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I want to study Electrical Engineering but I want to know some tips for studying this field of engineering and the subjects I have to revise this summer to be ready for the start of the semester.
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What level are you thinking of studying at
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What level are you thinking of studying at
Bachelors degree
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It might be an idea to enrol in an HNC course and spend a year doing that. I done the same and just completed my Graded Unit last week.

It was a brilliant experience and gives you a very good understanding of EE Fundamentals.


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It might be an idea to enrol in an HNC course and spend a year doing that. I done the same and just completed my Graded Unit last week.

It was a brilliant experience and gives you a very good understanding of EE Fundamentals.


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Doing a HNC to see if you're into something is a bit like eating 10 chocolate muffins to decide if you like chocolate muffins.

It would be better for OP to just do a coursera course or something like that.
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Thats a bit of an insult. A HNC is a good place to start.
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Doing a HNC to see if you're into something is a bit like eating 10 chocolate muffins to decide if you like chocolate muffins.

It would be better for OP to just do a coursera course or something like that.
Well there were at least 4 or 5 people who started my HNC course who didn't finish it because it turned out it wasn't for them so yeah... Go figure.


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Anyways that's besides the point, it sounds as if the OP knows that s/he wants to study EE so again, a HNC would be a good place to start, assuming they don't have the school grades that is.


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