I have always thought I wanted to study computer science for many reaons even though I did not know much about it or about the many other majors taht are availlable. I took AP in computer science and I liked it for the first 6 weeks or so untill I noticed that I did not like studying it at all. I just did not like opening my AP CS book and preferred to study Calculus, English or any other subject instead. I am now taking a founndation year in the UK and the only computer class that I am taking is asking me to write a report and it I could literally die fromm boredom. I just cannot seem to enjoy reading about code at all. Last year I enjoyed programming with Jave especially when it was easy but II did not study or pay attention to class. This year I completely hated the CS lab work where we had to learn about Linux, Latex and other boring things. I do not know why I hate it so much sometimes and at fewer times it can be enjoyable. I do not know if things will get more enjoyable when I study more courses or if I need to change my major fast. I like math a lot and do not mind studying it. Please tell me what you think
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I think that you should focus your studies in an area that you enjoy. With that said, you probably won't like every class within a program. Do you see yourself working as a programmer or some other IT position in the future? If not, it doesn't sound like you should …
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