I'm half way through my induction week and it's going alright I suppose, there seems to be a lot of presentations and practical work involved in the degree which I'm fine with, I like the hands on approach. I'm feeling really anxious though, I've read on threads here that a lot of Mech Eng students drop out like flies and that it's an extremely difficult course. I am willing to put hours in for this course and I've killed my social life so I can focus and have many more spare hours, I don't care about the fun side of Uni tbh, I'd rather just focus completely on getting my degree, that's my sole purpose for uni. But I'm a guy that did rubbish in his A levels and got into uni via access course in engineering, I didn't do it the hard way. So is there a chance that I'm not capable? Is being "capable" a myth? Does it just depend on how much work you put in and everyone is at the same level at the start? 2 days into the induction week and I'm already panicking...
Start Mechanical Engineering Beng on Monday and feeling really anxious.