I am currently taking Calculus I for a second time, not because I don't know it, but because I thought it would be more beneficial to me. I have always been advanced in math. I took Algebra I in middle school, but I skipped pre-algebra so I kind of struggled at first. In my freshman year of high school, I took Geometry and didn't really have to try because it came easy to me. In my sophomore year, I look Algebra II and College Algebra. Both were still pretty easy for me. I would finish test within 10-15 minutes after it was handed out. In College Algebra, I was the only sophomore in that class. I was told it was a waste of time because I didn't need it to graduate, but I saw it as a step into pre-calculus. In my junior, I took pre-calculus and still thought it was pretty easy, I saw my classmates have a hard time, but I felt fine being in the class. During my senior year, I made it to Calculus. I was the kind of student who was able to teach myself how to do a problem with just one example. My teacher would say "You just have this gift. I see you don't really pay attention in class, but in your homework and test, I see that you don't really need to" or "It just comes to you naturally" which I do believe it is true. The reason why I decided to re-take Calculus at UNL is because I had a misfortune at the end of my sophomore year, and I thought it would be better for me to retake it, rather than move on. Also, my friends call me the "math genius"
Freshman at UNL
Subjects of Expertise
ACT Math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Pre-Calculus
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