VISITOR: Yes please. I'm in college. They've allowed me to put off taking math classes for now, but only until next year or the summer. Due to my inability to successfully pass a math class. I have not taken a math class since my first semester of my senior year in high school (I'd tell you how long it's been, except that naturally, I'd take me a while to figure out and I'd rather not if your don't mind. I'm a 2nd semester freshman in college now if that helps), so what little math I was retaining has gone completely. An advisor here suggested I use my ADHD accommodations to get me out of math permanently, but I don't want to do that. Not knowing math would cripple my future options and hinder any career I wanted to pursue. Are there any workbooks or programs I can use to learn math before I need to take a class?

DYSCALCULIA.ORG: Yes! Look at all of these resources: http://www.dyscalculia.org/math-ld-books/math-tools/math-tools

## Tuesday, January 25, 2011

### I don't want to avoid math, but I can't retain it!

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