|Jan23-10, 10:01 PM||#1|
Need Dire Inspiration.
Of late, it has being an unfortunate new habit of mine at which I keep doubting my own potential. I am still in High School and taking introductory physics. I aspire to major in Physics in the near future. I have never actually been a math type of guy( though I mostly manage above 90's in High School so far, I however failed terribly when I tried AP calculus beginning this semester and eventually had to drop it). I am slowly losing confidence in myself. .SInce I was a kid I have always been fascinated by Science but my Math history is an entirely unsuccessful record in my life. Because of my relative weakness in Math I am suffering a bit with Physics currently; so far only managing mid-70's in Physics. I have read a couple articles online which emphasize hardwork as a better trait than just genius. I also want to believe that my situation currently is not permanent, and that maybe by some chance my brain will develop further and I will become some sort of genius in the future( Don't get me wrong, I am not merely sitting idle and waiting for a change). I do work hard. Well I have always hoped to wake up one day I find myself as a true genius. From scoring 400 in the Math section for the second time in the SAT and having to drop AP Physics and Calculus, I am deeply in need of some encouragement and I hope someone out there can conjure the right word to relinquish me from my insecurities and fears.
|Jan23-10, 10:23 PM||#2|
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There's also taking the third route. Go for a soft science like biology or earth science or a social science like psychology or economics, something where there's just not that much math. You may have to get through calculus, but that's about it.
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