This class was tough.
This course was the first course I took that truly applied to what I went to college for. I didn't know what to expect--whether I'd like it or hate it. From the first lecture to the last exam, I loved every minute of it. i finally got the glimpse I had been needing of what Chemical Engineering can do. I could see the applications and the infinite possibilities of where I could go with my career. Additionally my professor is the absolute best.
When you first go to college, it's hard to see what you're studying or if you chose the right major until well into your years. When I took this course, I got to see all that was possible through engineering and I can't remember the last time I was that excited about a class. I always loved math and science in high school, and to finally apply it to something I enjoyed was beyond exciting.
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Advice for students:
Read and practice! Any STEM class is hard, especially at an institution like Johns Hopkins. But I learned that it was easier from practicing problems within each unit, and reading how they were solved if I was confused. At some point math becomes a little more difficult than just adding and dividing. There are many more steps involved and organization is key.