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Can anyone in this field weigh in on whether they're enjoying it as well as what hurdles they really struggled with?
I'm deferred for chemE at a top uni and I am now wondering whether I'm on the right path.
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Can anyone in this field weigh in on whether they're enjoying it as well as what hurdles they really struggled with?
I'm deferred for chemE at a top uni and I am now wondering whether I'm on the right path.
I think you are on the right path. Chem Eng is one of the most versatile engineering disciplines. Good luck.
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I think you are on the right path. Chem Eng is one of the most versatile engineering disciplines. Good luck.
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