OK SO ... I've always thought myself as 'not very good' at math. I always get B's or C's in stem courses. I've completed calc I-III, and university physics 1-2, chem 1-2 under that notion and achieving those grades at my university. I just spoke to a group of people that were taking calc I for the -third- time (IE failing it twice in a row). Now I'm beginning to question whether I'm really 'bad' at math at all and considering that I've just been conducting psychological warfare upon myself all these years. I thought that B's and C's basically meant 'you cant do math' but apparently there are people that are actually THAT bad, ie they don't get anything right and literally can't do it. Hmm, I would like to hear your thoughts on this. Are there really people who 'can't do' math in a literal sense, and this is what makes them choose careers/majors outside of stem (at the very least, they are so debilitated mathematically that it is incredibly hard for them to make anything higher than D/F)? Or is everyone just psychologically screwing themselves?