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I m poor in maths but average in physics nd chemistry.i wnt to take
maths bt it is harder.i m confused
Dear aspirantNice of you to post your query at CareerGuide.com.We help you choose the right career.If you see yourself poor in maths, then it is always better to pursue a career which is outside the scope of mathematics. Average in physics and chemistry also same thing.But let me remind you, you have just reached 10th standard. Your intellect has started functioning flawlessly now. I should ask you to ask yourself . Is this your potential? Can't you score more in maths, physics and chemistry if prepare well? Every boy at your age has some sort of societal and circumstantial compulsions so they perform somewhat bad in their 10th exams, but they improve multifold later. I think that may be your case. To perform maximum as per your ability, you need to be serious and passionate about life, career and future. Once you become serious about these three, you start functioning and perform well.I advice you to take a career aptitude test so that you shall be able to understand your attitude and skills (aptitude) well. Once understood, you can choose your future plans of education and career.Good luck.
Hello My Dear,
The word confused is very common among students and therefore I would not like you to become worried. You are among the common students and do not feel as if you are experiencing something out of the world. I am happy that you decided to approach CareerGuide at the right time for getting guidance to your career confusion.
Choosing a stream after SSC is not that simple and this is where expert opinion is required, however apart from expert opinion, you also need to think within your own self what you feel.
Before deciding to choose a stream I would want you to really ask yourself that are you really afraid of maths or are you avoid maths due to fear or are you not practicing enough to get a good command over maths? Answering these questions by sitting calmly at a place and looking within your own self and mind, will give you an indication of why there is a dilemma that has arises in your mind.
If you are not concentrating and taking effort towards maths even though it is manageable, then you should focus and concentrate on it and join the science stream after SSC.
If you are really feel honestly that you are afraid about maths, then you may join Commerce however in commerce field there is also a requirement of knowing maths but that maths is not complicated like it is in the science stream.
If you don't want this much maths also, then you may choose Arts field after your SSC.What I want to tell you is find out the reason why you don't like maths and based on my advice above, decided which stream to go for.
Best Luck My Dear.
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