How have I grown this year?
This year I have learned that peer work and asking for help is essential for me to be as successful as I want to be in math this year. In past years in math I have been someone that has been able to carry myself through work, and not need much help at all. I have grown so much this year, because I had to realize that I am not going to succeed in the difficulty level my junior math class was in all year, if I don't ask for help from my peers. I now know that the support system within my peers is strong, which will benefit me greatly, as I move on to senior math.
What math class am I taking next year? Why?
This junior year in math, I did great in my eyes, because I put in time after school to work on math and it shows in my grades. I have a choice next year to join calculus or pre-calculus, and I am going to join pre-calculus because I know in my route to college and my future career, I am not going to need to be able to perform calculus. Overall, higher mathematics isn't needed for my career path, also I am not going to need it in college.
How do you plan on being successful next year in math? As a senior?
I plan on asking for help when I need it, because I know that next year I am going to be treated as if I am in a college class for math. I will not hesitate to ask for help at all anymore, and I will put in lots of amounts of time outside of class, in study groups to understand everything. I am not going to mess around at all with my math learning next year, I am going to take next year very serious because I am extremely motivated to be ready for college math.