Remember back when we were young, say, primary school? Remember entering that dreaded Standard 1 classroom? I don't. Seriously, I don't. But what I do remember is taking a simple Qamp;A stuff, what are your parent's name, how many siblings do you have, and the most thought provocative one; what do you want to be when you grow up. Yea~ I remember that one pretty well. 3 empty blanks ranked, 1st choice, 2nd choice, and 3rd choice. Now that you mentioned it, it looks like some application of courses in some university. *ahem*
Anyway, like any young naive kid, filled with an awful lot of hope and petty dreams. I wrote: Soldier, Policemen, Doctor.
Man, oh man. Was it gullible or what? Soldier? You're lucky if you even get to be a Ranger. They'll throw most chinese to do desk jobs with super low pay. Policemen in my mind was a man who stood up and preserved justice.. if you flash the correct greens. ahaks~ And lastly, doctor. At 7 years of age, everyone wants to be a doctor but nobody knew how much many one must fork out to get into that line. Nobody knew one had to spend a minimum of 7 years studying. Nobody knew things could get real bloody and the government is a rip off.
Life's full of uncertainties. It sucks to be an IT student.