anonymous asked:

Ok, this may sound like whining or really silly, but I need motivation. I dislike calculus with a passion. I hope to be a doctor (a neurologist maybe?) someday. Does calculus help you as a med student and later as an MD? How? I've been researching what you need to apply for med school (I'm 17) and calculus is recommended (but you'll know that gah I sound so stupid.)

Nope. Calculus is essentially useless once you’ve finished the actual calculus class and physics. Calculus is recommended and it probably will make your physics classes easier if you take it, but don’t worry about retaining it unless you plan on being an engineer or something. Doctors don’t use it one bit. 

Doing Pre-Calc on my bed today because it’s comfy & I’m so tired aha! I had a good day with ACT prep, English, and even P.E. I hope everyone is having a lovely day 😘. After this is studying and prepping for an essay and an article. Also, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder is back 🙌.
P.S I stupidly failed this class last year because of my laziness (don’t be like me please) but this year I actually understand it more? Maybe I’m just strong at Trig 🙆💃.