Firstly, I apologize for lack of Korean thread, etc. I've been busy, and although I probably have had the time to do so, I've allocated time to recreation instead of making a Korean thread/going through the book. I promise I'll do so eventually: probably when I get around to reading the book again.
I still don't have a real clue what I want to do in college. I'm applying Engineering to my safety schools, and not sure what I"ll do for the others. (Haven't even applied for them yet lol)
In one sense, something law/public policy related is probably where my real strength lies, but I do fairly well in math, and can work my way through it all. It's hard to even fathom what a degree in engineering would be like at this point. I'm still waffling, and law seems good, but I"m still reluctant to spend that much time in school. And at this point everyone is making the assumption that I'll end up going to grad school. Which leads me to why I'm applying to University of Idaho. If I go to U of I, I will actually get paid around 5k a year to attend. This is due to National Merit of course. But yeah, I'll be among the most capable people there, which lines me up nicely to have internships etc, which are good for grad school.
Sigh. It all seems so abstract right now.
I just finished three college apps. San Jose State, Cal Poly Pomona, and University of Idaho.
San Jose State: Close to home backup (for the protective parents)
Cal Poly Pomona: Legit backup
University of Idaho: Father's alma mater. Great for national merit. Cons: No diversity, boring as heck. Moscow Idaho... Do have like 6 foreign exchange programs to Korea though XD
In any case, here is the real meat. I get bored, do not have good idea for Jack O lantern...