Q&A: Is it true that some people are just naturally good at History and Social sciences but bad at math?

Question by : Is it true that some people are just naturally good at History and Social sciences but bad at math?
And physics and such?

I notice that in a lot of reading type classes like English, History, and Psychology I tend to make A’s but I am a B student in math and science in so many cases. I mean is there anything you can do about it?

I hate that I am good at History because it is a useless degree and useless overall. I want to be more math and science minded, is there anyway I can force my brain to be like that?

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I guess so…I tend to FAIL In history and social sciences except philosophy if it is considered as a Social science…but do good in maths/physics and chemistry…

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  1. cb said,

    Wrote on August 20, 2012 @ 3:38 am

    Yeah :) I was like that at school. Got an A for history and languages in my final year and like a D for maths and science. I just could not do physics or geometry…I couldn’t “visualize” the sums in my head like the people who are good at maths and science, I couldn’t visualize how forces work in physics, and trigonometry left me clueless.

  2. kodette1026 said,

    Wrote on August 20, 2012 @ 3:47 am

    you could study more

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