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    I'm thinking of taking architecture for college, and I have so many questions that somehow haven't been answered by the people around me so I'm asking them here.
    What does it feels like to be an architect student ?
    Does high school math grades matters to architect college ? (Meaning if I suck at math during my high school times, then it is impossible for me to survive in architecture)
    Is it possible for an architecture student to have a part time job ?
    What will we learn in architecture ?
    Is it as tough and stressful as everyone says ?
    Where does the architecture students carry out their internships ?

    Thank you for anybody who answers !
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    (Original post by Varlene)
    I'm thinking of taking architecture for college, and I have so many questions that somehow haven't been answered by the people around me so I'm asking them here.
    What does it feels like to be an architect student ?
    Does high school math grades matters to architect college ? (Meaning if I suck at math during my high school times, then it is impossible for me to survive in architecture)
    Is it possible for an architecture student to have a part time job ?
    What will we learn in architecture ?
    Is it as tough and stressful as everyone says ?
    Where does the architecture students carry out their internships ?

    Thank you for anybody who answers !
    Are you asking about studying architecture in the uk or elsewhere in the world?
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    Are you asking about studying architecture in the uk or elsewhere in the world?
    I'm thinking of either UK or Canada
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    (Original post by Varlene)
    I'm thinking of taking architecture for college, and I have so many questions that somehow haven't been answered by the people around me so I'm asking them here.
    1. What does it feels like to be an architect student ?
    2. Does high school math grades matters to architect college ? (Meaning if I suck at math during my high school times, then it is impossible for me to survive in architecture)
    3. Is it possible for an architecture student to have a part time job ?
    4. What will we learn in architecture ?
    5. Is it as tough and stressful as everyone says ?
    6. Where does the architecture students carry out their internships ?

    Thank you for anybody who answers !
    1. Average? If you like working long hours for minimal reward it will feel great though.

    2. Nope, doesn't really matter at all. Having a basic grasp of geometry is handy.

    3. No, but increasingly difficult to balance as you progress.

    4. That's very open ended.

    5. Yeah, pretty much. Again, if you don't want to do well you could get by with minimal stress if you're fairly capable.

    6. Any architecture practice generally.
 
 
 
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