May 022013
 

Question by Blue: Why is it that I am left brained and good at math and history but bad at sciences?
I am left brained but whenever I take a science class like physics, chemistry and programming, I have difficulties regardless of effort and am only good at Math, History, Geography, and English. The question is why is it that I am left brained and good at math and history but bad at sciences

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Answer by Carlos
You can’t relate sides to the brain to specific school subjects or any subjects for that matter as the brain does not register information in the form of subjects but as knowledge as a whole therefore if your bad at science and good at other subjects it’s not because of you being left brained it’s just lack of interest or difficulty in understanding that specific topic.

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  2 Responses to “Why is it that I am left brained and good at math and history but bad at sciences?”

  1. I don’t know how you know how “brained” you are?

    Usually people are good at writing and memorizing subjects such as History, Geography and English and other things such as law where you don’t need to use numbers at all

    You say that you are good at math. That is a number subject. So is science. I am bad at both math and science.

    Since I am bad at both math and science of those I chose career in criminal justice with plans to become a lawyer. A lawyer is a real long career but no math and science

  2. If u r a school student then concentrate to improve in science because science education in schools

    are must.If u have to go to 11th then u can select accounts group and u can do MBA.

    If u r a college student then try to avoid taking science as electives.

    If u r going to job then concentrate in ur job and don’t worry about the subjects.

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