10th July 1994
In your fourth year, you take everything you learned from your first three years and apply them to things you can potentially make a career out of doing. Fourth year courses are advanced ones that prepare you for careers in multiple fields related to your program. If you have higher ambitions, you should start thinking about a relevant master's degree to complement your bachelor's degree.
College is a long road that is full of surprises and setbacks. Undergraduate engineering is especially unpredictable, since it's so competitive. Whatever you do, don't let any setbacks slow you down. Look at them as opportunities for doing things you are really meant to do.
I am interested in do it yourself things and model engineering! Also I am a huge fan of video gaming and weight training!