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i’m was not meant to said that i managed to get good grades for my in discrete math and calculus. I was meant to say that will i survive discrete math and calculus even if i work hard i mean sometimes this type of math is not for everyone but i really want to pursue this degree

Im sure everyone had a experience with calculus in SPM and STPM right? correct me if i’m wrong. I don’t take SPM btw i took diploma vokasional malaysia (DVM)

sure i learnt math back in my diploma years but i don’t think my math level in diploma is near as SPM or STPM which makes me curious if i able to take Computer Science

Btw i’m interested in CS software engineering as it’s more easier than other CS (AI,DS,GD,Cybersecurity) i think?

what do you think?

Below are my personal opinion, take it with a grain of salt

All of the major are difficult in their own perspective, but math subjects are compulsory for all IT degree courses, you cannot avoid studying it.

i remember correctly most subject for all IT degree student are same in year 1 and maybe first half of year 2

my idea is that if your taking IT as your degree, the university made math a compulsory subject in 1st year for very obvious reason,

**because you will need it in other related subjects in 2nd and 3rd year** I am not majoring in CS so i would not comment on that, but I never thought of learning something completely new could be

**easier**.

You have prior knowledge about math, even u don't know how to solve it, at least u know where to go to find the steps to solve the solution, just pick up from there

that won't be hard. Its going to be hard if you are clueless on 80% of the thing

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If you still think that math and its a big problem for you to survive, i would strongly oppose you to take any IT degree subject, because even you pass the math subject in year 1 and still do not have a clear concept about it, the same concept will still be used in subject for 2nd year and 3rd year subject

For me personally, its better to concentrate and study on the math question that you are not clear, worrying whether you can do it or not does not improve the situation.

Either way, i would like to say sorry in advance if i being too harsh on you.

This post has been edited by **limtenggen**: Mar 5 2021, 12:08 AM