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I'm about to graduate with a bachelor's degree in Electronics - IT and I am currently doing my internship. I've always felt like I don't quite 'belong' in my year, often feeling that my skill level or knowledge is inferior compared to my peers.

With graduation in sights I want to know if anyone else felt this way before applying for a job, and if it in fact turned out to be true.

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For a long time in my life I thought that same thing. Everyone else is an expert, how can I, simple, inexperienced being be trusted with any important task. Over time I realized that nobody is perfect and quite often the quality delivered by others is not so great on a second look.

If your grades are OK and you pass, that means you are on par with the requirements. As long as you enjoy your field of work and get things done you will be fine.

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