Originally Posted by LearnIIBurn
You should get into Networking and stay there
. Routing and Switching is where it's at! I learned on Juniper equipment and am currently working on getting my JNCIA cert. Big money in router languages. Learn Cisco iOS or Juniper JUNOS (or both) and make some real money. Learn BGP, IS-IS, RIP, and OSPF protocols like the back of your hand, then do the job no one else knows how to do. Move to San Francisco, start as a Net Engineer at some start-up, get paid from the internet boyeeeee!
Hahha Boyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Yeah good advice. I'm a total noob right now but I hope that this course will help veer me in the right direction. I heard CCNA and Cisco is a must, and getting the A+ cert is ostensibly mandatory for what we're going to do. I will check out Cisco and Juniper when I figure out what I'm going to be getting into. And yes, I'd love to move to the states when I graduate, that would be ballin'
Originally Posted by N8-Karl
I've been out of high school for a very long time now thats why (Im a former nursing student btw but my passion is not there though I did really well in class), I dont really remember my Gr.11/12 maths. I really hope George Brown have good support groups because Im that scared of math, I haven't done them for so long lol.
My friend took the same course at Fanshawe College, and they have no math course at all !!! But the school is too far for me.
Don't be too concerned, I really am in the same boat. I went to University for social work, and although I did well, it just wasn't for me. I PM'd you regarding the math/english test requirement, not too sure so I'll check it out for you.
Doing grade 11/12 math won't be too hard, my roommate said (the one who's taking the CST course) that they start from scratch so you're not completely screwed.
My Landlord just happens to be a Highschool Math/Physics teacher in TDSB, so I will be getting tutored for sure..