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#ActualChad Smith

Posted 13 December 2012 - 06:05 PM

I am willing to bet there are more professionals that had the same struggle as you. Every human will. I struggled in one of my CS classes this year. It was more of a theory class and I did struggle with the theory part of it (I will admit I absolutely suck with any kind of theories). Though in parts of the class we would program I felt just fine. I took that as the following: I need to start looking into the theory part to get better. Matter of fact I am actually thinking about retaking that class. I want to walk right up to the theory portion of the class and say "I'ma kick your a$$!"

I'm looking to minor in Math and my Calculus II professor that I had this semester told us a good story. She said that when she did her undergraduate studies in Math she said she struggled. She said she was a C average student yet she wanted to major in Math. She told us she struggle to pass some classes and did fail some. She remembers people saying she was one of the worst students in every single class she took. Now she is a very well respected professor with a PhD. She told us this before every exam. That if you struggle with this now it is ok. Just keep trying it can get you somewhere. It got her to a well respected level.

#1Chad Smith

Posted 13 December 2012 - 06:01 PM

I am willing to bet there are more professionals that had the same struggle as you. Every human will. I struggled in one of my CS classes this year. It was more of a theory class and I did struggle with the theory part of it (I will admit I absolutely suck with any kind of theories). Though in parts of the class we would program I felt just fine. I took that as the following: I need to start looking into the theory part to get better. Matter of fact I am actually thinking about retaking that class. I want to walk right up to the theory portion of the class and say "I'ma kick your ass!"

I'm looking to minor in Math and my Calculus II professor that I had this semester told us a good story. She said that when she did her undergraduate studies in Math she said she struggled. She said she was a C average student yet she wanted to major in Math. She told us she struggle to pass some classes and did fail some. She remembers people saying she was one of the worst students in every single class she took. Now she is a very well respected professor with a PhD. She told us this before every exam. That if you struggle with this now it is ok. Just keep trying it can get you somewhere. It got her to a well respected level.

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