Watch and Learn
Professors Noah Smith and Miles Kimball say that, barring extreme cases, there's no such thing as a magic good-at-math gene.
If you do not see the video, please click on the link to view it in a new window or tab (you will leave this page):Experts Say Math Skills Aren't Genetic, They're Hard Work
Top Tips for Help with Math
There are many reasons why people study mathematics and they gain a range of different benefits from doing so. For some, it provides a means of achieving greater understanding and insight into the physical world around them. For others, it is the social world of people and their concerns that is most in focus and of greatest interest. For some, doing mathematics is about sharing in an age-old human activity.
Enhance your Learning
Using the fundamentals of set theory, explore the mind-bending concept of the "infinity of infinities" -- and how it led mathematicians to conclude that math itself contains unanswerable questions.
Enhance your Wellness
Knowing when you could use some extra help demonstrates self-awareness and maturity. Seeking support is courageous! Learning about and paying attention to our mental health is as important as for our physical health. Learn more about mental health and signs of mental illness here: http://www.heretohelp.bc.ca/.
For more wellness resources, see https://services.viu.ca/counselling/health-wellness-resources.