Hello! When I was young, I had absolutely no issues with Math. We moved to a different state that was much further behind on their coursework and as such when we moved back 5 years later, I was very behind. English and Social Studies were easy to catch up on because....well....I never really have much to do with them. However Science was a tough one but I finally got through it and biology. The one thing I have never caught back up with is math. I love math and can sometimes do it. However, I am VERY interested in schooling for EE. What is holding me back? I am in a remedial algebra course....I scored low enough on the placement exam that I have to take 3 remedial math courses before they will even let me touch college algebra. Yet I can calculate resistance, voltage, power and current. I know these are not really "milestones" but I remember those and can apply them when need be. What I am getting around to, is I am only 21 and currently at a community college for Computer Science (not really my interest but will make me learn C++ which I hear is good for EE because its a good hardware language) until I can decide if it is a good idea to go for EE or not. As per reference, I do not claim to be a linguistic neophyte, nor am I claiming to be scholar worthy. Only that I was good enough to pass my course work so I didnt have to look at it anymore. So please, no grammar nazi's or anything lol.