Andrew Dreasler
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At 9:52am on September 13, 2013, Hein Zay Yar Oo said…

Thank you very much Sir Andrew Dreasler for answering my questions patiently. You will be the first one the know if I have more questions. Thank you.

At 9:30pm on September 12, 2013, Hein Zay Yar Oo said…

What might be the ending results of entering MIT and the results of entering Harvard different from each other?What might be some advantages of entering MIT instead of Harvard? So according to the first message you have left for me , I should be going into Mechanical Engineering. So which university ( MIT or Harvard ) would be a suitable place for me? Thanks for your reply. I look forward talking to you again Sir Andrew Dreasler.

At 6:17am on September 11, 2013, Hein Zay Yar Oo said…

Thank you very much sir. You have helped me out immensely and I thank you very much. One more question about engineering, how smart do you have to be and what are the SAT scores in order to enter famous engineering universities like MIT(Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Partially my dream is to study at MIT. Thanks you very much Mr.Andrew Dreasler. 

At 12:40am on May 9, 2013, Daniel.Lou said…

Hi,this is Daniel,i am a engineer professional in prototyping and
tooling in China.Hope we could learn more each other in here and also
hope have an opportunity to work with you. (Prototype and Tooling life in Shenzhen)

At 10:25am on May 25, 2010, Stewart Bowland said…

My concern is not for people who have the ability to "re-engineer" themselves. I'm more concerned about the growing numbers of people who, for whatever reason, have not or can not upgrade their skillset and find new employment further up the food chain. It won't matter how good we as engineering professionals have it if society as a whole gets left behind. The burden to our economies will be huge.


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