Do all the things like ++ or -- rants, post your own rants, comment on others' rants and build your customized dev avatarSign Up
From the creators of devRant, Pipeless lets you power real-time personalized recommendations and activity feeds using a simple APILearn More
Not too many people complain about math or physics because that's understandable.
I complain about having to take fucking art, mythology, political science, communications studies, and all the other stupid fucking classes that I learn long enough to get the grade I want and then forget.
As for learning to learn, wouldn't it make sense to use introductory degree specific classes for that? I've had to take 2 of them that explore different media types, a bit of programming, etc. Those are the best times to instill the ability to learn, not some class a person doesn't want to take and therefore is less likely to try.
(Note: I've complained about hating math many times, but never about having to take it because I know it's helpful.)
@darthkebab can't relate. The vast majority of my uni's professors are actually good.
But with a class that easy, just take the easy grade and do what the fuck you want.
I made a 99.8% in my intro to HTML/CSS/JS class. Half the time I was watching sports or YouTube videos. I could have just skipped because they didn't take attendance.
Being bored in a major specific class you can pass without much effort is a infinitely better than some bullshit class that you'll never ever use.
I loved my math and physics classes. I wish I could’ve taken more physics..