The greatest difficult for me in school was that it followed a bottom-up strategy. I was never intrested in stuff, cause I didnt know what it was good for.
I REALLY don't get why they made it like this. Why? Why? It doesn't make any sense at all. It only bores students because 1. the topics are too far from what they know 2. Far from seeing possible practicality. I had to learn all about it in my private time, and I finally found meaning in them.
I found tons of meaning and utility in school. The annoying thing was that the teachers supposedly teaching the material didn't even know what they were teaching. Way too many teachers were just reading from a script without even understanding their own material.
Ne > Ti > Si >> Te > Se >> Fe > Fi > Ni
I did terrible in high school because as I put it then, they were teaching everything they taught in grade school just with more detail. I also hated the rules, like if you were a minute late to class due to a line in the ladies room, they would ensure you don't go to class.
In "tardy sweep" once I was confined to a room where I had to spend the period writing the school rules. The paper I turned in read as such.
Rule 1: If you do not want go to class, we will strictly enforce that you are unable to go to class.
I didn't like the hypocrisy either, nor the idea of group discipline.
During college I was a model student, with As for the most part.
One of my best friends (ENTP) did this for a long time. I believe he enjoyed tormenting or toying with his educators and embraced his position at the very bottom of our class, but then decided to stop and got some stupidly huge number on his college placement exams
He is going to law school
He "got it" eventually
You have to abide by certain rules, even if you don't like them, in order to function optimally