So yesterday I was busy because I joined for the senior and junior talk at my university faculty. It was great as I got to know my junior and talk about my opinion about my course. I am studying Food science & nutrition and specialist in Foodservice. Students for this course aren't many as the other course which would have 100 and above in one batch. My batch is only for 33 people. Senior's batch has 20 something while 1st-year students got 30 students.
About the talk, our lecturers manage the talk as they want students to get along to each other and be friends I guess. Last Monday, my lecturer already asked my batch, which is the third-year student for this year, for 5 students to volunteer to join the talk. However, only 3 students including me who came yesterday. ლ(ಠ_ಠ ლ) The lecturers was like "whyy??"
During the talk, juniors got to ask questions to seniors & lecturers. most of the students aren't really into Foodservice industries and science stuff. So there were a question "I have left chemistry for long time, how can I catch up the chemistry in degree?" .. and then one of the lecturer answered that question, that is not my problem (-_-・・・
Based on my opinion, we just had to study every part of chemistry to score. Observe yourself to help yourself in which way of study is good for you. For me, I would study with my friends, watch videos of chemistry at youtube and sometimes I asked my lecturers personally about what I don't understand about the course. I wasn't a great student with a high score and so on. I'm just an average student.
Most junior also asked about LI (Latihan Industri or Industrial Practical). It's good. Plan about how you would like to do during your LI. for me, I also curious about LI in my first year. Then, once I got to know that students also allow doing their LI in another country, I start to polish my third language skill. So, planning and being ambitious are needed to survive in university life.
Lastly, there was also a student who asked lecturers to summaries all the uses of science course that we had to take in this foodservice courses. So, for this question, I would answer to read books at the library. There is microbiology in food, chemistry in food, biochemistry in food and also books about physics in the food industry. Don't ask people to serve you, ask people to show you the way to solve the problem.
After the talk ended, some juniors come and asked me for my phone numbers. I don't know what to react when they called me "kakak" (￣ω￣
I am a tall person and a third year student.. ok.. but I am younger than most my junior aiyaa I was like "ok err ok .. ╮(￣ω￣╭
Things went well and I enjoyed the talk.