Daniel gives advice to high schoolers
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So this is gonna be an advice video for you, Fi called. If I could tell my high school self one thing, it would probably be to work on my skills, you know, not spend so much time playing video games, but I like working on my cooking skills, time management skills. These are things that are gonna be valuable for the rest of your life. You know, I'm gonna be moving out to point in the next year, and I'm not ready to cook microwave dinners for every meal. Then another thing I wish that they had told me about you see why it is that there's certain departments for Major, so there's different rules and stuff. I wanted to double major in computer science and mechanical engineering, but they don't let you double major in two fields of engineering. So just make sure they have the major you're looking for or whatever it may be. Then something I wished I had told me on that you see, lights for was that AP credits actually don't apply to very much. Most of the times they are like empty credits, you know, actually applied towards your major. You have major requirements that you need, and the credits will really help. For me as an engineer, I got math from a B. C and then, um, English. Those were the only class that help me towards graduating, then that they weren't very much help at all.