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Teaching myself math. Help!

katherine134455katherine134455 6 replies2 threads New Member
edited August 2018 in College Confidential Cafe
Hi I’m at a community college currently majoring in computer science (haven’t taken a class yet since school just started) but i have a problem, I’m bad at math. I really believe in myself and i know the reason i’m so bad is because i didn’t study or pay attention in middle school and high school. Does anyone have any experience with teaching themselves math from a VERY basic level to pre-calculus? Please help me i’m so stressed.
edited August 2018
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  • yucca10yucca10 1423 replies40 threads Senior Member
    I don't think teaching yourself is a good idea at this point. Best case scenario, it will take a very long time. A private tutor if you can afford them would be best, or you may be able to get help through your college.
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  • zannahzannah 1081 replies12 threads Senior Member
    Surely there are math classes at your cc that are organized by skill levels that you could attend. Tuition for appropriate math classes will be more cost effective and efficient than self study or tutoring.
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