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12-12-2012, 09:11 AM
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Originally Posted by Kriss E View Post
It seems like you have a hard time understanding conversations. Either that or you jump in the middle of one without looking back at what was being discussed.

I gave the example of a friend working in Bombardier while studying engineering. Another poster (not you) said it's much easier to work in a field that would also help you academically to which I responded hockey players can study in fitness related fields as it would help them for their sport, exercise science, sports medicine, nutrition, etc..
That's why I said ''Athletes can study in fitness related fields''. Get it now.
really ?

I'll refresh your memory...

Originally Posted by Kriss E View Post

You mean the people that are interested in the same thing don't study the same thing?
You think an artist will go into engineering?..
and here's a simple awnser, not even from me...

Originally Posted by loudi94 View Post
I have taught hundreds of hockey players over the years. They do fall into different academic categories. One thing with a few exceptions they all have in common is that there isn't enough time in the day for them to excel at hockey and be academic students. The ones that do tend to have well educated parents that put in the extra time.

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