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  • NTJ yes

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  • NFP yes

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  • NFJ yes

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  • STP yes

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  • SFP yes

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    3 5.00%
  • NTJ no

    4 6.67%
  • NFP no

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    I've always been good at math, but I never enjoyed it. I only enjoyed it when the cute guy next to me always tried to copy off of me in college.


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    i see life as a system of equations.

    so, whatever.

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    honestly, i think i hit my math wall after high school geometry level. not that i tried very hard, but i just couldn't make it through algebra 2. i ended up taking this really easy math class called personal finance for my last credit which was all very, very basic math.

    i managed to get a B in statistics in college, but it was mostly because our teacher was really easy, and all the tests were open notes/book. so i could kinda teach myself how to do it during the test. i'm just glad i never have to take another math class again

    i was the second best in my class in 3rd grade at multiplication tables. does that count for anything?

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    Yes, but only at trigonometry, algebra, geometry.

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    Yes, I was good. In elementary/jr/high school all of the classes were a non-issue, geometry as well as algebra/trig and then ap calc.

    In college things shifted a bit, as the classes were more challenging, but I still got A's in calc 2 (passed out of calc 1), differential equations, and linear algebra. My only issue in math was calculus of several variables... I did not intuitively grasp math once it got to the 3D level, and got a C.
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    I was quite good at math when I was constantly taking math classes, but lost my momentum a bit in college.

    I'm still pretty amazing at mental arithmetic, though, if I do say so myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    I was quite good at math when I was constantly taking math classes, but lost my momentum a bit in college.

    I'm still pretty amazing at mental arithmetic, though, if I do say so myself.
    This.

    I was a math whiz in middle/high school. Obsessed with it, actually. But college killed my love for it.

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    “Can a man of perception respect himself at all?”
    ― Fyodor Dostoyevsky

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    Having thought about this topic a bit further. I think I'm quite good at math and have the ability to excel in it. However, I severely lack the interest to take it very far. For me, the problem presented needs to have a realness to it to become interesting. Numbers on a paper lack that.
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    AAll the way through trig was a breeze. Got C/low Bs in calculus because I had class after a 12.5 hour night shift and didnt study much or do homework much.
    Im out, its been fun

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