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OMG: ECE 2A... 41 hours of classes, Labs, and tutorials a week with Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30 am to 9:00 pm. FML why did I choose this program?

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  1. Yea man I can't lie it's a brutal term, and bad profs can make it worse. Just remember, the workload won't last forever, but your degree and your iron ring will.

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  2. you knew what you were getting into. don't like it? switch to conestoga

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    1. wtf no. When you sign up for a program in high school you don't know what you are getting into.

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  3. Idk man. ECE is probably the shittiest in terms of difficulty for the degree you gain. So glad I'm in Mech.

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  4. Dont exaggerate, its only 41 hours every other week when you have labs. That being said, enjoy staying at school all day and night doing your labs reports and assignments. Source - was in 2A ECE last sem :^)

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  5. You chose it for bragging right apparently.

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  6. Presumably you chose this program b/c you wanted to be an electrical engineer. No one said it would be easy. Everyone in your stream class will have the same conditions so just get over it. If you don't like it then quit.

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  7. and another one bites the dust

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  8. it gets better! just keep on truckin'!

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  9. Term is almost over, dominate humbly

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  10. You haven't seen anything until ECE 2B. OS labs will have you staying at school until the wee hours of the night :)

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  11. Having lots of classes don't meant shit. UW engineering courses are the easiest to stay in and pass. Your 60% must be sooo hard to maintain per term.

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  12. 3A comp here if you're elec you don't have to worry about OS and 2B is a bit lighter 2B is absolute hell for Comps since we get 224 ( lowest midterm average of all time term over term) and 254(OS labs requiring up to and exceeding 30hrs of coding per lab) where as the electrical only have to deal with materials and an extra calculus

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