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I am a good person also I am great at math #math #college #education

Thank you comment icon I think you could possibly go and try anything you would like: math is a good field of study to apply on many other field of studies. I barely doubt that you would be great at anything if you are good at math, especially the STEM related subjects because those are strongly based on math. N/A

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Kimberly’s Answer

Hi Violet, I would suggest narrowing down what you would like to do with your math skills. Do you want to teach, work with computers, do design/creative work? It's not always clear what you might be interested in but narrowing it down can help you choose what path to take as far as education goes. Start looking into different programs at your local college. It's never a bad idea to start at a community college either until you figure out what you might want to do. Math is used in many aspects of our lives so don't limit yourself to just teaching (unless you think you would be interested in that).

Kimberly recommends the following next steps:

Look into degrees/programs at your local college to get an idea of what you might be interested in
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Paul’s Answer

I would suggest that you start taking as many math classes as possible until you can figure out which direction you want to go in your career. Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Geometry, etc. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) is the future and there are many programs looking for students just like you. Start at your high school to see if there are any clubs or organizations that you could get involved in.
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David’s Answer

Could you be more specific?

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I would suggest that you start taking as many math classes as possible until you can figure out which direction you want to go in your career. Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Geometry, etc. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) is the future and there are many programs looking for students just like you. Start at your high school to see if there are any clubs or organizations that you could get involved in.
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Brian’s Answer

Make sure you stay focused and complete the core courses, taking as many advanced course as you can. This will give you a strong base from which to jump forward.

Then, broaden your horizons, exploring different areas to see what appeals to you.
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