I've always been really good with math. In middle school, math got boring because they were reteaching us what we had learned the previous year. I complained enough to my mom that she talked to the school and I skipped a year. Then, as a junior in high school, I took the highest level math class that was offered (Ap Calculus) and opted to take the Calculus 'BC' AP test (covers Calculus 1 and 2) at the end of the year. I completely forgot that I chose this option and only studied a week for the Calculus 2 part. I got a 5 (best score you can get) on both parts. Then, because there was no more math classes for me to take, I did PSEO (go to college early) as a senior in high school. That year I took Physics 1 and 2 and took Calculus 3. Then, when I went to college and signed up for Calculus 4, my math professor sent me an email before school started asking if I was sure I was in the right class. I went into Computer Science and stopped needing math classes, so I stopped taking them, but since I have extra time before I graduate, I'm going to get a math minor for fun.

(Sorry, I like never get to brag so I wanted to go all out

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