How do I choose a major for college?
I took the ASVAB test and got the results. for Computer Systems Analyst Computer Support Specialist Database Administrator. Compensation and benifits, and job analyst Financial Analyst The test says that I would do very well, in these majors. What skills do i neeed to be in the video game design field? I wanted to be in this field, can i choose it because I want to?Or do you need the prior skills? Can I choose computer systems analyst, even though i dont kno anything about computers?
Asked By: BlueLucario - 7/23/2007
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To be good in the video game design field you need desire and imagination. You can be whatever you want to be as long as you are willing to work for it. However, I wish you would re-consider your desire to be a witch. Peace and God bless.
Answered By: cave man - 7/23/2007
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If I were you , I wouldn't pay too much attention to those tests. They give you an idea of what skills you have at that certain time, and what they think you might be good at. This results are not set on stone though. You go to school to learn, and part of learning is also liking what you are doing. So to be in the... More
Answered By: Samantha - 7/23/2007
Take a Homemetrics test and fit your personality to the job. (type in Homemetrics on Yahoo) You may be good at something but hate the job. Love the job first especially if it fits your personality. I am EJSFP and love my current job after 75 others that I hated or liked or loved temporarily. Now I am 100% for 8 years.
Answered By: hot wheels - 7/23/2007
you should pay more attention to what you would like to do... because if you end up working as something you don't really like it's going to be one VERY VERY boring life ahead... More
Answered By: lexi - 7/23/2007
Find a field that is lucrative and does what you want to do and find out what educational path people who do that pursued. Don't just follow the money or you won't be happy, but don't just follow your heart or you will always be poor. Strike a balance. I became a Civil Engineer because I really like math and science... More
Answered By: Chuy M - 7/23/2007
Eliminate the minor ones from your list?
Answered By: Deadhead Neil - 7/30/2007
I grew up in the early 80's with The Reagans preaching the American dream and higher education, get into computer science. Do you realize that the IT field is over run? Everyone in the nation has some sort of Information Sys. Management degree or computer programming etc.. better than that chemistry and biology. I say... More
Answered By: cookie - 7/30/2007
you choose whatever floats your boat!!!!
Answered By: mileyfan4ev - 7/31/2007
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