I do love Maths (although in the US we refer to it as Math). It’s my best academic subject. Whenever I re-enroll so that I can finally finish my Bachelor’s Degree, I plan to change my major back to Mathematics.
I work in Information Technology, and the university where I work has a “Computation option” for the Math degree (and I’ve already completed the requirements for a Computer Science minor).
Now that I know that I have ADHD, and I’m getting treatment for it, I think I’ll finally be able to finish the degree. Changing majors to my best subject will help me finish stronger.
I think that the reason I’m so good at Math is because it seems like I’m playing with puzzles, so it’s fun for my brain. Statistics is not so easy for me (I haven’t figured out why that is yet), and I will have to complete a statistics course.
I’ve been through five majors, totaling about 8 years of undergraduate studies, and still haven’t finished a degree. My majors were: Aerospace Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Architecture, Mathematics, and Computer Engineering.
While I love the idea of engineering and computer programming, I’m not as adept at either as I had hoped. I’m good at working with operating systems and software, and I have a fairly good understanding of data and databases, so now I work as an Application Administrator (a systems administrator for a web application).