Did not misunderstand a thing, did you make a typo. I could of swore you were agreeing with rocketwoman here.
Why not explain then, seems pretty clear to me. If I misunderstood, I am really sorry, also sorry your english and sense of humor suck bra. LET ME KNOW WHEN YOU GUYS ARE DONE attempting.
A tiny suggestion. In your quest for an electrical engineering degree you are going to bump into circuits classes, logic classes, maybe some Artificial Intelligence classes, certainly advanced math, systems and applied probabilities and depending on where you go and your discipline, quantum electronics . Those will require much paying of attention an learning from those who have experienced that path before you.
Much the same will occur here. In fact, you will find that you will learn much more from this group of folks than from your circuit and logic classes IF you take the time to listen and learn. Most of us have had that opportunity to find that out. We have enjoyed the learning from each other as we have visited here over the past years.
Others choose to shoot first and then are unbelievably surprised at the lackluster results that inevitably occur in the wake.
On this thread alone there are Electrical Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Systems Engineers, Software Engineers, Analysts, Network Administrators, Attorneys, Managers, Professors, Architects and Economists, several of the folks holding several degrees in different disciplines. And there are a couple of folks that I don't know what their degree is in. So, you can learn much from this group which has worked all over the world and in nearly every sector.
Enjoy your choices.