Where things stand

Well we’re about 4 weeks into Spring quarter and it’s starting to look and feel like spring. With the nice days we’re starting to get it almost makes you want to quit working and hang out all day. This time will come for me, but for now its all about getting stuff done. Saturday was the main target point of the quarter. Yesterday many of my engineering friends and I took the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. Sounds like fun huh? What’s better than two-four hour test sessions on a nice sunny Saturday. And the best part, it was all on engineering. Nothing like a test on everything you’ve learned in the past 5 years of engineering school. The test wasn’t bad nor was it good, kind of a happy medium. Coming out I feel good that I was able to do many of the problems. I/we will find out in about 6-7 weeks how we did. With a passing score I’m another step closer to becoming a professional engineer in the future.
Since the test is over that means I can get back to all my projects and other work I’ve been pushing off till after this weekend. I guess a good part is that its all mostly group projects, so I can plan things out and get it done and have some fun. Aside from the class work I’m still actively searching for a job. Its been a bit tough as no one has contacted me back, but you’ve got to keep an open mind about things and look for alternatives. Well, back to work.


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