One of the biggest concerns that haunts the lives of architectural students as the final semester of studies comes is: what will I do when I graduate in architecture?
We spent a lot of time emerging in semester research and projects, developing various types of work that ended up not paying attention to some issues.
Academic life is one of the most enjoyable moments of our lives. If you are a student you will still miss her! Can believe! The weather, the friendships, the teachers, this time never comes back. At the time of the squeeze it’s punk, I know, but then it hits that longing … Monografias Prontas, Dissertação de Mestrado e Tese de Doutorado
We will always have problems in one subject and another or even with a difficult teacher, who will make us want to drop everything, but after everything passes and is overcome, comes joy, relief, fulfillment.
In college a new world opens up our sights! And there is time and anxiety control so we can absorb everything without collapsing emotionally! Throw the first stone who never cried or spent at least one night badly slept because he could not get along with a subject or a teacher!
Various presentations, tests, drawing lessons, not to mention the research of specific subjects in books in another language without being able to translate a single word, put up all the hairs of our head.
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I remember the project classes in my student time!
I must confess that because of my baggage and experience brought from the technical course, allied to the work of a draftsman who was working in an architecture office before college, they made it difficult for me to seem silly near the deficiencies and still some lack of talent that some colleagues presented. I was at an advantage, and I knew it! Monografias Prontas, Dissertação de Mestrado e Tese de Doutorado
The realization soon spread and soon I was surrounded by my classmates. My ability with the drawing materials denounced me. And questions and more questions came to me from all directions. – How you do it? “How did you do that?”
It was almost impossible for me to develop anything to the end during the 50-minute class, with so many people asking me for help!
I could not help it at all! But even then I would do the teacher’s time, since he himself did not handle so many people asking questions one after the other.
He did not mind not because he did not want to or could, but it was impossible that he could give individual attention to so many people in such a short time. In the end, all I had to do was take my homework and finish the exercise outside of li!
All this familiarity with the subject was due to the technical course in buildings that I had completed, some time ago. Together with other roommates I stood out from the crowd and became an easy target for those who barely knew how to pick up the pencil and had never heard of the ill-famed Indian pens. Yeah, the work there was a bit difficult Monografias Prontas, Dissertação de Mestrado e Tese de Doutorado.
Colleagues who could or wanted to help, did as I did, helped those who asked for clarification, but unfortunately not everyone was willing to help colleagues.
Being familiar with not only the world of drawings but also other subjects, at first nothing seemed to be so difficult at first, after all in the first year there was nothing that I had not previously known.
An example of this was the feared material resistance of materials, which left half the catatonic room, but I who was not a genius of numbers were able to take charge of the message and explain to colleagues with my words what the teacher somehow failed to convey.
The technical course on Buildings
The technical course helped me a lot. I owe this to my father, who insisted that I give the Vestibulinho again, since in the first test, very sadly I had been disapproved!
It was from there my story began … This episode served to show me that when something is meant to be, it will be! I’ll tell you later how that happened.
But, returning to the subject …. College changes our minds. Change our lives! It is a shame that everyone does not have the opportunity to experience this experience. I will never forget history and art classes! AMAVA! I love history, and as I enjoy reading, devouring the books for me was no problem at all! Monografias Prontas, Dissertação de Mestrado e Tese de Doutorado
Faced with the curriculum of so many geniuses in architecture history, I felt fragile and wondered if this was what I wanted for myself and how could I transform everything I learned into a successful career? Something was missing, and it was not will. Lack was practical! The experience in the profession. But everything had its time, and I had only to wait.
I already worked in the area …
Parallel to so much theory and case studies I also lived the practical side of the profession.
Even though at some distance I lived the routine of an architecture office, since I worked in an architecture office and was there before I even enrolled in college.
Once again life had given me a gift and I had not realized the teachers that life had reserved for me and that they were already there teaching me what I needed before the joke started.
The practice does not come alone and out of nowhere! It also comes often from socializing with teachers and more experienced professionals. I was looking for a new phase, to have contact with qualified teachers, who could teach me lessons of day-to-day practice in the profession.
And that ends up finding us in the assisted stages. Architecture offices or builders and etc, there also learn a lot, and that’s how it happened to me.
As time passed, I was risking new jobs, new challenges, everything under the supervision and generosity of those who taught me. It was delegated to me more activities, I was assuming more responsibilities and gradually I was learning Monografias Prontas, Dissertação de Mestrado e Tese de Doutorado.
Once I graduated in architecture, I always tried to improve myself in order to know the programs used in the Architecture area, because during my 5 years in college, I could count on the hand how many students knew how to use AutoCAD for example. Very few!
In this e-book I will share with you my story and a bit of life experience in student time and professional life. For me life is like this, an eternal exchange of experiences in all areas! I learn from you and you learn from me.
I will tell you how I started, my difficulties and how I have walked this way up to here and that is certainly very similar to yours, after all, we are not very different.
This and more and more will be contact in my new e-book: How to open your Architecture office? Stay tuned that we will soon have the launch. There will be many issues addressed! Soon I will make available the summary of the book!
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