This took students who were in the gifted program to attend a college for six weeks.To qualify for the opportunity to go to the college, I had to take the ACT and make 15 or higher. During my stay at Appalachian State University, I took a Mathematical Concept course with 10 other students. It is my favorite because I never have difficulty with it and always get good marks in tests.
We can know about different movements, revolutions and wars in the olden days by studying history.
The Ramayana and the Mahabharata are two great epics of our country.
Math has taught me that it is my strongest subject.
Math has also taught me that I can lead in groups and help others with his or her problems. At a young age, my mother would buy me Reader Rabbit CDs—which were educational activities to play with on a computer.
I find this subject very interesting because it helps me to know about the rich past of my country.
The information in our history book about the ancient coins and inscriptions helps us to know about our early civilizations - Harappa and Mohenjadaro.
Being great in math also showed me that I have good leadership skills.
For instance, in my Pre-Calculus class, my teacher arranges our desk into groups of four on a regular basis to solve problems. I have noticed that I tend to lead these assignments.
That experience helped me to grow in Math and broaden my knowledge even more.
Since then, I have been one grade ahead of my graduating class in math.