I've been interested in engineering for years, and have wanted to go to R.I.T as long as I can remember. I'm not exactly sure what I want to do yet, but I know I'd like to go Into some field of engineering, and have an interview for an internship at optimax, so if I end up getting it, hopefully it will help me figure out what I do (or don't) want to do. I guess the reason I decided to take physics again this year is because I just really hate myself. But seriously, I really enjoyed physics last year, even though it was pretty challenging, I learned a lot of cool stuff, and I wanted to learn more about physics and the way things work. I also would like to go into some field of engineering in the future, and figured some background in physics might be helpful. I hope to get some good experience in physics, even if I do not get college credit at the end of the year (even though there's a good chance I will), it will at least give me some prior knowledge to use in college. This year I'm most excited to hopefully build catapults if that's still happening. I'm most anxious about all of the out of class work as it can be easy to put it off in favor of other class work then be screwed the day everything is used.