Your Questions About Petroleum Engineering Schools In Texas
What is the best high school I should go to if i want to be a petroleum engineer?
I live in Sugar Land Texas I don’t mind Driving into Houston im A sophomore now i want to switch this summer ! PLEASE ANSWER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE , I REALLY APPRECIATE IT!
& I DON’T MIND COLLEGE SUGGESTIONS.
Brad Perry answers:
In my opinion, it is not a matter of where you go to high school, as long as you go to a good college. Focus on enhancing your chances of getting into a good college. Do community service, find an internship, whatever you do, do something that will set you a part from the rest. Study hard, do well and you’ll succeed.
Engineering Major – USC vs University of Texas, Austin?
Hey, so I am in a dilemma here. I am choosing between USC(Private) or UT(Public) for an engineering major (most likely petroleum; though undecided)
I know that UT’s engineering department is ranked 9th in the nation and USC is ranked 11th
so thats too close to decide from
I would like to know:
Being born and raised in Los Angeles all my life, what will be the difference in Texas?
How will I fit in? What is the college life or city life like?
Which school looks better and has a better job outlook upon graduation, a private school where you make many connections with kids who come from families with money, or a school thats in a state that is BIG in the industries where engineers are needed.
And last but not least, which has the prettiest,most down to earth girls
advise from anyone who has moved from california to texas or texas to california and their oppinions would be great! Advise from students who have made this transision for college would be even greater!
I hope this will be the end of my searching and i will come to my final decision
Brad Perry answers:
Place the name of each school individually into your favorite search engine and add the phrase, job outlook,student life, rankings and reviews. Then do a compare and contrast.
If there is time the best approach is to visit each school and to speak to faculty, students and admissions .
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