I was determined to pass these classes. I organized study groups, read textbooks, and generally practiced more. I worked so hard that I eventually tutored my classmates in the subject that I was once struggling in, and the extraordinary amount of hours put into passing materialized on the final exam.
I nearly got a perfect score on my Combinatorics exam- raising my overall grade from a D+ to a solid B. Since I passed, I had BARELY enough units to pursue a minor in Statistics.
Now, I am working with smart students who are scared of failing Calculus.
My students are good with math, but they’re struggling for the first time. Perhaps they had a gap year and their Algebra skills have rusted. Or their school is known to be overtly rigorous, and students aren't given the time nor resources to pass the class.
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Consider Jack, who started with a D in the first month of Calculus. He ended up passing the AP Calculus exam and gained college credit. You can read his mom's review here: