours on an assignment thats worth like 20% of your mark. In engineering sometimes it takes 6-10 hours to finish a weekly assignment thats worth 1% of your mark, and we have to know that stuff for the test
[23-08-2006,18:58]
Anonymous
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thats a load of crap and you know it.


[23-08-2006,20:18]
Anonymous
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I would to see an engineer memorize an anatomy text book in less than 3 weeks. You´d probably try doing so through osmosis!
[23-08-2006,20:53]
Anonymous
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its not a load of crap, just wait until you start school little billy and youll see
[23-08-2006,21:12]
Anonymous
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my roomate who was in history used to spend about the same amount of time on an essay that was 20% of his mark as i would on alot of weekly assignment(i take 6 or 7 classes per semester, and there is usually a weekly assignment in 5 or 6 of them, some only have biweekly and a lab due weekly).

The amount of effort that me and most other engineers put in on a daily basis is pretty much hell on earth for a history major.. and i truthfully belive that most other arts programs are the same

[23-08-2006,21:17]
Anonymous



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