I'll keep it short and to the point. I'm 28, I've been in and out of school since HS graduation in 99, never felt there was a purpose to school, I went because I enjoyed learning but could care less about grades, It wasn't until I took Cal I and II that I was actually excited and intrigued. I've always wanted to be an engineer, problem is I've wanted to be a lot of things. The point is, for those 10 years of on and off addiction binges to school, my financial aid will most likely run out if I pursue engineering, I've only taken up to Cal II, zero engineering classes. It would take at least 4 years from this fall or spring for engineering. It would only take two years or 4 semesters (16 or 17 hrs per semester) for math. I've heard of ppl running out of financial aid, and I don't want to be one of those people. What do u think? By the way, I got a B in Cal I and an A in Cal II.