|07-23-2008, 06:37 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2008
"unreachable" goal??? - PLEASE HELP
I'm taking a math 20 pure course in summer school right now, and I want to eventually get into math 30 pure I.B. There are two ways I can do this:
1) Take this summer school class as a prep class, taking math 20 pure I.B (a more in-depth math course) next semester and passing with a high enough mark to get in 30 I.B, (This goal is highly possible, and I will get the added benefit of learning extra things in the math 20 pure I.B class)
2) Get my mark from 42% to at least 75% in three days (its the end of the course in 3 days), and somehow manage to get in pure 30 I.B without taking the required 20 I.B class. (Logically impossible, wont have added benefit of learning extra things in 20 I.B class, will probably stress me out a lot)
I was originally going to take this class to get into math 30 pure (a course easier to get into than math 30 I.B) but then I realized that it wasn't really working for me because my teacher wasn't very good, i didn't understand, I was trying really hard and getting no results, and I felt as if taking it as an actual course would completely burn me out.
Now I'm regretting taking it as a prep class, because I feel like I'm "taking the lazy road" even if i know I'm not, because doing 20 IB next semester will actually give me more knowledge, and I will understand math better in the end. But at the same time, it would be really cool to get in 30 pure IB next semester and not worry about that extra math 20 course to do, but thats logically not possible and I wont learn extra things from math 20 I.B (if i get 100% on all the next things i do, I will finish this course with an average of 70%, and if they were to actually let me go from 20 pure to 30 IB, which is in itself unlikely, I would need to finish my course with AT LEAST 75% as an average, probably 80%, which as I said, is mathematically impossible.)
Can I "attract" my way into getting into math 30 for the next semester, or that be a dumb thing to try to achieve?
|07-23-2008, 08:26 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Being a foreigner, I have problems understanding all these subtleties about your math courses. But having studied mathematics myself, I am *very* suspicious about things that are "mathematically impossible" . (Provided they are *really* mathematically impossible and not only 'improbable'!)
I suggest that you form an intention like: "By the end of next week or before I will have an inspiration that shows me what path is best for me. When the inspiration comes, I will have a feeling of intense joy and absolute *certainty* that it is the best way for me." Choose your own words, something along those lines perhaps.
|07-26-2008, 07:20 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2008
You can only go so far as you allow yourself to go. That said, you can't just sit back and do nothing. You must put in the mental and physical effort to attain what you want without getting stuck on "Must Have, NOW."
And your goals are nothing near as "unreachable" as mine, yet I KNOW I will achieve them. I have no freaking clue -how- exactly, but I'm not too worried about that part.
If my desire is strong enough and my efforts are backing it up, that's all I need.
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