Can I be an environmental engineer even though I'm not good in math?
Okay so I've been doing a lot of research on environmental careers and I read about environmental engineering and it sounds like something I'd want to do. I know that it requires a strong math background, but I'm not that good at math. I know that if I take things slow and maybe get a bit of tutoring, its something I can accomplish, but math isn't naturally easy to me. Should I try it anyway? I'm just scared of trying and failing and in the process wasting a bunch of time and money for school.
Asked By: Ambellina - 8/9/2010
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Answered By: Cool L - 8/10/2010
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considering that the scientists at East Anglia admitted to fudging their data or throwing out anything that didn't fit, being bad at math seems to fit right in to being a AGW scientist. Practice saying the following : "Don't like my numbers? You must be a Denier!"
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