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#67 - Bacabed (12/10/2013) [-]
"It's not my strong subject" is the response most people would give. A lot of people seem to think that no matter how hard you try, if a subject isn't your forte then it just will never click. I'm somewhat guilty of this myself: bombed out of pre-med because I just never went to class, didn't do anything at all really. Came back, now I'm pre-law with a 4.0 and everyone just says "Oh well medicine just wasn't for you, you just don't like science that much" but that's bullshit, I just didn't give a fuck in school before.
TL;DR everyone thinks that just because they've put in the effort they decided was enough and then failing means they have an excuse to do poorly
#163 - anonymous poster (12/10/2013) [-]
But there are times where it seriously isn't a person's "strong subject"
Yes you are right in one side of the spectrum,
But on the other side, things are just not easily understandable. Not gonna point fingers and say blame the teacher, profession, college/school, mommy and daddy, that duck across the street, or whatever..
But to some, looking at the material in a subject can be like reading an entirely different language (if you weren't reading a different language before)
Memorizing and learning something can be achieved by effort, but the same can't be said for applying it to a situation.
#175 - Bacabed (12/10/2013) [-]
While I do agree that sometimes it really isn't somebody's strong subject, I feel that people rely too much on that excuse. If you're not good with a subject either try to avoid it at all costs (that means if biology is rough for you then give up your dreams of becoming a doctor) or work your ass off to get better at it, maybe even take a different route to study the subject matter.
Basically I think that people say they aren't strong with something to excuse themselves from trying. If you actually care about getting better then you will, it may take a lot of time and a lot of hard work but, if it's worth it to you, it will be doable. Then again I also hate people using the excuse that they're just naturally not able to do something to justify not doing it.
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