yeah.... actually.. i guess, as i said in OP; it makes the least difference in sciences, or maybe i see it that way bc i am not interested in science, or anything you learn mostly from books, but i have a friend who is math genius and is also very bitter about our system. enough to say is that he is really a math genius and he is already 8. years on 4 year math college because he doesnt see a point in the way they study.
basically, all stuff you learn mostly from books, doesnt make a difference where you are. but as i learn better from experience.. well. .
this could be it also, maybe i am taking mine too comparing to someone who doesnt even have this, too.It may just be that I took my resources for granted.
but i am just like that i cant help myself, i think i deserve the best
also when i was finishing HS; knew i can get scholarship for anywhere but i was very good in math, so i thought i can get it for math. i didnt know how system in US works and that i wouldnt *need* to study math in US.. also, took for granted that i will not miss much if i dont go. I was so stupid.
yeah i know. i am also unmotivated in this system. which goes with my, tbh, grandiose style that i deserve the best. i dont view it as grandiose always bc i think iam realistic, and if i was us citizen i'd have "the best", but others may say it is, sometimes i hear it.I don't want you to regret your decision, basically. Just because you didn't decide to go to school in the US, doesn't mean you can't start pursuing your interests right now. Yes, in retrospect, maybe there are more resources available at some of the schools here, but it doesn't mean you can't find your own way with enough drive and willpower.
btw. if college lasts 4 yrs, 120 credits, how many of that must be in major? how many must be in general studies? i know it depends on certain college, but i mean, in general.