Get into the school! Take some remedial math classes. Never fear failing. Fear not trying!!
For me, any kind of math was really bad… like getting a migraine from thinking too hard bad. I don’t think there is anyone on earth as bad as I am with math.
Give me a simple calculation to work on, my answer will likely be “directions unclear: dick stuck in desk fan.”
But… I managed to do well after graduation. Ho hum.
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Wish you the very best in your career!
I’m currently a freshman at MMA. You have 3 options for math your freshman year and first semester. You can a) go into pre-calc, b) go into Technical Calculus (typically only deckies), or c) go into Calculus. If you’re currently taking Pre-Calc expect to take it again freshman year and same goes for Calculus unless you have a high AP score on the Calculus Test. Hope this helps.