Originally Posted by Essayons89
I'm actually enjoying math. Way back when I went through high school I struggled with it and never did very well. Over the last two terms I scored an "A" in both algebra 1 and 2.
Precalc, next term, should be my last math class. I don't believe I have to take any when I move on to work on my BA.
So did I, I almost failed algebra in high school...And then in college, I did fine in Calc 1 and 2, I got B's easily, but I go to Georgia Tech which is an engineering school, calculus here is HELL, so I am very content with how I did in my math classes in college ...I dunno I just feel like when you are in algebra the importance of little details is exaggerated and teachers are so picky, they will give impossible equations and the whole focus is just to see if you can count in the end. And that simply requires concentration, which is a big problem for a teenager with a severe case of ADD such as myself, back in high school
Not that I feel like I could do it now either..