10+ Year Member
- Feb 6, 2007
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- Other Health Professions Student
Ok here's my story - I am 21 and throughout my life I've never been a math guy, whether it be apathy or just an unnatural ability to grasp it. My family has been associated with a pharmacy for nearly 30 years and I've been working there for the last 8 months. I've become interested in pre-pharmacy and took general chem last semester (i'm currently a psych major) and it was quite difficult and I had to drop. Is math and science something that you're just naturally good at and have an aptitude for? Or is it possible to acquire the knowledge and be able to pass even the more difficult courses? I'm really torn and I guess I either need motivation or just an honest assessment whether this is right for me. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks in advance guys!