Yarra, Batam asked Nicolette Yovanof, The Boeing Company

AddedMonday, February 25, 2013 at 12:26 AM

Can I be an aerospace engineer if I'm not good at math and physics?
Hey Nicolette, I am currently an 11th grader wanting to major in Aeronautical Engineering later on in my masters, with a Mechanical Engineering degree for the Bachelors. But apparently, I don't excel in my math and physics classes, but I've always had a tremendous interest in how planes work, etc. I like to figure out ways to solve a problem practically, but maths and physics have never been my forte. Do you think I should give up on my engineering dream? Best regards, Yarra
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