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beleg34202yIMO learning math is for everyone, no matter who you are. It's just a sequential process, and sometimes if you miss a small step somewhere, you'll find it impossible to proceed any further. Maybe you just need to look back and review the basics.
You by need math for most of the things. You need it to get a degree, for nothing else. I got kicked for the math, yet I'm better dev than plenty of my friends who graduated.
you failed 2 times
i fucking failed 7 times electronics and passed on 8th try
i fucking failed algebra 6 times and passed on 7th try
i fucking failed math analysis 1 (calculus 1) 5 times and passed 6th time
i fucking failed math analysis 2 (calculus 2) at least 9 or 10 times, passed on i dont even know what try
i fucking failed probability and statistics at least 4-5 times, still didnt pass it
and spilled blood and went through pain and agony and fire and hell almost joined satanic cults and experienced trauma over the period of 2 years to do pass these time wasting exams
and you fuckin complain about 2 triieesss
get the fuck out
@mt3o ...mmmh as much as i dont want to admit, Yes it was worth it but let me tell you why
i always used to be a pussy for everything prior. in life in general. such as being scared to learn complex stuff. scared to approach girls. been awkward. lonely. but still studying not-so-hard-stuff.
these exams have shaken me mentally. broke me mentally. transformed me into another person, a person filled with aggression from so much failure, so i got use to failure now, to the point that i am mad as fuck about not succeeding, dont give a fuck if i will fail anymore, now i aggressively (but peacefully) do everything i listed above and plenty more stuff, even in life in general. i still do struggle but i am no longer scared of failing and that is a transformation that only high quality colleges do to you. IF you have not done this to yourself, by yourself before, go to college, because college will do it for you
@SukMikeHok i get your point, but disagree :)
You can gain that kind of experience everywhere else, without putting your education and finances at risk. I don't know how it looks where you live, but in my case I had to spend quite a lot money. Repeating courses is pricey.
It's way safer to visit specialist, either if it is a psychoterapist or a pickup artist, if you suck at picking up girls, for the matter.