I am so frustrated with this. Algebra..... Summer semester just started and all I am taking is my college algebra course. I had to start at the very beginning of math when I started taking college classes. Basic Math, Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, passed all of those somehow with A's and now I have College Algebra. I can not do it. No matter what, I just can't get it. I swear I have some sort of mathematic learning disability and it frustrates me to no end. I am a good student, I pay attention in class, do all homework and even extra practice problems. I originally signed up for college algebra last semester but withdrew from it after a month. (after the refund drop deadline) my teacher wasn't great and I was becomming more confused in class than I was learning anything. I decided to take it summer term by itself so I didn't have to juggle work for another class with it. We are working on solving quadratic equations by completing the square and stuff like that and the next section is word problems. I began ok with the quadratic equations but the word problems, forget it. I have had help with them many times by teachers, friends, etc. Still, whenever I read one I have no idea where to begin. My mind just doesn't think that way. Everytime I try it I get so frustrated it brings me to tears How do people do this stuff It wouldn't be so bad if it was over after this class, but I know you need algebra for chemistry and my entrance exam for the nursing program consists of many word problems for the math section. I feel like I am doomed

Sorry if this is just dumb to be so upset about, I just needed to get it out, I try so hard

Sorry if this is just dumb to be so upset about, I just needed to get it out, I try so hard