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But we also have the problem with prerequisites. First of all, the mathematics professors often make complaints about the lacking algebra skills when students enter college. Further, we virtually never get exposed to any proofs in high school so one enters college without knowing what a proof is. I know that schools in the US tend to have a pretty proof-based euclidean geometry class but here we barely learn any euclidean geometry, and the learning of it consists of applying a bunch of rules/formulas (which we accept by faith) on geometric figures.

I'm currently self-studying euclidean geometry and algebra more in-depth, outside of class to be well prepared for college. It's fun and I think and hope that it will pay off.