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Good majors/degrees that don't require math/science.

VGAddict02VGAddict02 Posts: 12Registered User New Member
OK, so I'm no good at math (I can't even do algebra), because I have a brain injury, and I wonder if there are any good majors and/or degrees that don't involve math or science, or am I doomed to be a failure in life?
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Replies to: Good majors/degrees that don't require math/science.

  • overachiever92overachiever92 Posts: 912Registered User Member
    What are you interested in that doesn't involve math and science, major-wise?
  • VGAddict02VGAddict02 Posts: 12Registered User New Member
    I like writing, but I'm not sure I want to make a career out of it.

    I can't think of anything else I'm good at that I could turn into a job, though.
  • aegrisomniaaegrisomnia Posts: 1,025Registered User Senior Member
    What about something like journalism or technical writing? Sort of a soft "information sytstems" or "web design" program could work out, too, since these probably won't require a lot of math (if any).

    That said, getting a 4-year degree from anywhere might be tough if you aren't certified in basic algebra. Maybe universities will cut you some slack due to your injury?
  • VGAddict02VGAddict02 Posts: 12Registered User New Member
    Now that I think about it, I can remember bits and pieces of algebra, and I remember some of the formulas.

    What do you mean basic algebra?
  • overachiever92overachiever92 Posts: 912Registered User Member
    You should probably consult with a professional familiar with your condition and see what other people have done in your situation.
  • VGAddict02VGAddict02 Posts: 12Registered User New Member
    Well, my local community college has a tutoring program. Guess I could do that
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