My mom giving me dilemma ...😑telling me to take law major... But I wanna learn computer science too... What can I do?
Going crazy choosing the university major
@sayan hahahahahahhahaha 😂😂😂😂
If you love programming show it your mum with your actions rather than words.Let why her see why you'll be more successful as a programmer than a lawman
all the best for you, your studies and your coding future, good luck
also, identify why you mother prefer for you being a lawyer than a programmer and find countermeasure arguments that would make her change her mind If possible with examples you found on the net or you have in your relatives so that she trusts you
I can help. I was in a similar situation 15 years ago. I loved learning about computers and didn't know exactly what I wanted to do with them but was very interested. Unsure, I followed mom's advice to become a teacher because I'm great at helping people learn pretty much anything. Your parents know what's best for you right? In some and most cases, yes. but look where I am...here on Sololearn.
yes computer.👍👍...just follow your passion💃💃...do what you believe in...👊👊👊👊
yeyyyy👏👏👏congratulations👏👏👏👏very cool..you win....now it is time for programming.. do your part and complete your mission 👌👌👌👌
@Brains Yep, bro... I just started learning Java...And universities gonna start soon... I can show her the better me when I attend uni with that major so...
some wise person has said " your father aint happy; doesnt matter... your mommy aint happy; you are in big trouble" 😂😂😂😂😂cute isnt it
do what you are made of and dont get into dilemma and one if you really want to do CSE just go for it and dont turn back what ever it take and never get into a situation like "that mom was right about me i should have done law" or if you think mom was right then do whatever mom says and same as dont bring situation like " i should have done what my mind says SO finally what ever you choose just go for it and never ever turn back.. GOOd lUcK..
Interesting... I wasn't aware of a law major. In the United States, you have to complete your 4 year undergraduate degree in pretty much any major. Then you must take a test called the LSAT before applying to law school. The LSAT is an incredibly difficult exam that tests your logical skills with complex scenarios. This test is not based on academic knowledge. I took a practice version of the LSAT and scored quite high. I believe this was because I had been programming several years by then which really sharpened my logic skills. 😎 Perhaps this is similar in your country. If so, you could argue that majoring in computer science will prepare you for the LSAT equivalent for law schools in your country. This would give you time to decide if you might be interested in law as well. Or maybe your mother will come around by the time you finish your undergraduate degree. Either way... good luck!
tell your mom a programmer can break all laws...where a law_major is bound to follow it🐦🐦🐦🐦🐦boring... follow your wish... think and act wait and react
just make your mom happy and creat a tutorial app for law_major😂😂😂😂😂😂
Tell your mom your interest and then listen to her interest then you definitely get your way of your future. All the best and one thing always remember mom always want their childrens happy that's it
@Prawin Sure bro.... I clearly decided now to keep learning what I want! Thx for ur opinions,bro!I won't make the situation like that u tell me. Mega Thx!!!
just follow what your hearts says!!
Why do you Want to learn computer science?, note computer science and programming and two different things but they are very very related, you can be a programmer without having a CS degree, if programming is your passion you can do it anytime but not CS, like me am a maths major but just love programming, i write programming lang during my spare time, "Computer science is theoretical, it takes a scientific and mathematical approach to information and it's computation. Computer programming is practical, it is the process of designing, writing, testing, debugging, and maintaining the source code of computer programs. They are different, but related fields." so you have to choose what you really want am not telling you to go against your mother nor follow her advice, jes check your real reason "do i like computer science or do i like programming? " opps the answer became too long.
Thats good decision very good we all proud of you.
Your welcome and its my pleasure and we always encourage you and always support you. Always share your problems definitely you will get best solution.
ha ha ya right sayan