My relationship with Maths can be best explained via a sine curve
Whenever I reach the peaks, it is almost always due to a patient, enthusiastic teacher , who hardly helps me solve anything, but whose presence always does the magic.
Good to have a Fall back arrangements, maybe that’s what my mind finds magical.
And those negative gradient parts leading to a zero, and further down the demon’s hole all the way to a negative-upside down- peak…that too can be credited to a teacher, for whom all I wonder throughout their classes is “How did you even qualify for the job?”
This semester is sadly (or luckily?) all maths.
And currently I am residing somewhere in those demon holes ( Thanks, A Levels!).
I take each step to the solution like a toddler learning to walk.
SURVIVOR MODE ON:
- Optimism-Keep that pep talk on. “You’ll make it through”
- Practice everyday.Anything. Just. Freaking.Solve.That’ll keep a pre-exam anxiety attack at bay.
- Stay away from anyone better than you at math when you are struggling with your own.
- Do not feel insecure. Feel different. In a good way.
Got any tips for me? I sure can benefit from some good experience here ❤
Till I don’t know when,