hello everyone, I've completed my first year at UBC and I have developed a strong interest in transferring into engineering but unfortunately lack the courses to do so at the moment (didn't take chemisty 12 back in highschool,hated it). So i have a few questions for you :) How hard is engineering mechanics compared to calculus-based physics (first year)? What was the major focus in your programming course? (several kind of loops, arrays, objects, etc) What was focused on in your chemistry portion of the course? In other words, what topics/chapters were more important (kinetics, 1st law of thermodynamics, equilibrium, etc) ? Also, If you can somehow provide me with the name of some textbooks that you used, or some of the questions, that would be of great help. I remember looking at my friend's engineering mechanics textbook and i completely freaked out, it was almost like every problem was in 3D and they were much more complex than what we were going though. I mean we never did crane problems, or cranes with multiple pullies, i wonder what that is like.