School was quite a few years before I was diagnosed with epilepsy but I didn't do well with English, and French/German were definitely the hardest subjects for me. No lust for them and got frustrated cos they didn't come easy to me. Nowadays though I love reading and I spend some of my spare time writing short stories. I also live in germany now but learning the language is proving very difficult
I developed E as a freshman and because I had so many TC’s I was either unconscious or post ictal which guaranteed me failing grades (if lucky) usually got incompletes. I quit school in the 10 grade. Much later I took some correspondence courses which I could do at my own pace which was exceedingly slow. Math was the worst.
My son is on honor roll. But math is where he struggles the most.It is so wierd that he takes Depakot sprinkles and topiramate. and has a picture memory. His self esteem has exhausted me. It has gone so up he thinks hes always right. Help. lol
I was okay with math until we hit algebra and geometry. I didn't have anything to blame it on. But my best friend was math awesome and I was always an A+ student in grammar, spelling, English and foreign language. We tutored each other all the time.
My worst subjects in school were math and Social Studies. I never could grasp how the US Government works and I never was very good with US History, either.
Math in High school was ok, but I failed the math college entrance exam and had to start from Math 099. Being a computer science major, which involved a lot of advanced math classes, that kept me a bit behind, trying to catch up. I had to take Statistics 310 3 times before I passed. Ack.
Sport. If that counts.
If I had known I was longsighted back then perhaps I wouldn't feel so dumb when the ball hit me in the face every time. XD
I hated Maths, but somehow got good grades. I don't know my times tables and I forget nearly everything, so how the heck I got an A I'll never know!
My worst subject was Science. I think because I can't understand spoken instructions and it was ALL spoken instructions. I need to write things down to learn.
My first F was in Science, though ironically it wasn't my fault. The teacher just hated me because I told him he couldn't spell. (I'm sure planets is not spelled PLANTS)
On the bright side, he also fell for the Uranus jokes every time!