Originally Posted by 4thKor
Hands-on with the hardware is MUCH more fun! It's been a few years since I was in school, but I do remember always being ahead of everybody else, sometimes even the teacher! Makes for a very boring experience. I used to draw theoretical molecular structures to pass the time.
Agree, kind of the reason school was a bore, also did not help most of the stuff was super easy to me, except for English class (my weakness). I rather learn by doing, though I don't mind reading books it is just they take so darn long at teaching in a class.
What boring me so bad about this is it a military tech school. They basicly teach everyone more or less like you never seen a computer before which means it is slow and super boring to me. But of course I'm required to go through since I am in re-training for this career field in the Guard. At least I get Sec+ without having to pay for the test.
Hopefully once I get this done and my seasoning done I can go to college for the Computer Science degree I want. Just hope I can keep myself from going nuts with having to endure the core classes... I'm one of those people that can get super passionate about something I'm interested in, but get bored easily if I'm not learning new stuff. Kind of the reason I think I like computers so much, something always new to find out. Probably also why back in High School I enjoyed Chemistry, Biology, and Anatomy & Physiology. Was interesting and complex enough to not bore me. Well also enjoyed my Math classes too.
Still thank that 4th grade teacher to this day, use to be super terrible at Math and get super stressed out and angry (actually use to be worse on other stuff too). Still remember her taking me outside the class room and talking to me, don't remember what she exactly said, but something finally clicked in my head. Never had problems with Math ever since.
Just wish I could get my brain to handle English class. My reading comprehension is very high, but darn it English grammar is evil. Edited by Ithanul - 8/18/15 at 7:05pm