This quarter, I’ve finally moved onto Algebra II, but the first few lessons are just reviews of the past lessons in Algebra I. I haven’t moved onto more difficult topics yet, but I’m excited to challenge and push myself even further in Math.

This quarter, I’ve finally moved onto Algebra II, but the first few lessons are just reviews of the past lessons in Algebra I. I haven’t moved onto more difficult topics yet, but I’m excited to challenge and push myself even further in Math.

Being a Grade 9 student, each subject gets more difficult each day as I learn something new or review something I’ve learned before. A particular subject used to take me an hour to finish a lesson or two. Now, it takes me an hour to finish half a lesson or if I’m lucky, a whole lesson. That subject is Math. Math lessons or problems get longer and get more difficult to solve as I move forward with the textbook. Aside from it being time-consuming, I enjoy it either way. I do my best to enjoy it because I know it would definitely help me in the future.

The quizzes I answered are on the next page.

This quarter, I didn’t answer as much as before because the lessons are becoming more difficult to understand and are starting to get longer. In all honestly, I was only able to finish six lessons this quarter due to the fact that I’m beginning to have a difficult time in Math. What I decided to do is to pick out five problems that I’ve learned how to solve in the six lessons and answer them. Really out of the box, right? I wasn’t able to finish my requirements for Math in one school year which means that I have to study during summer, but I truly enjoy the subject. It may challenge me, but I know that it’s needed in the future!

Throughout 2nd and 3rd quarters, I’ve learned things I thought I’d never understand. I’m not one of those people who absolutely hate Math. I have a love-hate relationship with this particular subject, but hey! It’s needed in the real world. I’m not bothered with how difficult the lessons are because I know that I would definitely use them in the future. I’ve been having a hard time catching up with Math nowadays, but I’m enjoying it so far! [The picture above shows a part of what I’ve learned this year.]

These are just some of the exercises I had to do for Pre-Algebra. Most of my friends say that pre-algebra and algebra are really difficult, but I’m currently having fun! This is just basic Pre-Algebra, so it will definitely get more difficult once I level up to Algebra. I’ll just try to have as much fun as I can in my school years even if it’s very stressful.