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      Anastasia Valentina commented  · 

      Yes, definitely! My friend has discussed this with me quite a lot. We both suspect that the majority of people who think they are "bad at maths" actually just lack experience and self-confidence, especially young women. Most are just put off by bad teaching. A metric would be helpful, but as Anonymous said, those of us outside the US have not done the SAT. And also what does it mean to be good at maths? Is it enough to just be able to handle number-crunching and computational stuff, or is a strong command of the theory also necessary? Obviously this would vary for different jobs, but some clarification would be helpful.

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