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I like sports alot and love limelight I never thought of being an engineer I m really confused with my career pls help me?
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Firstly if you do not like Math, how would you be able to study engineering. Secondly, easy math, what is that.
Engineering is a stream which is mainly into computations and its mainly into inventing. This definitely requires you to have good knowledge when it comes to permutations and combinations and algorithms.And mind you all the specializations right from computers to automobiles to electrical all require Math knowledge.
here comes another dilemma that you are facing. In-case you do not like engineering and are inclined towards another field, then why are you investing time and money and most important is your energy. Rather than facing difficulties because of your lack of interest, better it would be to choose a line you are interested in, rather than dragging along a forcefully chosen career.
As such there are many other streams you could opt for.Here listing down few of them, you could choose as to which one you think your potentials lies in:
Though listed in general, once you select a field, more information about it can be provided.
If you are not sure which one to opt for, it is best that you opt for an Aptitude tests that will throw light on your potentials, based on which if you choose a career you will be more successful. Though hardwork is a must.Any career you choose, and are able to add value to the work and to the society and at the same time are able to think differently, limelight will automatically follow you.Dont start with the limelight in your mind at the moment. First gain knowledge and then think of ways to implement the knowledge but differently.
As such to make a career in Sports, one needs to begin their training at a very early stage in life. At the moment, you could look at it from a recreational point of view.
Hope this helps the turmoil in your head.
Wish you all the very best.....
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See, without maths there cannot be a career or job in science & engineering field. Your heart and history is saying to you that you don't like maths, so I would strongly suggest you to avoid completely engineering or any science field. If you still go for these, I am sure that you won't get through any exam and get a qualification. Maths a subject which cannot be mugged up or can be passed with minimum studies or guides.
What importantly depends is on what capability, interests, passion, likings you have and would want to work for years on that.
I would suggest you to undergo a Psychometric Career Assessment Test from CareerGuide.com which will exactly indicate what are your strengths, weaknesses, passion areas, likings, interests, emotional quotient, etc. Based on the result of the test, you can talk to me and then I can guide you which course and career will suit you.
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