Give us some chalenges and you try to help to another users too, We share knowlege here.
Have a great day pal.
If those other students are not asking ANY QUESTIONS, they're probably missing out on A LOT.
I feel this whole shut-up-and-learn attitude towards leveled learning is the norm. If you know "this", you must know "that" kind of pompous assumption.
You spoke your peace, good on you. Never stop pointing out the inadequacies of a system, if we don't, it never gets any better.
Now, let's kick some SW ass!
Yes, i do have an issue with how some tech schools run things. This one i am at follows the procedure of "follow the book step by step, and if you get stuck, ask a question" there are no lectures or a review of the tutorials to follow that day. Bare minimum would be a 5 minute video showing some tips and tricks for that specific project. However, that is not how they do it here. At the university, yes, but its a 2 year wait.. Luckily the teacher at the university gave me access to his 30 minute videos and all assignments and a student serial(9020) key to register with solidworks so i can get more training.
"Never stop pointing out the inadequacies of a system, if we don't, it never gets any better." Is this not what we do everyday as solidworks users, designers and engineers? if we dont, people can die.. i take my job and skills seriously as an engineer, even if i am still a engineering student.
thanks for your reply