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So in summary, I have a weak foundation in algebra 1 and I’m taking geometry right now doing circle conjectures and proving them, and I feel like most of the previous geometry topics haven’t stuck well, and while I did very well on the tests, If I went back to them right now I couldn’t do almost any of it. That being said, while I still don’t know what I want to do later and life and people obviously change a lot, I definitely want to end up taking Calculus so going into college, the computer science path will still be open, because I greatly enjoy coding / problem solving. Obviously if I end up taking computer science there are a few challenging math classes that I will have to take and I’m just wondering, what should I do?

I think if I want to have any chance of doing well in calculus and beyond that, I need to have a stronger foundation. that being said, I don’t really know how to go about doing that, I enjoy math when I can understand it but when I can’t it quickly becomes stressful.

Any an all input, suggestions, and criticisms are welcome.
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