anna3101 Posted November 8, 2015 Report Share Posted November 8, 2015 There is a stereotype (at least, it definitely exists in my country) that humanities (languages, literature, history) and sciences (maths, physics, chemistry) are mutually exclusive: if a person is good at one, he/she is bad at the other.What do you think about that?Of course, it's just a generalization and everyone knows people who are talented in many various areas. What's more, the part of the brain responsible for languages is also responsible for logic and mathematics.Still, I think there's no smoke without a fire. Unfortunately, I fit into this stereotype perfectly - maths had been my numer 1 school nightmare, and I could never understand physics, however hard I tried.What about you? lushlala 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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