Hello, I am currently a freshman in High School and want to major in Electrical Engineering. I have been building stuff since I was six. I have made my own PCBs, electrical circuits, programmed in BASIC and C#, worked with microcontrollers like the Attiny2313, and built many complex things like SD card writers. I REALLY REALLY want to become an EE. But, I can not do math. I have been trying, and trying to get good at math, but I just can't. I know you have to be extremely good at math in order to become any type of engineer. Every time I think about wanting to become an EE and how bad I am at math, I get very sad.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is it still possible for me to become an EE? Or will my low math skills keep me from ever becoming an EE?

Thank You.

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# Want to be an EE but not good at math

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